Take That star Gary Barlow is set to front his own music special for ITV.
The singer will put on a special show at London’s Natural History Museum following the release of his new album Music Played By Humans.
Gary Barlow’s Night At The Museum will see Gary accompanied by an orchestra and joined by a number of amazing gusts including Michael Bublé, Jack Whitehall, Jason Donovan and Ronan Keating.
Also on the line up are Alesha Dixon, Alfie Boe, Beverley Knight, Rick Ashley and Sebastian Yatra.
Gary said: “I am so excited to host this music special.
"During a tumultuous time for the whole country, it feels amazing to be able to put on a proper night of entertainment at one of the most exciting locations in London and featuring some amazing guests and musicians.
"It’s going to be a very special evening and even though we are staying inside at the moment, let's get our glad rags on and make believe we’re heading out for the night"
Katie Rawcliffe, ITV’s Head of Entertainment Commissioning added: “We are thrilled to be working alongside the super talented Gary Barlow on what will be a wonderfully unique and exciting event giving ITV viewers the chance to sit back and enjoy some brilliant music from some of the biggest stars.”
Gary Barlow’s Night At The Museum will air on Sunday, 6 December at 9PM on ITV.
Gary's new album dropped on November 27, featuring a number of special collaborations including Beverley Knight, Ibrahim Maalouf, Avishai Cohen, Alesha Dixon and James Corden.
The record's lead single Elita dropped at the end of September, featuring Michael Bublé & Sebastián Yatra.
It's the latest project for Gary, who rose to fame as part of Take That in the 1990s.
As well as his music, Gary has appeared as a judge on The X Factor and also fronted his own talent show on BBC One, Let It Shine.
More recently, he's been working a big screen version of Take That musical The Band.