The 20-year-old social media influencer from Hitchin announced by video today that she was looking forward to joining the judging panel at the Strictly Come Movies fundraiser - where individuals and couples learn routines with the help of professionals, before performing them at Letchworth's Spirella Ballroom in November to raise money for the Hospice.
Molly-Mae, who came second in this year's Love Island alongside Tommy Fury, will join three other panellists who have been announced over the past few days - ex-Arsenal footballer Ian Allinson, Comet and Royston Crow editor Nick Gill and Garden House Hospice Care chairman John Procter.
Molly said: "I am excited to announce that I will be a judge this year at Strictly Come Movies.
"Get practising, because I am going to be there judging you all. I can't wait to attend - and good luck."
Strictly Come Jive and Swing 2018: Winning couple Harry Johnson and Sharon Brown. Picture: Andrew Hyde
Event organiser Jake Amos added: "We're thrilled to announce this year's judging panel and look forward to them joining us for a fantastic evening as dance acts compete to be crowned this year's Strictly champion!
"We're welcoming all ages and abilities to take part in this year's event. Our showstopping theme is 'movies', so lace up your dancing shoes and sign up to take part in what promises to be Tinseltown's finest film on reel."