Update: Rylan has now confirmed when the Ready Steady Cook reboot will hit our screens - and it looks like we have less than a month to go!
"VERY EXCITED to announce READY STEADY COOK starts Monday 2nd March 4.30pm-5.15pm on @BBCOne every weekday," he tweeted.
Original: The BBC has unveiled a first-look photo of Rylan Clark-Neal as host of the Ready Steady Cook reboot.
Last year it was revealed that the Supermarket Sweep presenter would be adding to his ever-impressive CV by taking over the cooking show, which was axed in 2010.
Well, you can now witness him in Ready Steady Cooking mode thanks to an official picture as he poses with the show's iconic red tomatoes and green peppers.
The show, which sees contestants try and cook up meals in a limited amount of time after spending a low amount on ingredients, famously ran for 16 years and was originally presented by Ainsley Harriott.
"I'm so excited that Ready Steady Cook is finally coming back to our screens," Rylan previously told The Sun.
"To be asked to host such an amazing show for the BBC is such a privilege. After making the finals of Celebrity MasterChef, I know how tough cooking under pressure can be."
Meanwhile, the presenter recently revealed how he found out Big Brother was axed, having won the Celebrity version and presented Bit on the Side.
"It was a phone call, I got a phone call the night before it was announced to say it's going and I had no... I genuinely had no words," he recalled.
"In my house I had a diary room, this is how dedicated I am to this show. This is the truth; I have a diary room in my house and two diary room chairs I chored. But I do have to say something, I know it will come back. When and how, I don't know. But I know it will come back."
Ready Steady Cook is coming soon to BBC One.
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