Holly Hagan is reportedly being lined for "Celebrity Big Brother" - for the third time.
The former "Geordie Shore" beauty is said to be "seriously considering" following in the footsteps of her former co-stars Marnie Simpson and Charlotte Crosby by taking part in the forthcoming series of the reality TV show because she's desperate to get herself back into the limelight, but this isn't the first time she's spoken with bosses.
A source told The Sun Online: "Holly has been for an interview with show bosses and is seriously considering going on. In a lot of ways, it's perfect timing - she's single, she has left Geordie Shore and she thinks she could do well on the show.
"Marnie and Charlotte came out of the house to loads of work offers and TV projects and Holly's worried that with all the new reality stars, people will forget about her.
"She wants to be back on TV and raise her profile again."
The 25-year-old star was put forward for the three years ago show, but she claimed bosses turned her down because she wasn't "sexy" enough for screen time.
She said last year: "I've interviewed for it twice, but they didn't like how I looked.
"The first time was three years ago. I had red hair and I was bigger, so I didn't have the sexy image they wanted. The second time I had brown hair and I'd lost weight, but I'd grown up and they said, "She's not the girl we met two years ago." "
Not much is known about the forthcoming series of "Celebrity Big Brother" but it'll hit screens on January 2, 2018, and will see an all-female cast head into the iconic house in commemoration of 100 years since women won the right to vote.
A statement from Channel 5 said: "Presented by Emma Willis, "Celebrity Big Brother" will initially explore how the all-female housemates interact, from politicians to performing artists, as they enter the house first, ahead of the celebrity male housemates. Over the course of the series, as the male counterparts enter the house, the housemates will take part in a series of entertaining tasks and hidden experiments which will test their - and our - assumptions, challenge gender stereotypes and reveal fascinating truths about what it is to be a woman - and man - in the 21st century."