Whitney Houston is set to make her live comeback in London on May 8.
Organisers of the Caudwell Children's Legend Ball in Battersea have revealed they've booked the diva for a charity show.
Charity founder John Caudwell tells Britain's Marie Claire magazine: "We are thrilled to have an artist of Whitney's calibre to headline the event."
The comeback concert is not a big surprise - Tina Turner came out of retirement to perform at the charity's 2007 gala, which helped Caudwell raise more than $2m (€1.3m) for disabled children.
Houston is currently recording a new album with her mentor, music mogul Clive Davis, who claims the comeback project will be released in November.