Phillip Schofield has delighted fans by announcing the return of The Cube for a special show.
The This Morning presenter announced the news to his followers on Instagram on Friday.
The hit ITV game show sees people take on The Cube and various challenges inside it for a chance to take home a hefty cash prize.
The special episode will be a celebrity version to raise money for Soccer Aid and it airs tomorrow on ITV at 8.30pm.
The celebrities taking on The Cube will be singer Olly Murrs, comedian Joel Dommett, Strictly winner and Newsround presenter Ore Oduba and his wife Portia Jett.
He captioned the post: “…and to see how this moment turned out, switch on the telly this Saturday 8.30pm @itv! #TheCube for @socceraid”
Phillip tonight won his first LGBT award – and opened up about how life has been since he came out.
The 59-year-old This Morning presenter spoke about his sexuality for the first time live on the ITV show last year as he opened up to co-host and close friend Holly Willoughby.
In a video acceptance speech, he praised the gay community for accepting him.
He said: “Wow. This is a biggie. What a proud moment for me personally.
“I’ve never won any award individually. Any award you win as a team that’s there propping you up and definitely that’s the case with this one.
“I had the most extraordinary people that helped me pack the parachute before the jump.
“Friends and family, loved ones and then there was an enormous amount of rainbow arms outstretched to catch me when I reached the bottom of my jump.”
He adds: “Life is still a work in progress, but of course aren’t we all? But it’s been joyous to meet the people I have, to have heard the lovely things they’ve said to me and share a moment like this with you. I wish I was there. I’m sorry I’m not. I am enormously proud. Thank you.”