Strictly Come Dancing's future may be hanging in the balance for the moment but one of the show's professionals, Katya Jones, is occupy herself through becoming an NHS volunteer.
The dancer has signed up to be an NHS Volunteer Responder, although has shared that there "hasn't been anything going on" in the small town where she lives.
She told Fubar Radio: "Today the alarm went off on my phone and I’m like, ‘what’s going on? I don’t know what to do!’ It was one of the patients.
"An elderly couple needed their medicine picking up from the pharmacy and taking to them and I was buzzing!”
It comes as it is still unclear whether the popular BBC competition will still be able to go ahead amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The show typically kicks off at the beginning of September, with the stars beginning their rehearsals in the summer.
Judge Craig Revel Horwood has said the programme's team are "really gunning" to get the show on screens, but that if it weren't able to take place in its traditionally form "something else" would take its place.
Jones also divulged that she hasn't been doing too much of her day job while in lockdown. She revealed: "I swear, I did one class, I led one class, and that’s it. I’ve not danced at all!”
The 2017 Strictly champion split from her colleague and husband Neil Jones last August, although the pair have said they remain friends.
The previous year, Jones had been pictured kissing her then-dance partner Seann Walsh who went on to jibe about Neil's sexuality. He's recently opened up on the matter, denying speculation that he is gay.