Stacey Dooley and Joe Sugg have landed themselves a TV presenting gig.
Just days after the Strictly Come Dancing final, the BBC has named the pair as hosts for a special concert later this month.
2018 Strictly Come Dancing winner Stacey and fellow finalist Joe are set to present the New Year’s Eve concert broadcasting live from London on BBC One featuring British Pop sensations Madness.
The New Year’s treat will broadcast live from Central Hall Westminster and Madness will kick things off with a selection of hits plus a unique collaboration with the Kingdom Choir. Then it will be time for the big countdown to the clock striking midnight and fireworks will fill the night sky lighting up London over the River Thames.
The action then heads back inside as Madness carry on the party with more music promising an unforgettable night of fireworks and fun on BBC One.
Broadcaster and presenter, Stacey Dooley - who won Strictly at the weekend - said: “2018 has been such a fantastic year for me, working on some hard hitting documentaries as well as Strictly, has been a real treat. Presenting with Joe Sugg at the New Year’s Eve concert with Madness is the perfect ending to such a great year!”
Vlogger Joe Sugg added: “I’m so excited to be presenting with my fellow Strictly pal Stacey Dooley at the incredible New Year’s Eve concert in London with the legendary band Madness… what a great finale to a terrific year. Bring on 2019!”
The New Year’s Eve concert will broadcast live on BBC One at 11.35 - 11.59pm, and then will switch back to the concert after the fireworks display at 12.14 - 1am.
A limited number of tickets for the event are on sale now, visit bbc.co.uk/newyearseve for further details.
Both Joe and Stacey will also be heading out on the Strictly Come Dancing tour in the new year.