The show will once again be hosted by the lovely Lorraine Kelly with myself, Sanjeev Kohli and Bruce Devlin serving as co-hosts thought the live show.
Also on hand will be the stars of the BBC's River City and Waterloo Road to take your telephone donations throughout the night and there will be live music from the Red Hot Chilli Piper and the legends that are Hue and Cry, memo to me must try to control myself around those boys especially the ones wearing kilts.
Behind the scenes though the preparation and fundraising for tomorrow night's show has been going on for months now with the likes of STV's Sean Batty and Raman Bhardwaj cycling from Glasgow to Edinburgh along with 7000 other Scots at this year's freshnlo Pedal for Scotland event.
Record breaking long distance cyclist Mark Beaumont put down his bike and instead swam and ran the breadth of the country and the STV Appeal Dance Marathon saw John Michie, Bruce Devlin and STV's Andrea Brymer dance their socks off for charity, joined by more than 850 dancers from across Scotland.
I'm absolutely thrilled to be co hosting again this year as the STV Appeal is an event extremely close to my heart having had the pleasure of visiting some of the families affected last year and being privileged enough to co write the official appeal single Take you There with Mànran and Phil Cunningham.
I'm sure this year will be another huge success and after my 2011 appeal antics with the lovely John MacKay I'm looking to up the ante this year all in the name of charity of course and nothing to do with the fact Shieldinch's dishy DC Will Copper aka Scott Ryan Vickers will be in the building.
And he thought Lenny Murdoch was a handful.
To find out more information on how you can make a differenve just log onto www.campaigns.stv.tv/stv-appeal
ON Saturday night I'm honoured to say that I will be hosting and performing at the first ever Brightest Star Charity Ball at the Glasgow Hilton Hotel in memory of little Jack Kennedy who sadly passed away last year six days before his 6th birthday.
The charity hope to raise much needed funds to support bereaved parents particularly for sudden deaths in childhood and with your help they can do just that. For more information log onto www.brighteststar.org.uk
ON Sunday I've been asked to be a guest judge at the Scottish Rockettes Tryouts for the 2013-2014 Season at the Emirates Arena starting at 10am.
Fear not there will be no lycra, Pom poms or any sort of mini skirt going near moi however if you aged between 18-35 and have a passion for dance, the community and sports then this is the audition for you.
I've had the pleasure of working and interviewing the Rockettes many times in the past and they are a really lovely talented group of women.
For more information check out www.scottishrockettes.com