Sam Smith will perform all-new songs in a BBC One special this November

The Too Good at Goodbyes star follows in the footsteps of Adele, Michael Buble and Harry Styles.

Get ready to have your heart strings tugged this Winter, a Sam Smith special is coming to BBC One in November.

Sam Smith at the BBC will be a one-hour broadcast featuring an interview with Sam, performances of his biggest hits and songs he's never performed on TV before, all with the BBC Concert Orchestra in tow.

Fearne Cotton will host the show, following the likes of Graham Norton and Claudia Winkleman who have presented other 'at the BBC' specials in the past with Adele and Michael Buble. Harry Styles has a one-off live show coming soon too, hosted by Nick Grimshaw.

"I'm so honoured and thankful to the BBC for giving me this opportunity to showcase some of my new music from my album in this amazing, intimate setting," explained Sam. "I can't wait to sing some old songs and have a big old sing along with everyone."

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Fearne is also pretty excited to be taking part: "As I’ve adored Sam’s voice since he performed on Radio 1’s Live Lounge in 2015, I jumped at the chance to present this show. I can’t wait to see him again, watch him perform new and old tracks and chat to him about his music and life."

Sam will have no shortage of hits to perform. He's got six UK Number 1 singles under his belt, including the current chart topper Too Good at Goodbyes, his longest reigning Number 1 smash. Click here to view Sam's full UK chart history.

His upcoming second album currently doesn't have a title or release date, but is scheduled for later this year. His debut album In The Lonely Hour will be a tough act to follow - with six different reigns at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart, it is the only album to ever achieve this feat.

You can apply to be in the audience for the show here, which will be filmed on October 17 at Elstree Studios. Applications close at 11pm tomorrow evening (October 5).