JLS star Marvin Humes is reportedly ready to further his TV career after landing a co-hosting gig on The Voice.
The 28-year-old singer, who found fame on the X Factor, has been lined up to replace Reggie Yates for the third series of the BBC 1 talent show.
According to The Sun, Humes will present the singing competition alongside Emma Willis - who is taking over from Holly Willoughby - when it returns to screens in January.
"Marvin's nervous but excited," a source told the paper.
"He's got a few months to brush up on his presenting skills before the live shows, but he'll go straight into the recorded rounds very soon. Bosses reckon he and Emma will have great chemistry."
Despite the widespread speculation, a spokesperson for The Voice insisted that "it's speculation at this point - we will be confirming the full presenting line up in due course."
In August Humes gained some presenting experience when he joined forces with his wife, The Saturdays singer Rochelle to front ITV's This Morning. He also presents his own weekly mix show on Capital FM.
The Australian pop superstar, whose hits include Can't Get You Out Of My Head, will join returning coaches will.i.am and Tom Jones for the next series.
"I'm very excited to become a coach on The Voice UK," she said. "I love the concept of the show and have been an avid viewer of both series."
She added: "The search for new talent is such an important aspect of the music industry and The Voice UK gives us all a part to play in that.
"Will I be competitive? Probably more than even I imagine! Watch this space!"