The TV presenter will front Supermarket Sweep, which was formerly hosted by Dale Winton.
Rylan Clark-Neal, 30, is set to take the reins of the veteran ITV show when it returns to TV screens later this year.
The former X Factor contestant confirmed the news on his Instagram account.
Rylan admitted to his 1.1million followers he’s “been waiting a while” to tell everyone.
He wrote: “I’ve been waiting a while to say this but it’s finally time to go wild in the aisles once again!
“Supermarket sweep is back and I can’t wait for you to check it out. See you soon on ITV2.”
Celebrity pals couldn’t contain their excitement as they flooded his page with congratulatory messages.
Reality star Vicky Pattinson wrote: “Amazing news!”
While Scarlett Moffat enthusiastically wrote: “Yas.”
One fan put: “This is quite literally, the best news ever.”
Veteran broadcaster Dale Winton presented the show, and became an instant hit thanks to his witty one-liners and quick quips.
Dale Winton sadly passed away last year aged 62, with police treating his death as “unexplained”.
With big shoes to fill, Rylan will host the Supermarket Sweet revival, which will hit TV screens in the autumn with a run of 20 shows broadcast from Monday-Friday, aired in prime slots across a month-long period.
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