Celebrating on the eve of the announcement at the Bacardi 150th party at East London's über 'fash' Village Underground, surrounded by his s'leb set including Pixie Geldof and ex-T4 stable mate Jameela Jamil, the new breakfast host was clearly enjoying his new status.
So as the aforementioned Mr Moyles steps down from his breakfast radio hosting duties, it's a case of swapping one antisocial schedule for another, as he prepares to make his stage debut as King Herod in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Jesus Christ Superstar arena tour.
Which leads me nicely onto the accompanying TV show Superstar (genius!), where the search for Jesus is on. The initial reaction to the obviously controversial premise is perhaps the source of the rather paltry ratings, but I think this show definitely has legs for the coming weeks. I certainly hope so.
The judging panel comprising of West End stalwart David Grindrod, Jason Donovan and Mel C, who is to take the female lead in the show, put the plethora of Jesus wannabes through their paces at the 'home of rock' (really?), Brixton Academy.
The final 40 are a bit of an interesting bunch, among them a model, a rock star, a kids' entertainer, and my Prince Charming - literally. Making it across the boggy causeway to 'Superstar Island' was my buddy and fellow panto star Sam Cassidy, who has clearly come a long way from singing Disney classics opposite my Cinderella a few years ago. If we ignore his rather rubbish music video task and take into account the amount of screen time he's been getting, I'd say he could go far in this competition. We shall see.
As host Amanda Holden romped around in her wellies, 40 adrenalin-filled chaps were professionally pulled apart by Donna the acting coach, a woman so formidable that the Jaws theme plays whenever she enters a room, a monster that can freeze ice with her tone alone. Not one of the West End Wendys was able to escape a public critique by the Jeremy Kyle-esque tutor.
One guy who wasn't going to stand for her particular style of teaching was ex-G4 frontman Jonathon Ansell. Having openly ditched an existing theatre offer and literally begged to be considered for the title role, Ansell faced a rather embarrassing end to his Jesus journey as all three judges soon deemed him unsuitable for the part. The search for Jesus continues, as does the one for Mr Ansell's dignity.
Speaking of panto earlier, (and dignity!), this weekend I will be launching this year's production of Cinderella alongside Louie Spence and comedian Kev Orkian. I'll be taking to the stage in Milton Keynes as the princess herself and we'll be there to welcome anyone who wants to see me prance and dance this Christmas. You should know by now that I love panto. It's a truly addictive, fun and entertaining medium and I encourage everyone to go and see their local production, even if you'll hate yourself for enjoying it.
Oh, and if you've been enjoying the resurgence of nostalgic superheroes with Andrew Garfield's Amazing Spider-Man and upcoming Batman closer The Dark Knight Rises, tune in to Nickelodeon this Saturday for the first sneak peek of the all-new CG animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. With a glossy makeover and Hollywood cast attached, turtle power is back!