If you're a fan of Peter Kay, you'll be excited to learn that he's going to make a return to showbusiness for one day only on BBC Radio 2.
However, on 2 January 2021 he'll be joining Cat Deeley for a one-off appearance on her radio show, where she'll be filling in the vacant chair left by Graham Norton.
Norton finally put down the mic after 10 years at the station yesterday (19 December), and Claudia Winkleman will take over in February. Until then a list of guest presenters such as Deeley and Nicki Chapman will be filling in during the Irishman's usual slot.
Speaking about her stint on the airwaves, 44-year-old Deeley said: "I'm thrilled to be making my Radio 2 debut on Saturday January 2.
"This time of year always fills us with love, hope and optimism, even if it looks a little different this year.
"We may not gather in the same ways or in the same places, but we are always together in our hearts."
She added: "Gather round the radio and tune in to hear me chatting to some fantastic guests and playing the best music."
Deeley, luckily enough, given the type of show that it is, says she's keen to chat with listeners again after spending a while off the radio.
She said: "I've missed casual conversations, laughing with new friends I've just met, putting the world to rights with acquaintances that brighten your day and connecting with people that don't stay strangers for long so let's start the year as we mean to go on... together."
As for Kay, he faded into the background after cancelling a tour for 'family reasons' back in 2017, appearing last for two episodes of Car Share in 2018 before announcing a special version of '(Is This The Way To) Amarillo' on The Big Night In in April.
He had been scheduled to take to the road with his Dance For Life tour this year, but we can all probably guess what put paid to that in the end.
At the time, he released a statement that said: "Obviously this is disappointing news but well and truly justified given the circumstances.
"We'll get through this, together and then we'll all have a great big dance for life. Stay safe and look after yourselves and the people around you."