The 57-year-old professional dancer replaced head judge Len Goodman, 73, at the beginning of the 2017 cycle, taking her place alongside Craig Revel Horwood, 52, Darcey Bussell, 48, and Bruno Tonioli, 61.
Whilst her sharp eye for technical detail and constructive criticism has proved popular with Strictly Come Dancing fans, Shirley has now admitted that she struggles to think about returning for a second series at this point.
Asked about whether she knew if she would be coming back, the Queen of Latin told press including Express.co.uk: "Not yet."
Shirley Ballas has admitted she's unsure of her future on Strictly Come Dancing
Shirley stunned at the Pride of Britain Awards last night
Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas
Tue, October 31, 2017
Shirley Ballas is the new head judge for the 2017 series of Strictly Come Dancing, replacing Len Goodman.
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Pausing, she added: "Let's just get through this one first!"
Shirley insisted that she was enjoying being a judge so far, saying: "I will just take one day at a time."
The brunette beauty spoke out about her role on the much-loved BBC dance programme on the red carpet at the Pride Of Britain Awards last night, where she turned heads in a sensational cornflower blue gown.
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The Strictly judge flaunted her cleavage in a plunging cornflower blue gown
Flaunting her trim curves in the show-stopping floor-length number, Shirley flashed her ample cleavage in the low-cut neckline.
The frock showed off her slender waist as she beamed for photographers, wearing ghee chocolate tresses swept into a sleek half-up 'do.
Dripping in jewels, the Strictly star added a glittering pendant and earrings, matching her polished make-up look with outfit by adding a touch of shimmering, blue eyeshadow.
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday at 6.50pm on BBC One.