The 34-year-old singer is preparing to reaffirm his commitment to his TV star wife Emma and ahead of their special day, Matt has revealed he can't wait for the supergroup featuring McFly and Busted to get back together for the one-off occasion.
Looking forward to his wedding day in July, Matt - who stars in Busted alongside James Bourne and Charlie Simpson - told The Sun newspaper: ''I'm going to form a covers band and perform her favourite songs. It's ten years. I can't believe she's still with me.''
Earlier this year, Matt and Emma, 41, announced plans to renew their wedding vows for their 10th anniversary.
The celebrity couple tied the knot in 2008 after three years of dating, and as their milestone anniversary approaches next year, the pair are looking to renew their vows in a ''wedding party'' that will see their friends dress up in their own old wedding attire.
Emma - who has an eight-year-old daughter called Isabelle and a five-year-old son called Ace with Matt - previously said: ''I want to go back to where we got married, renew our vows and have a wedding party where everybody that attends who is, or has been, married, wears whatever they got married in.
''Brides never get to wear their wedding dresses again, so all brides get to wear their wedding dress. If you've not been married but you've been a bridesmaid, you've got to wear your bridesmaids dress and all of the grooms wear their suits.''
The TV presenter also revealed she got the idea from listening to her daughter talk about how she wants to be ''a bridesmaid''.
Emma said: ''That's what I've always said I would do. Now my daughter keeps going, 'Are you and daddy going to get married again? And what would I do? Would I be a bridesmaid?'
''So that's what I want to do. It would be great.''
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