Scarlett Moffatt has signed up for 'Celebrity Karaoke Club'.
The 29-year-old TV presenter is set to star in the new six-part series on ITV2, which will see a host of famous faces perform at a karaoke bar in a bid to retain their place on the show.
The group of celebrities will ultimately vote to send one person home at the end of each episode.
Teasing the upcoming series, ITV said: "Whether their voice is like Mariah Carey or Mariah Scarey, in this competition it's all about the love of karaoke and commanding a stage - in everything from epic solo performances to group battles."
Scarlett will be joined on 'Celebrity Karaoke Club' by the likes of Courtney Act and Baga Chipz, as well as 'Love Island's Samira Mighty and radio presenter Roman Kemp.
Other big names set to appear in the series include Joel Dommett, Melvin Odoom, Diana Vickers and Jessica Wright.
Paul Mortimer, ITV's head of digital channels and acquisitions, is excited to see the celebrities in action.
He said: "The cast of celebs will be well-known to ITV2's audience, though not necessarily for their singing!
"However, they are sure to entertain viewers with some impressive and hilarious performances this autumn, as they battle it out to be crowned the ultimate karaoke champion."
Meanwhile, Scarlett recently insisted 'Gogglebox' bosses made her look "thick as s***" with their editing skills.
The TV star rose to fame because of the Channel 4 show, but she thinks the editing created an unfair impression of her.
The presenter said: "It was actually very difficult. We used to have to watch 'Downton Abbey', but 10 minutes of it.
"Can you imagine? I've never watched 'Downton Abbey' for a full episode and they show us 10 minutes of a man bleeding from the mouth and then I'm like, 'What's going on? What's happening? Who's this?'"