Katie Price has signed up for a second series of "My Crazy Life".
The 39-year-old star "couldn't turn down" the chance to shoot another season of the reality TV show because it gives her the perfect opportunity to set the record straight about her life following a series of devastating events.
A TV insider said: "Katie knows that her life has once again played out in the public eye and there's nothing she dislikes more than rumours.
"She couldn't turn down the opportunity of filming a second series so fans can have direct access to her personal life and she can set the record straight."
Katie has endured a turbulent time of late after suffering a miscarriage, splitting from her cheating husband Kieran Hayler and discovering her mother has a terminal illness.
The source added: "Filming starts next month and she is over the moon that the first series was such a success.
"Her fans have given her a lot of strength to get through some very dark times recently."
The first "My Crazy Life" series saw Katie and Kieran - who have kids Jett, four, and Bunny, three - arguing over speculation she was getting close to DJ Tom Zanetti when they worked on a song in Miami, and fans are keen to hear more intimate details about her life in the second season.
An official spokeswoman told The Sun newspaper: ""Katie Price: My Crazy Life" was a great success for Quest Red and our viewers are unsurprisingly very keen for more Katie."
Katie - who also has children Junior, 12, and Princess, 10, with ex Peter Andre and 15-year-old Harvey with former boyfriend Dwight Yorke - recently admitted she fears having "some kind of breakdown" following the recent devastating events in her life.
She said: "I feel like I am in shock and I don't know what I am doing, what I am feeling. This isn't a normal situation. To go through so much in such a short time is stressful. It is difficult to cope. I don't know how I am doing it. But I don't want to be a victim. I am a survivor. But I do worry what tomorrow brings. I worry I will wake up and have some kind of breakdown, that it will all become too much.
"I am hurting. I am only human. My friends think I should talk to somebody but I'm just working and being a good mum, doing things that keep me sane, keep me happy. I don't want to sit in a corner and be depressed, to wallow. I am trying to be upbeat and happy. Bad luck comes in threes, doesn't it? Surely that's me done."