Joe Sugg will return to Strictly Come Dancing when the 17th series airs next month.
When the new crop of celebrities takes to the dance floor the presenter and vlogger will be having fans a backstage pass to the Strictly action.
The vlogger has been announced as the new host of The Strictly Come Dancing podcast, alongside producer Kim Winston.
Joe and his partner Diane Buswell were runner-ups of last year’s show, missing out on the Glitterball Trophy to Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton.
Announcing the podcast, Joe said: “I am really excited to be continuing my Strictly experience this year by hosting the podcast.
“The best laughs happen backstage, so I can’t wait to share these special moments with the fans at home.”
Kim has worked on the show since 2009, starting out as Bruce Forsyth’s researcher.
She said: “I have worked behind the scenes on Strictly Come Dancing for the past 10 years and am absolutely delighted to be hosting the podcast alongside Strictly superstar Joe.
“We’ll be taking the listeners backstage twice a week to hear all the goss from the studio and training rooms, making it the ultimate addition to the show.”
The podcast will give fans a behind-the-scenes sneak peak to the Strictly experience.
Twice-weekly episodes will offer interviews with contestants, judges, professional dancers, fans and all those who help create the show.
Executive Producer, TalentWorks, BBC Studios, Paul Hembury, said: “I am thrilled to welcome Joe and Kim to host the podcast this year.
“Joe’s Strictly journey last year captivated the nation and his energy matched with Kim’s encyclopaedic knowledge of the show makes them the perfect match.
“It will be a must for Strictly fans.”
Meanwhile, hot favourite Alex Scott could be set for a disappointing blow just weeks before launch.
Bookmakers Ladbrokes have give Alex odds of 5-1 to take home the Glitterball Trophy.
However she faces competition form Chris Ramsey who could be one to watch.
Despite sitting behind Alex with odds of 12-1, Ladbrokes have pointed out his odds have taken a tumble.
Alex Apati, a spokesperson for Ladbrokes, said: “Alex Scott is running away with things as far as the odds are concerned but it’s Chris Ramsey who’s receiving all the backing of punters and his odds are continuing to tumble as a result.”
Catherine Tyldesley has also emerged as an early favourite and is close behind Alex with odds of 6-1.