Stormzy has joined the lineup for the KISS Haunted House Party.
The 'Crown' rapper - who headlined Glastonbury in June - will play the annual spook fest at London's The SSE Arena, Wembley on October 25.
The grime superstar will be joined by Liam Payne - who played last year - 'Friends' hitmaker Anne-Marie, house DJ Jax Jones, rapper Aitch and Majestic, who will play a DJ Set.
'Temperature' hitmaker Sean Paul and rap duo Young T & Bugsey were previously confirmed.
Sean said: ''I always love doing shows in London and I heard that KISS Haunted House Party is always a great vibe, so I'm looking forward to smashing it! ''Wembley better be ready!
''I've got all the KISSTORY anthems and of course my new tune 'When It Comes To You'.''
Liam, Rita Ora, Clean Bandit, Stefflon Don and Jess Glynne were among those to play the concert last October.
Rita was the talking point of the concert, which sees stars pull all the stops out with their creepy costumes, as she transformed into rapper Post Malone.
The 'Anywhere' hitmaker shocked her fans when she dressed up as the 'Wow' hitmaker but she later claimed her transformation didn't require much effort.
Shown a picture of herself as Post, she said: ''That's literally me with no make-up, all that happened was they drew some face tattoos and I put a wig on and had no make-up touch ups, so that's scarily what I look like in real life.''
Despite her dramatic transformation, the 28-year-old singer was stunned when the audience didn't recognise her.
She said: ''I literally did a concert and they didn't clap because they were like 'Who is this weird human being on stage?'
''I had to talk in the mic and still they didn't believe me and then I had to sing and they were like 'OK, we believe her.' ''
More acts for this year's gig will be announced in the coming weeks.
Tickets are on sale now starting at £31.20 from www.kisshaunted.com.
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