Dermot O'Leary may have won his job back on The X Factor 2016 - but ITV has chosen to abandon his new food chat show.
Dermot teamed up with This Morning chef Gino D'Acampo for 'Friday Night at the Trattoria', a show described as a cross between TFI Friday and cookery.
Set in an Italian restaurant, it would have seen Dermot chat to celebrity guests and introduce music performances while Gino demonstrated his latest recipes.
A pilot episode was filmed in February, when the X Factor hosting gig was still up in the air.
According to the Daily Star, ITV bosses have decided not to proceed with Trattoria as a result, believing Dermot wouldn't be able to give it his all due to the Simon Cowell talent show.
"Pilot shows get filmed all the time and some never get commissioned," a source commented.
Dermot's last attempt at hosting an ITV entertainment format during his X Factor reign ended in disaster, with The Marriage Ref getting canned after one series in 2011 thanks to poor ratings and a drubbing from critics.
He is the host of new BBC One gameshow The Getaway Car, which is currently on hiatus midway though its first run - although that was filmed last year.
It was recently reported that Dermot's X Factor comeback will net him a pay packet of £1.5million.