Rylan Clark-Neal is set to front a new game show.
The 28-year-old presenter has only just finished filming 'Big Brother's Bit on the Side' but he won't have much time to rest as he has just signed up to host 'The Wave' - a new 10-part series predicted to be the most dangerous show on TV - in November.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, the 28-year-old star said: "It's sunny, it's sexy and it's funny. What more could you want?
"I can't wait to work with an amazing team, playing a really fun game and can't wait to meet our brave contestants who are going to be taking on 'The Wave'."
The programme will see pairs work together in order to walk away with a cash prize but the challenge won't be easy as one person will be required to stay on dry land answering questions while the other swims to pontoons moored further in the ocean.
But, in a shocking twist, if the dry competitor manages to answer the question correctly, they win money, but if they fail, the swimmer will be forced to carry rocks.
And the tough challenge doesn't stop there as the pair also have the added pressure of making it back to shore in time otherwise they lose the cash they've earnt.
A source said: "Swimming out in open sea is tough enough as it is. But a bag full of rocks could really end in tears for those taking part.
"Show bosses will be watching nervously, hoping contestants don't get in too much bother before the safety boat intervenes."
Further details about the show are expected to be announced soon.