Ed Sheeran is next in the line of (somewhat) unlikely celebs to make his CBeebies Bedtime Stories debut. Reports suggest he plans to tell a tale about a boy with a stutter.
It's something the singer-songwriter experienced himself in childhood.
The star's previously revealed that rapping along to one of Eminem's albums as a child helped him get over his stutter.
The musician will read I Talk Like a River by Jordan Scott and Sydney Smith.
The book tells the story of a boy whose father helps him by explaining that the flow of his words is like a river.
Sheeran said he was "delighted" to get involved, adding: "I hope the story helps inspire and support other children who stutter."
He said: "Growing up, I had a stutter like a boy in I Talk Like a River, so I'm delighted to be reading this story for CBeebies Bedtime Stories, especially as I'm a new dad myself."
The 'Shivers' singer joins a long list of stars who've previously read CBeebies Bedtime Stories, including Sir Elton John, Dolly Parton, and Tom Hardy.
Ed's story will air on Friday 5 November, following the release of his new album '='.