IBIZA Weekender's Jordan Davies and AJ Odudu will take on Married At First Sight Australia's Jessika Power on Celebrity Karaoke Club.
The celebrities are warming up their vocal chords for the second series of the ITV singing competition.
But The Sun can exclusively reveal the newest additions to the all-star line up will be Jordan and presenter AJ – and they are coming to play.
An insider told us: "It'll be the best series yet – Jordan doesn't care about looking stupid and has loads of practice performing in public with his DJing career."
They'll be joining other reality stars including Geordie Shore's Amelia Lily and Made In Chelsea's Mark-Francis.
Jessika revealed last month she would be appearing on ITV2's Celebrity Karaoke Club but would "100 per cent" like to do the British version of Love Island.
Speaking to the Mail Online, the blonde Aussie said: "Before I went on Married at First Sight, I used to sit there and say, 'Come on, you're not going to find love on a reality TV show', but then I met Dan [Webb].
"I'm very open to these shows being able to work for your love life and I would be very open to coming over to the UK and doing a show like that."
She added: "I have actually been offered to do the show Celebrity Karaoke Club and we should be signing contracts later this week."
Former Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt won Celebrity Karaoke Club last year.
Scarlett first appeared on Gogglebox with her family in 2014 and went on to be crowned queen of the I’m A Celebrity jungle in 2016.
She has also appeared on the I'm A Celeb spin-off Extra Camp before winning Celebrity Karaoke Club in 2020.
Scarlett, Jessica Wright, Courtney Act and David Potts were among the stars to compete in last year's series.
Lifting the lid on the boozy behaviour on set, Courtney revealed she blacked out after downing tequila, vodka and gin while filming.
"We were all in a Covid bubble and because of that we served our own drinks," said Courtney.
"We had all been locked inside for so long so we started doing tequila shots.
"Once I do a shot, I black out, I don't remember, I have no memory.
"We were all in a WhatsApp group and asked 'does anybody remember what they sang or what they were wearing, who the guest was' and nobody could remember anything!"
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