BBC Radio One presenter Mollie King, 32, has regularly presented This Morning as a stand-in host, most recently with her former band mate Rochelle Humes, 30.
Now, the blonde beauty will present a segment based on the effects of social media for The One Show.
Speaking at the Raise The Red Flag launch, she said: “I’ve got a few TV projects in the pipeline, there’s lot of exciting things.
“At the moment, I’m enjoying doing the presenting stuff. I’ve just filmed something for The One Show as well.
“It’s a short film piece about social media and the effects of it and so that comes out in the next couple of months.”
When asked if she would like to present the show alongside Matt Baker, 41, she added: “I mean, I love The One Show.
“I’ve been on there as guest with Strictly and stuff. It’s a brilliant show, so I’ll have to see what happens.”
Veteran host Matt has been presenting the BBC show alongside a variety of stand-in hosts in Alex Jones’ absence.
The latter, 42, is currently on maternity leave after giving birth to her second son Kit in May.
Elsewhere, Mollie went on to say after finding a new love for presenting on television, she wants to do more on-screen work.
She added: “TV is something I want to definitely delve in to.”
Meanwhile, the former Saturdays star is dating cricketer Stuart, 33, whom she was first linked to last year.
Back in July, Mollie and Stuart put on a cosy display in the crowd at Wimbledon.
The duo were pictured holding hands as they made their way into the venue and were later seen sharing a joke in the stands.
Aside from her busy schedule, Mollie was recently announced as a patron for the Born Free foundation.
Born Free are an international wildlife charity that campaigns to keep wildlife in the wild in a bid to help stop animal cruelty.
Speaking of her involvement with the charity, she said: “I’ve always been such an animal lover, I’ve grown up with dogs.
“I think it’s very easy for us to be like, ‘It’s fine, let’s go to a local zoo’ or ‘I’ll go and see a dolphin perform here’ but actually you need to know the reality of what’s happening.
“There’s still so much money that needs to be raised to help these suffering animals, so I’m helping to spread to the word.
“I just really hope I can help in anyway possible.
“I always want to put my vote to good causes and, with this, there was no way I couldn’t be involved.
“What Born Free does is so amazing, I feel like I am the lucky one.”
The One Show continues tonight at 7pm on BBC One.