Holly Willoughby has landed a starring role in a new show hosted by Bradley Walsh.
The "This Morning" presenter will appear on upcoming ITV programme "Bradley Walsh's Late Night Guestlist", and her husband, Dan Baldwin, will take on the role as executive producer.
Dan - who is managing director of Hungry Bear Media - said: "We are really excited to be teaming up with Brad again.
"After the huge success of "Breaking Dad" on ITV, we are going to emulate that with this brilliant entertainment show.
"You will see Brad at his very best, entertaining huge A-list stars and the audience, both at home and in the studio."
The upcoming one-off will see high-profile guests join the "Doctor Who" actor alongside a studio audience.
Holly and Piers Morgan are confirmed to appear on the show along with Emma Bunton, who will be performing a duet with her husband and fellow singer Jade Jones.
Bradley said he is "excited" about chatting to the stars throwing in some "fantastic music" and "funny games" for even more entertainment.
He said: "I'm so excited to be filming this TV special.
"On my guestlist are going to be some big stars, with some fantastic music, funny games and at the heart of it, the great British public, who will hopefully get to win some truly amazing prizes."
"The Chase" host has been in talks with ITV bosses about making a "tougher" second series of "Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad".
TV executives are hoping to make another season of the travel documentary - which follows the 58-year-old actor and his 21-year-old son Barney on the road together across America - even more "extreme" and gruelling in a bid to trump the first series.
An insider previously said: "It's got a great feel about it (the show) and they would love to see him take on even tougher and more extreme challenges in a new series."