The Saturdays' Una Healy has landed a job as a children's TV presenter.
The singer is fronting new Irish show 'Una's Dream Ticket', where she make kids' wishes come true, and she hopes it will be the start of a successful TV presenting career.
She told The Sun newspaper: "This will be a really good experience for me and I wouldn't rule out more presenting in the future.
"All of us girls have enough experience now that we can go off and work on other projects."
Una - who has 18-month-old daughter Aoife Bell with her husband, rugby player Ben Foden - is following in the footsteps of bandmate Rochelle Humes, who stepped in to host an episode of 'This Morning' recently alongside her husband Marvin, who is to co-host 'The Voice' alongside Emma Willis on BBC One.
Despite starting on TV, Una claims The Saturdays - who also include Frankie Sandford, Mollie King and Vanessa White - are still her main priority.
She added: "Our main focus is the band. We have a single out in October, 'Disco Love', and hopefully a tour next year.
"We'll keep going for as long as the fans want us."