Olly Murs says his new ITV show "Happy Hour" is "crazy and hilarious".
The "Dance With Me Tonight" hitmaker - who will be joining forces with "The Chase" host Bradley Walsh to film the commissioned special - has revealed that his one-off show will have a "Saturday Night Takeaway" vibe, and could turn into a series but fans will have to "wait and see".
Speaking on The Sun's Bizarre column, Olly said: "It's like "Saturday Night Takeaway" meets "TFI Friday". It's fun but crazy, in a pub environment.
"I've got some really amazing special guests - Sir Tom Jones, Emma Willis and Rochelle Humes. It's f**king hilarious. And obviously with me and Bradley hosting it."
In the exclusive one-hour special, Olly, 34, will host the show in his local boozer with a star-studded line-up of guests, and will be performing a medley of his biggest hits in his hometown of Essex.
He added: "We know how to throw a proper party back in Essex so I'm looking forward to welcoming everyone into my world to join me and my family for what will be a fun night in/night out for all. I can't wait!"
The Creative Director for ITV Studios, Katie Rawcliffe, commented: "Olly is a firm favourite here at ITV. From when he won everyone's hearts on X Factor to now being one of our fantastic superstar coaches on The Voice UK.
"We're so pleased to be producing this show with Olly that will be filled with music and laughter."
"Happy Hour With Olly Murs" will be shown later this year on ITV.