STRICTLY Come Dancing returned to our screens tonight as the remaining contestants battled it out in the ballroom.
But who still in the show and who's been given the boot? Find out below...
Which Strictly contestants are still in the competition?
It feels like Strictly 2019 has only been with us for five minutes, but already, fans have had to say goodbye to some of their favourite celebs.
Here who's still in the competition:
Former Emmerdale cast member Kelvin Fletcher was a late arrival and took Jamie Laing's place after he quit.
Of the new challenge, the 35-year-old said: “It’s been the most surreal week of my life. I’m a massive fan of Strictly so it’s incredible. I’m so happy that I can be a part of it.
“But at the same time it’s quite bittersweet as I’m coming in on the back of Jamie’s injury.
“I can’t imagine going through all this excitement and then having to pull out. My thoughts are with him – he seems like a fantastic guy and I hope he’s doing OK.”
Former England and Arsenal defender, 34, has made an impressive transition from women’s football to television punditry, even managing to impress Graeme Souness on Sky Sports.
Sportswomen have an average record on Strictly, with Olympic track and field athlete Denise Lewis doing the best, coming second way back in 2004.
It was revealed on Julia Hartley-Brewer's talkRADIO breakfast show that Paralympic table tennis player Will Bayley is joining Strictly.
Will has an impressive record and is ranked world number 1 in his field.
He was also triumphant at the 2016 Summer Paralympics Games winning a gold medal.
Will was born with arthrogryposis, which affects all four of his limbs.
Countess Weymouth Emma Thynn
Emma is an English chef, model and philanthropist, who is a brand ambassador for Fiorucci.
She has also modelled for Dolce and Gabbana.
Born March, 19, 1986 the 33-year-old runs her own lifestyle website and has an online show, entitled Emma’s Kitchen.
She is married to Cawlin Thynn, the son of Alexander Thynn, 7th Marquess of Bath, and is a contributing editor of British Vogue.
Speaking about joining Strictly Come Dancing 2019 on Gaby Roslin's BBC Radio London show, she said she was relieved that the cat was finally out of the bag after months of secrecy.
Karim, 19, is a children’s TV presenter, who began his career as an actor, starring in CBBC’s fantasy series The Sparticle Mystery.
“I want the lot. The skimpiest of clothes, the widest of flares, the brightest of colours and the tallest Cuban heels a guy can find!”
BBC Breakfast's Mike Bushell has joined the 2019 Strictly Come Dancing line-up.
Speaking about taking part he said: "It feels like a weird dream. I am flying the flag for dad dancers."
He added: "I will try not to fall over. I am not underestimating the physical task.
"I feel sorry for who I am coupled up with!"
Speaking about joining the dancing show she said: "I am so excited.
"I love to dance on a night out if I have had a couple of drinks, but I can't actually dance.
"I think choreography is what I am going to struggle with. I am terrified.
"When I was at theatre school I always swerved dance classes because I was so big. It will be like therapy!"
As of April 2019, Saffron has over two million subscribers to her YouTube channel, with her videos mostly focusing on beauty, fashion, lifestyle and music.
Saffron previously formed a girlband called Born2Blush with two childhood friends, starting their own YouTube channel in 2014.
They released their debut track 24seven in March 2015 - but they broke up soon after.
The actress said: "I'm the biggest fan. Now I'm thinking have I done the right thing by saying yes?"
She has stage experience, having played lead role Roxie Hart in the musical Chicago in 2009 during her six year break from the soap.
She returned to EastEnders in 2014.
He admitted he was happy to finally be starring in something his young son can watch.
The football star played for clubs including Liverpool, West Ham and Man City over a 26 year career.
Who's left Strictly so far?
As wonderful as Strictly is, it's always sad when a celeb has to leave the competition.
Here's who's been eliminated so far...
Dev is best known for presenting on BBC Radio 1 after kicking off his career on children's TV.
Speaking about his upcoming Strictly adventure, Dev admitted that he is determined to win this year's series of the show.
He shared: "I just can’t believe I’m doing Strictly, it just doesn’t feel real yet!
"It’s going to be so much fun, but just to be clear, I’m not doing this to take part, I’m totally in it to win it!
Unfortunately he danced his last tango on October 13, 2019.
Anneka Rice - OUT
Anneka is a TV legend whose former hit show, Challenge Anneka, aired 30 years ago on the BBC.
And while producers had missed out on the opportunity to sign the 60-year-old in 2018, it was confirmed to be a done deal on Steve Wright In The Afternoon on BBC Radio 2.
She launched Challenge Anneka in 1989. It ran for five years before returning on ITV for four specials in 2006 and 2007.
Anneka, who has been in a relationship with writer Simon Bell for 14 years, has three children from two previous relationships.
Unfortunately for Anneka was booted off the competition in week three.
James Cracknell - OUT
James is a British athlete, rowing champion and double Olympic gold medallist and will probably be the most fiercely competitive contestant in the show’s history.
He was appointed OBE for "services to sport" in the 2005 New Year Honours List.
Sadly for the athlete, dancing was not his strong suit and he found himself being the first star to get the boot from the show along with his partner Luba Mushtuk.
Why did Jamie Laing quit Strictly
Jamie Laing had to pull out of Strictly Come Dancing following an injury.
The Made In Chelsea star announced on Thursday, September 5 he had injured his foot and would not be competing in the competition.
His injury was shown on the launch show on September 7.
Who is hosting Strictly Come Dancing 2019?
Also, the evening show It Takes Two will also be back.