Jeremy McConnell has hinted that he and his on/off girlfriend Stephanie Davis may get their own reality TV show.
The turbulent couple's lives are regularly played out for all to see on social media but it looks like fans may finally get a glimpse of what goes on behind closed doors as the 27-year-old hunk has teased that he and the former "Hollyoaks" actress may be in talks with television bosses about nabbing their own programme in the future.
When asked by The Sun Online if the pair were getting their own show, Jeremy coyly replied: "No comment."
Pushed on whether the former "Celebrity Big Brother" heartthrob - who met the brunette beauty in the famous abode last year - would be prepared to let the cameras follow them down the aisle if they ever get hitched, he added: "You'll have to see in the future."
The pair's relationship has been the hot topic of conversation since they fell in love 18 months ago and, although they urge people not to get involved, they understand why people are so obsessed with their romance.
He explained: "I don't know if it's because we fell in love on TV and the public had such a big investment in "CBB". But now if I "m angry at her or she's angry at me we'll unfollow each other on Twitter and people pick a side. It's just stupid. We bring it upon ourselves and we both know that."
Although things seemed positive earlier this week when he was talking about his relationship, it looks like Jeremy's life has spiraled out of control again as his friends are urging him to seek help in rehab for the second time after he was spotted sleeping on a park bench following a night out in London a few days ago.
A source said recently: "We are all so worried about him, the park bench is a new low. He looked dirty and dishevelled, and reeked of booze. We want him to go back to rehab, we are publicly urging him to get on a plane as soon as possible. No one can control him at the moment - and its devastating because he did so well."
Jeremy spent six weeks in rehab in March and, upon his release, he vowed never to pick up a bottle again for the sake of the pair's six-month-old son Caben-Albi.