Dion Dublin has made many debuts in his time, from Manchester United and Coventry to Aston Villa and Leicester - but his latest one today had the former footballer "physically shaking".
Dublin made his first appearance on BBC show Homes Under The Hammer this morning, a programme that follows buyers of properties at auctions and how they plan to turn a profit.
He joins the original line-up of Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander to add some depth to the squad.
“Kicking off the 19th series, Martin, Lucy and Dion will follow three properties bought at auction, the renovations the buyers have planned and problems they encounter and whether they have made a gain or a loss from buying under the hammer," the BBC said in a statement when it was announced he had joined the show.
Watching the show today, Dublin tweeted: Why am I physically shaking watching this #Itsverystrange.
Why am I physically shaking watching this #itsverystrange— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) April 13, 2015
So did Dublin hit the back of the net on his first appearance or score an own goal? We take a look at some of the best reaction on Twitter...
Hold the phone! @DionDublinsDube is presenting Homes Under the Hammer!!! The best show on TV just got better— Carl Frampton (@RealCFrampton) April 13, 2015
Last time I saw Dion Dublin on Monday he was doing Monday Night Football, he's now on a home/DIY show. pic.twitter.com/eekh5OjaLo— Adrian Johnson (@adrian_johnson) April 13, 2015
Not sure about Dion Dublin on #HomesUnderTheHammer he doesn't seem like a natural fit on the show.— Issac Hunt (@PeteMartin2310) April 13, 2015
What Dion Dublin doesn't know about property development isn't worth knowing @DionDublinsDube— George Scotland (@Georgeyscot94) April 13, 2015
Dion Dublin is presenting Homes Under The Hammer...we may finally get Monkey Tennis!!! Tbf I would watch Monkey Tennis...— PalookaJoe (@PalookaJoe) April 13, 2015
Dion Dublin's Homes Under The Hammer debut is best since Rooney against Fenerbahce IMO— James Orr (@jamesorr111) April 13, 2015
Even with the addition of Dion Dublin, homes under the hammer is still mind numbingly dull...— Sam Clark (@ShadowPenguin) April 13, 2015