Emma Bunton has landed her "dream job" in America.
The former Spice Girls singer will co-host 'The Great American Baking Show' - the US version of 'The Great British Bake Off' - alongside returning presenter Anthony Spice Adams and she's thrilled to have joined the team alongside judges Paul Hollywood and programme newcomer Sherry Yard.
Emma told reporters: "This is my dream job! Christmas time, eating cake and having such a brilliant time with Spice, Sherry and Paul."
It is believed Emma - who replaces Ayesha Curry as host - has already filmed the fourth season of the ABC show.
Last year's season came under controversy when judge Johnny Iuzzini was accused of sexual misconduct by former employees.
The network opted not to air the remaining episodes of the series, announcing Vallery Lomas had beaten Cindy Mailniak and Molly Brodak to win the show on the day the finale would have broadcast.
Paul joined the show ahead of the third season and replaced his former 'Great British Bake Off' co-judge, Mary Berry.
It's been a busy few months for the 42-year-old star - who has sons Beau, 11, and seven-year-old Tate with partner Jade Jones - because as well as her show on Heart FM and rumours of a Spice Girls reunion, Emma recently revealed she has been working on some new solo music and having "a little bit of fun" in the recording studio.
She said: "I am back in the studio, I'm saying this for the first time.
"I have been in the studio and have been having a little bit of fun on my own just to see whether anything comes out of it."