Three months after they announced they were leaving New Zealand, ZM's Jase and PJ have revealed who will replace them on-air.
And the answer is: Themselves.
The pair, who are moving to Melbourne next year to take over the KISS FM breakfast show, will continue to host ZM's drive show, broadcasting out of Australia.
"Who better to replace us than us," laughed Jase Hawkins.
Ahhhhh ok. Here we go. So stoked we can announce our next chapter with you all. We are moving to Melbourne next year! In the scariest, most exciting, pinch myself moment we are so so excited to announce we are moving to KIIS FM breakfast. After the most incredible nearly 7 years at ZM it is time to explore the big bad world and I wouldn't wanna do it with anyone else. @jase_hawkins you are my radio soulmate and I'm so excited for the crazy adventure ahead and @alexperigo there's no one who gets the show more than you slash can put up with us. Shit my fingers are shaking typing this. Bring it on!!
The pair revealed the news on-air this afternoon, to the delight of their listeners, many of whom were distraught when the pair announced their plans to leave at the end of the year.
Jase and PJ became the country's most popular drive radio show with Kiwi millenials (18-34) earlier this year.
Hawkins moved to New Zealand in 2015 from his native Australia, where he made his name in radio working on the top-rating Kyle and Jackie O Show.
Harding formerly hosted ZM's night show, before taking on drive time with her Aussie co-host.
The pair have made headlines numerous times in the past two years for their often-extreme pranks, including this year's 53-hour on-air marathon.
Last year, they spent 25 hours chained to one another in an awkward hug stunt and Harding regularly makes headlines for her awkward attempts to find a life partner.