Sarah Harding has signed up as a judge on new Sky 1 show Don't Stop Me Now, which aims to fill the gap in the market for a primetime light entertainment TV talent show.
The Dating In The Dark host will join a 'showbiz' panel which includes Freddie Flintoff, Chris Moyles and Louie Spence.
Contestants can be stopped at any point throughout their audition and will compete for a £35,000 (?!) cash prize.
Adding some much-needed humiliation to the TV talent format, Don't Stop Me Now hopefuls who fail to pass muster will apparently be propelled from the stage on a bungee rope or fall to their doom via a trap door. Well done everyone.