Harry Hill is set to host a revival of TV show Stars In Their Eyes, ITV has confirmed.
The beloved talent show, most famously presented by Matthew Kelly, was a staple of Saturday night television from 1990 to 2006.
Contestants impersonated their favourite singers throughout the series, with the winner of each episode going on to compete in a grand final.
Comedian Hill said: "Imagine the smile brought to my lips when I was asked by ITV to take the reigns of this Rolls-Royce of pop-impression talent shows."
No stranger to Saturday night audiences, Hill presented comedy show Harry Hill's TV Burp from 2001 to 2012.
The series spawned the memorable catchphrase "Tonight Matthew, I'm going to be..." and remains one of Britain's most successful shows, regularly attracting 13million viewers for the live grand finals.
The late Leslie Crowther was the show's original host from 1990 to 1992 before Kelly took over for nine years. Other presenters include Cat Deeley (2003-2006) and Davina McCall for a brief stint in 2003.
Hill, who famously performed as Morrissey on a celebrity version of the show in 1999, revealed that the moment "was one of the highlights of my light entertainment career".
An airdate for Stars In Their Eyes is yet to be announced.
WHO WOULD YOU BE, ONTD?