Channel Ten announced the cancellation of studio audiences amid the coronavirus pandemic on Friday.
And on Saturday, Dancing With The Stars host Grant Denyer promised there will be 'amazing performances' on Sunday's show, despite performing to an empty room.
Visibly emotional in a short clip shared to his Instagram page, the 42-year-old said the 'show will go on' and urged fans to support the celebrities by voting.
'The show will go on!' Dancing With The Stars host Grant Denyer, 42, promised 'amazing performances' in an Instagram video on Saturday, after Channel Ten cancelled studio audiences amid the coronavirus pandemic
'Hi everybody, at rehearsals for Dancing With The Stars,' Grant said from rehearsals.
'Big news this week. We've had to respond to the coronavirus and for the first time in the history of Dancing With The Stars, anywhere in the world, there will be no audience. This place will be empty.
'I will be here, the dancers will still be here, the performances will be amazing, but we need you to support our celebrities by voting for them after the show. The show will go on,' he continued.
A visibly emotional Grant told fans: 'I will be here, the dancers will still be here, the performances will be amazing, but we need you to support our celebrities by voting for them after the show'
Grant added in the post's caption that while the recent turn of events are 'strange', we need to 'get through this together'.
A spokesperson for Channel Ten told The Daily Telegraph's Confidential on Friday that the change is effective immediately.
Alongside Dancing With The Stars, The Project, Studio 10 and Australian Survivor: All Stars Reunion, will be filmed without a studio audience.
Effective immediately: On Friday, Channel Ten announced the cancellation of studio audiences