Fundraising legend Captain Tom Moore is reportedly lined up to perform at the Britain's Got Talent live finale with Michael Ball.
The duo, alongside the NHS Voices of Care Choir, reached the top spot in the official UK charts with their rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone.
The 99-year-old World War II veteran has become a shining light during the coronavirus crisis in the UK, raising more than £27million to benefit the NHS.
His popularity has reportedly caught the eye of Simon Cowell, who is said to have signed him up to perform at this year's Britain's Got Talent live final, which will hopefully be filmed after social distancing measures come to an end.
A source said: "The whole nation has been totally blown away by Tom so what could be better than getting him on board for the BGT final, which is a celebration of everything that makes this country great?
"With the lockdown, it's all up in the air at the moment in terms of dates for the live shows but BGT are determined to get back on air later this year."
The source added to The Sun: "Tom is at the top of the production team's which list... it would be a huge coup for the show."
The audition episodes of this year's Britain's Got Talent are currently airing, however it's extremely likely that the live semi-final rounds will be extremely delayed.
They won't be filmed until after the coronavirus lockdown has ended, are set to continue until at least May.
However, it appears the light-hearted entertainment is exactly what people were wanting, as 9million viewers have been tuning in so far.
Britain's Got Talent continues on Saturday night at 8pm on ITV