Holly Johnson's replacement is unveiled...

Frankie Goes To Hollywood have chosen their new frontman from open auditions which took place in LONDON yesterday (October 31).

Over 200 people came to the auditions, held in Leicester Square, to win the chance to sing with the band at their one-off reformation show at the Prince’s Trust concert at Wembley Arena this month.

The band started the search for a new singer after former vocalist Holly Johnson declined to take part.

Ryan Malloy beat off hopefuls, including former ‘Big Brother’ contestants, for the opportunity to sing one of the band’s hits such as controversial Number One ‘Relax’, ‘Two Tribes’ and ‘Welcome To The Pleasuredome’.

The rest of the set will be sung by a surprise artist, due to be announced on the evening of the show (November 11).