From Shirley Ballas to Motsi Mabuse, members of the Strictly Come Dancing family have weighed in on the future of the show in 2020, given the constrains placed on the entertainment industry by the coronavirus pandemic.
Previously, the BBC's director of content Charlotte Moore said the show would need to "change", and discussed the possibility of eliminating studio audiences in order to cut down the number of people in proximity with cast and crew.
Moore said that finding a way to have Strictly on screens this autumn remains "one of our big priorities", but added: "I think inevitably things are going to change."
Since then, much of the talk around Strictly's possible new format has been focused on the idea that dancers would need to isolate together, away from their respective families, in order to take part in the show.
Beloved Strictly pro, Anton Du Beke, has commented on that proposed change, admitting that it would be "difficult."
Anton spoke about the challenge in an interview with HELLO! alongside his wife, Hannah, and their three-year-old twins, George and Henrietta.
"Potentially we will end up in a hotel for a couple of weeks or a month. That's what has been spoken about and has been provisionally pencilled in. Everything else is contingencies but we're waiting for instructions and the situation is massively fluid at the moment so we will see what happens," he said.
"It will be lovely to be with my Strictly family - they are terrific and I love them all - but being without Hannah and the children will be difficult, especially after having all this time together. I'm hoping we're not going to have to do it but we will wait and see."
While Strictly's future isn't totally clear currently, here's what we do know about how the upcoming series might look.
Strictly Come Dancing is set to air later this year on BBC One.
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