The television presenter and her co-star Tess Daly, 50, will introduce a new batch of celebrities into the glitzy world ballroom dancing on the first show of the series.
The cast of 2019 includes Olympic rower James Cracknell, 47, TV broadcaster Anneka Rice, 60, and YouTube star Saffron Barker, 19.
New judge Motsi Mabuse will make her eagerly-awaited debut this weekend while the celebrities will be paired with their professional dance partners.
Claudia joined the popular BBC One ballroom dancing show seven years ago after working on the spinoff programme Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two since its launch in 2004.
She is known for her funny skits on the show as well as her famous fringe and quirky sense of style.
The mother-of-three is, as expected, a fan of glitz and glamour and is often seen on the red carpet in shimmery outfits adorned with sparkles and sequins.
She also loves to have fun with fashion and is not afraid to make a bold statement with her clothing choices.
For this year’s launch, for example, Claudia teamed a red sequinned trouser suit with vibrant pink pumps.
She is also a fan of animal print and opted for a stripy jumper emblazoned with a picture of a tiger on the front for a food and drink awards ceremony back in 2017.
Take a look at Strictly star Claudia Winkleman’s quirky outfits.