Stacey Dooley seems to be riding on top of the world following her Strictly Come Dancing win last month, with her latest project just announced.
The documentary-maker is fronting a brand new reality show for BBC Three called Glow Up: Britain's Next Make-Up Star.
She announced the news today (January 10) on Instagram, saying she was "BLAAAAAAAADY EXCITED" about the show.
Glow Up will see 10 contestants live and work together as they compete to try and win a contract with top make-up artists.
Judging the show will be L'Oreal's Val Garland and Mac's Dominic Skinner, who have worked with top celebrities and in the world of entertainment, and who Dooley described as "FABULOUS judges".
The presenter also posted a video about the new series, saying: "I think we're onto a winner."
"What I'm looking for is skill, creativity, the ability to adapt in any given situation," Garland said of the show. "This person has to have an incredible attitude, be able to feel comfortable in any situation and deliver.
"What won't impress me? Don't give me diva, don't give me attitude, don't try to sell me something that I don't believe in."
Skinner added that he wanted "to find a make-up artist who is willing to take risks and to push themselves creatively, someone who is more inspired and hungry at the end of this process than they were at the beginning".
Glow Up: Britain's Next Make-Up Star is set to air on BBC Three, though no launch date has been announced as of yet.
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