A Sutton schoolboy is set to return to TV screens across the nation when he features on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show this weekend.

Anush Hydros, who first appeared on the BBC One series in November 2017 as its youngest-ever ‘Unexpected Star of the Show’, is coming back this Saturday (January 19).

He was involved in a prank where he was tricked by Mr McIntyre himself into thinking he was at Italian restaurant Bella Donna in Morden.

Since then the 12-year-old has performed a rendition of the Jackon 5’s ‘Who’s Loving You’, recorded live at the Theatre Royal, and made his West End debut with Motown the Musical as a young Michael Jackson.

He has also gone on to perform as a young Berry Gordy and Stevie Wonder, sharing a role with three others.

Anush, who attends Homefield Preparatory School and Saturday Music School in Wimbledon College, has been invited back to Mr McIntyre’s BAFTA award-winning show and recorded a sequel for its fourth series.

Alongside his Motown the Musical cast they will do a special performance to close the show in what has been dubbed as one of ‘Michael McIntyre’s Big Surprises’.

In addition to that he will be featured on CBBC’s Newsround in a special interview, which will be aired tomorrow (January 18).

Dad Suhas Hydros says he loves watching Ellen DeGeneres and James Corden, and draws inspiration from singers such as Ed Sheeran, John Legend and Michael Bublé.

You can see Anush on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show this Saturday (January 19) from 7pm on BBC One.