POP icon and star of 2023 Rick Astley is joined by some very special guests for a spectacular show at the Camden Roundhouse for a special show on New Year's Eve.

Rick, from Newton-le-Willows, will bring down the house and ring in the brand new year by singing and playing his global hits and some surprise numbers.

He is joined by a number of stars.

When is Rick Astley Rocks New Year's Eve on?

Rick Astley will be on BBC One and BBC iPlayer from 11.30pm on Sunday, December 31.

Who's in the Rick Astley Rocks New Year's Eve line-up?

Rick is joined on stage by Sharleen Spiteri, Rylan and The House Gospel Choir to bring in 2024 at BBC One’s New Year’s Eve Rocks.

Made by BBC Studios Entertainment, this end-of-year celebration will aim to be the perfect grand finale to 2023.

Rick is best known and loved for his 1980s chart-topper Never Gonna Give You Up.

Following his triumphant set on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, where he covered Harry Styles’ hit As It Was, and AC/DC's Highway To Hell, he went on to perform for the crowds at Radio 2 In The Park in Leicester.

He'll be rocking New Year’s Eve from 11.30pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer with the party continuing after the fireworks at 12.10am.

Astley's longevity is part of what is being celebrated this evening, reports the BBC.

The Rickrolling craze - which brought him to the attention of a whole new generation by tricking people to click on internet links directing them to the video for his hit Never Gonna Give You Up - is itself 17 years old.

Astley is following in the footsteps of Robbie Williams, Alicia Keys and Sam Ryder, who have played the concert shown annually either side of the midnight fireworks on BBC One.

St Helens Star: Rick Astley was one of the stars at Glastonbury 2023Rick Astley was one of the stars at Glastonbury 2023 (Image: PA)

The show attracts one of the biggest TV audiences of the year.

As well as Rylan, tonight's concert will feature a duet with Sharleen Spiteri from Texas.

"I've got to know her through different festivals," he told the BBC.

"She's jumped up on stage and sung Highway to Hell. She's fearless. She's got some pipes on her that woman, I tell you."

St Helens Star: Rick Astley at Warrington's Mr Smith's in his heydayRick Astley at Warrington's Mr Smith's in his heyday (Image: Warrington Guardian)

Among the classics they will be taking on will be the Motown hit Ain't No Mountain High Enough, with Rick reflecting to the BBC that doing covers reminds him of of being a kid in a band.

He adds: "It's funny, I must say I've not been out on New Year's Eve for a very long time

"Make something nice for dinner, get something nice to drink. See the new year in at home, have the telly on and join in. And I'm hoping people are going to have a good time doing that."