Stephen Mulhern will host a new-look National Lottery show.
The 41-year-old TV presenter will kick off the reboot on ITV in a 90-second window during the first ad break of this Saturday's (14.04.18) 'Britain's Got Talent' at 8.15pm, and he is "hugely excited" about hosting the show.
He said: "The National Lottery is an iconic institution and I'm hugely excited to be part of its return to primetime Saturday night TV.
"When you think about The National Lottery you think of people winning life-changing prizes.
"But sometimes you forget that players raise around £30 million every week for Good Causes across the UK.
"I feel privileged to be bringing those lucky numbers to the nation but also being able to show players how the money they've helped raise has made a difference to communities across the UK."
Stephen is expected to reveal the important Lotto results to the nation in the show, which he said is "unbelievable".
In a teaser clip posted on the official National Lottery Twitter account, he said: "It is unbelievable. I can't tell you any more I'm afraid, but all will be revealed in the first ad break of 'Britain's Got Talent' this Saturday on ITV."
'The National Lottery Live', which went on to be called 'The National Lottery Draws', launched in November 1994 on BBC One and was broadcast on Saturday nights before expanding to Wednesday and Friday nights.
In 2013, the show reverted back to just Saturday nights on the channel until December 2016, and in January 2017 it moved onto BBC iPlayer.
But in April 2017 those shows were dropped and the results were broadcast on the official National Lottery website and their YouTube channel.