Love Island's Kem Cetinay and Chris Hughes have reportedly been offered £100,000 each to enter this year's "Celebrity Big Brother" house.
The twosome have only just returned to the UK following six weeks abroad in the villa, during which time they struck up a close friendship, but bosses at Channel 5 are reportedly keen to nab them for the forthcoming series of the reality TV show next month and are determined to do all it takes to persuade them to join the line up.
A source told The Sun Online: "The boys are meeting producers next week in London after the "Love Island" wrap party on Sunday night ...
"Producers are desperate to snap them up as they've both got the online social media influence to get viewers tuning into the new series."
However, the boys - who both have new girlfriends after falling in love in the villa - will get to have a little breather if they do agree to do the show, as bosses are planning to throw them into the famous abode two weeks after the series kicks off on August 1.
And it's not just Channel 5 who are after the pair, as music execs have also reportedly been in touch as they're keen to sign them up to their label and release a song.
A source said recently: "Top record companies have approached Kem and Chris as a duo and there are big offers on the table. They will be releasing a single.
"Fans have fallen in love with them on the show and the boys want to make the most of their musical talents. It's definitely not the last you'll see of Kem and Chris."