‘Big Brother’
Josh Martinez will be serving meatballs in an episode of “Bold and the Beautiful” Season 31. CBS

Another “Big Brother” Season 19 houseguest is set to star in “Bold and the Beautiful” Season 31.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Season 19 winner Josh Martinez was spotted on the set of the hit CBS soap opera on Wednesday to film scenes with John McCook. The actor plays the role of Eric Forrester in the series.

On his Twitter account, the reality TV star also shared a photo of himself on the set of the drama and revealed that he will be part of the Oct. 24 installment. Martinez also joked about serving meatballs in the show, but it is still unclear whether or not this is what he will really do.

Throughout the entire season of “Big Brother,” Martinez has been known for calling the other houseguests “meatballs.” Whenever he would get into a fight with any one of them, he would scream “meatballs” at their faces. But during on her live interviews, Christmas Abbott joked about Josh calling other houseguests “meatballs” when in fact, he is the real “meatball.”

Meanwhile, Martinez is the second “Big Brother” Season 19 houseguest to land a guest-starring role in “Bold and the Beautiful.” Weeks ago, it was announced that Jessica Graf will play the role of a hostess working at the series’ restaurant, Il Giardino, according to Entertainment Weekly. Graf taped her episode on Sept. 5, and she will appear in the Oct. 2 and Oct. 17 episodes.

Photos of Graf giving life to her unnamed character have also been uploaded via the same publication. In the snaps, the reality TV star is standing outside the restaurant with a menu in her hand.

In other news, Martinez brought home the $500,000 grand prize after spending over 90 days inside the “Big Brother” house. He won over his runner-up, Paul Abrahamian, as well as Graf. The latter did not make it to the jury house and was evicted one week before her boyfriend, Cody Nickson, was sent packing. Graf did not win any cash prize, but Nickson was named America’s Favorite Houseguest and brought home $25,000.

The reality TV show will return to CBS in the winter for the first ever edition of “Celebrity Big Brother.”