He will make his debut on the long-running programme tonight.
Meanwhile, Bradley, 60, who also kicked off his career as a comedian, is best known for presenting ITV quiz show The Chase.
He previously starred in Doctor Who and rival soap Coronation Street.
He went on to detail several occasions that they had been mistaken for each other, during a chat with Radio Times.
Brian, who starred on the West End in Dolly Parton’s musical 9 to 5, said he was approached by fans outside the Savoy Theatre.
They thought he was Bradley despite his name being on the theatre poster.
They even had starring roles in each other’s wedding party when they tied the knot to their respective partners.
“But we are close – we were ushers at each other’s wedding and, at one time, we even lived on the same road in Watford,” Brian continued.
“Mind you, I won’t get mistaken for him anymore with my new lockdown look – I’m all grey and I’ve got a beard, so now I’m more like Martin Kemp… a younger Martin Kemp, though, to be honest!”
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