Rylan Clark-Neal is reportedly planning to return to work with a new podcast series later this month.
The 32-year-old has been on a break from all of his work commitments - including his Radio 2 show and This Morning - since May due to the breakup of his marriage to Dan Neal.
According to The Sun, Rylan is now ready to get back to work and will start recording a new celebrity interview podcast called The Ry-Union at the end of the month.
"Rylan's new podcast is really exciting and is giving him a real trip down memory lane," a source told the newspaper. "He will be speaking with people who were integral parts of his journey.
"Rylan appeared on Katie Price's TV show Signed at the start of his telly career and she has agreed to be one of his guests.
"Cher Lloyd, who was on The X Factor two years before Rylan in 2010, will also come on to speak to him.
"It's going to be a really uplifting and fun series and will give fans even more insight into Rylan and his background.
"They're hoping to get people from all walks of Rylan's life on board and there has been talk of getting Nicole Scherzinger, his X Factor mentor, in on the podcast too.
"Recording starts of the end of this month and everyone who is part of the project thinks it will be a surefire hit."
Rylan announced his split from his husband in June, admitting in a statement that he had "made a number of mistakes" which caused the relationship to break down.