Cheryl Tweedy will perform on "The Greatest Dancer".
Cheryl, 35, has revealed that she and her fellow judges Oti Mabuse and Matthew Morrison will take to the stage with their acts during the live episodes of the dance show.
Speaking on "The One Show", she said: "When we get to the live shows we're going to be dancing. I just said it. We're going to be dancing with our own contestants, so boom!"
The winner of the BBC dance show will walk away with a cash prize of £50,000 and the chance to appear on "Strictly Come Dancing" as a guest performer.
Meanwhile, "Strictly" professional dancer Oti recently urged Cheryl to compete in the show.
Oti said: "I would love to see her try. I think if she did "Strictly", people would love her and see another side that they haven't seen yet. She would be brilliant."
Despite recent reports that the pair have not hit it off on set, Oti insisted she and Cheryl have become firm friends.
She said: "We're generally getting to know each other and there's something about her that I love.
"I feel like once she lets you in she kind of takes care of you like a sister."
Cheryl also slammed reports she and Oti have not been getting along.
A representative for the star said: "It's a fabricated story - yet again trying to pit female against female on a TV show. It's a shame we haven't moved past this."
"Cheryl absolutely loves working with Oti and has a brilliant relationship with her."
Oti added: "I love Cheryl and had a great time filming "The Greatest Dancer" with her and I can't wait to see her again soon."
And a spokesperson for "The Greatest Dancer" said: "Both Cheryl and Oti have a great relationship and this comes across on screen. There is absolutely no truth to any suggestion they don't get on."