Get ready to swing it, shake it, move it and make it on your Saturday nights - a new BBC music show starring Geri Horner is coming to BBC One.
All Together Now will debut next year, and is a six-part talent show described as a "singing contest with a twist".
Geri's role on the show will be as The Head of The 100 - The 100 are a group of music industry experts and performers from across the UK. When each contestant auditions in-front of The 100, if any of them like what they hear, they can stand up and sing with the lucky contestant. The more people standing, the higher the auditionee's score.
"I'm so excited to be part of this show, explained Geri. "It's about celebrating talent, uniting people from all walks of life, feeling good AND singing! It's a whole lot of joy standing up together on a Saturday night."
Geri certainly has the credentials for All Together Now. The former Spice Girl has 11 UK Number 1s to her name (as a soloist and as part of Spice Girls) and she held the record of most Number 1 singles ever by a British female soloist for 13 years until it was broken by Cheryl and then Jess Glynne.
All Together Now, hosted by comedian Rob Beckett, will begin in 2018.