Ronan Keating featured as a judge on Seven's now-defunct reality show, The X Factor.
And in Friday's The Daily Telegraph, the 41-year-old revealed that he's set to return Down Under.
Having signed onto the panel of upcoming singing contest All Together Now, the former boy band member said: 'Australia is my second home.'
'Australia is my second home': Ronan Keating, 41, revealed to The Daily Telegraph that he's joined the panel of Seven's All Together Now, four years after starring on The X Factor
'My wife [Storm] is Australian and we now have a baby son [Cooper, one] who's obviously half Australian too. I can't wait to get back to Sydney and get back on TV down there,' Ronan told the publication.
'I love the way people all across Australia get involved in shows like this and I think All Together Now has the ability to captivate the nation,' the Irish singer-songwriter added.
Ronan is set to star on Channel Seven's upcoming singing contest, All Together Now, based on the UK format of the same name.
Enthusiastic: 'I love the way people all across Australia get involved in shows like this and I think All Together Now has the ability to captivate the nation,' the crooner told the publication