JANE McDonald drove fans wild as she announced that she’ll be returning to our screens.
The TV presenter, 59, revealed that she’s be starring on ITV’s Christmas Carols this year.
The festive episode will air on Christmas Eve which will be hosted by Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton is, at Westminster Abbey.
Jane beamed for a photo stood in front of a tree decorated with red bows and baubles.
The former Loose Women star wrote: “Feeling very festive as I’m filming for ITV’s Christmas Carols show! Watch it this Christmas Eve.”
Jane’s fans were thrilled with the news and pleaded for her to sing a festive song on the show.
One wrote: “Everyone will be fed up of football by then, so it’s good to know there’s something decent to watch on tv on Christmas Eve. Looking forward to seeing you then.”
Another posted: “Hope you sing Holy Night, was amazing at Xmas concerts.”
“Really looking forward to seeing you on Christmas Eve Jane. Bless you,” a third said.
A fourth said: “Oh lovely count me in love your TV shows especially Christmas lot’s of love.”
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Someone else commented: “You’re looking good Jayne , we need some fun cruising programs, get filming girl”
One gushed: At last someone fabulous to watch just adore your programs,”
“Hi Jane ! I’m so looking forward to watching this on Christmas Eve,” another eager fan added.
Jane’s announcement comes after she recently opened up on going through a dramatic life change after her fiancé Eddie Rothe died of cancer last year.
She appeared on Loose Women last month and revealed how she had her pal and former backing singer Sue Ravey move in with her to her Yorkshire home.
She told the ITV panel of quitting touring to relax at home more: “My friend Sue just said, ‘I can’t do this any more’ and it made me think, ‘Actually, what do we want to do now?’
“We got off the tour bus at half past five one morning and the sun was up and we hadn’t slept all night, the traffic had been really bad, and she just looked at me and said, ‘What are we doing? At our age?’
“I said, ‘Speak for yourself!’ But I don’t think I’ll ever give it up. I’m just stepping back for a while.”
Jane also opened up on struggling with life after Eddie’s passing – and thanked her family for getting her through the hard time.
“I was a mess, but they just got me through it. They really did. You can find love in many different ways – it can be a pet, it can be your fans, it can be your family, or your friends…” she went on.
“When you lose a lot of love – I lost my mum and Ed – and you just think, ‘I’m never going to fill that hole again’ but you do.
“It comes from other places, and that’s why you’ve got to let the light in and that’s what I’m doing.
“I’ve just stepped back from touring for a couple of years because it’s hard work. Sometimes you’ve got to step back and make space for great things to happen.
“That’s my motto in life. You’ve got to make things sometimes happen, and my life for the past seven years has been touring, recording, television, recording, and that’s just been constant.”
Last year, Jane burst into tears on Loose Women as she opened up about the death of her fiancé Eddie for the first time.