Rachel Stevens and Una Foden will battle it out to find new singing stars after landing roles as coaches on the Irish version of TV hit The Voice.
Former S Club 7 star Rachel and The Saturdays singer Una will be taking their places in the talent show's spinning chairs alongside returning judges Kian Egan and Bressie for the next run of The Voice Of Ireland.
Rachel, who went on to have her own solo career, said: " I'm sure it will be great fun, but most of all I'm looking forward to listening to the great vocal talent that Ireland has to offer each week and to securing a team of people who have excited me enough to make me push that button for them.
"When I turn my chair, it will be for someone really special who gets under my skin and I truly believe has what it takes to make it to the final."
Una has had her own experience on the other side of TV talent shows, having auditioned for the series Popstars before forming The Saturdays.
She said: "I'm delighted to be a part of the fantastic team behind The Voice of Ireland, I love the show and I can't wait to sit in that chair. I know the talent that Ireland has to offer so that button is going to see a lot of action."
Head of entertainment for b roadcaster RTE, John McHugh, said: "Both Una and Rachel are talented artists with a string of hits and have the expertise to spot a star."
The Voice of Ireland will begin filming the blind auditions later this month and the show will air on RTE from January 2015.
The Voice UK recently announced that Rita Ora would join the judging panel for the next series, alongside returning judges Sir Tom Jones, Will.i.am and Ricky Wilson.