Former Great British Bake Off presenters Mel, Sue and Mary Berry look set to reunite for the first time since the show moved to Channel 4.
The trio will appear together on Mary, Mel and Sue's Big Christmas Thank You, which will air on the BBC over the festive season.
The show follows the ladies as they attempt to organises a Christmas party in the Welsh town of Rhondda Valley.
Mel and Sue will attempt to modernise the local community centre in time for the event, while Mary will be tasked with cooking up a mouth-watering festive feast.
The personalities worked together on The Great British Bake Off for seven series, with all three choosing to stay loyal to the BBC after the much-loved show was snapped up by Channel 4.
Television fans can also look forward to all the usual favourites including Mrs Brown's Boys, Strictly and the Doctor Who Christmas special.
Someone grab the RTÉ Guide – Christmas telly is officially here!
Congrats are in order for Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins – they have just landed a prime time Saturday TV show.
After all the drama with the Great British Bake Off, where both women quit the show, the duo have been confirmed as hosts of a new TV series called Let's Sing and Dance for Comic Relief.
The ladies seem to be delighted with their new gig and Sue told The Mirror: "I'm thrilled to be co-presenting Let's Sing and Dance for Comic Relief, not least because it will finally show the world why I was voted West Penwith's Krumping Champion."
Mel added: "Since leaving the Royal Ballet twelve years ago, Mel is really looking forward to getting back on her points and showing the brave Comic Relief celebrity dancers how to split leap and ball change."
Even after all the stress they went through with GBBO, it's good to see the ladies still have their humour!
Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief will be on BBC One next year ahead of the UK's Red Nose Day.