Joel Dommett lined up to present a new hidden-camera series on ITV after Masked Singer success

JOEL Dommett is quickly becoming the most in-demand man in television.

After fronting ITV’s runaway success The Masked Singer for two series, he is now being lined up to host what the channel hopes will be its next big hit.

I’m told that Joel presented the pilot of The Secret Game Show, a hidden-camera series out of Japan.

The new show features celebrities taking on audacious stunts to fool unsuspecting members of the public into helping them.

I remember first meeting Joel in Australia when he was a late, and frankly unknown, arrival to take part in I’m A Celebrity in 2016.

What a five years he’s had since then.

It is refreshing to see a genuinely nice and talented bloke doing well.

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HE found fame playing an unruly kid, but Malcolm In The Middle star Chris Masterson is now a dad himself.

The actor, who starred as tearaway older brother Francis in the hit US sitcom, and his wife Yolanda shared a picture of their daughter Chiara on Instagram at the weekend.

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DISNEY+ has axed astronaut drama The Right Stuff after one season.

The adaption of the 1983 space film, which featured Meghan Markle’s former Suits co-star Patrick J Adams, lasted just eight episodes and it has become the streaming service’s first major cancellation.

Danni: "My dream to do the Dales"

FORMER EastEnders actress Danniella Westbrook wants to land a role in Emmerdale – as a member of the soap’s Dingle clan.

The star, who played Sam Mitchell between 1990 and 2000 before making brief returns in 2009 and 2016, said: “I’d love to be in Emmerdale – Danniella Dingle.

“I’m a country girl. You should see where I live – I ride horses. And one of my school friends, Kevin Mathurin, is now in Emmerdale playing vicar Charles Anderson.”

Danniella told the On The Box podcast that fans hoping to see her return to Albert Square as Sam Mitchell shouldn’t hold their breath.

She said: “EastEnders is pretty much done for me.”

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