Dani Dyer has teased her family could "potentially" star in their own version of "The Osbournes" next year.
The "Love Island" winner has added fuel to the fire that she and her "EastEnders" actor father Danny Dyer will have their own TV series, by saying the possible programme could be like Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne's show - which aired between 2002 and 2005 on MTV and followed the famous family's wild antics during their day-to-day lives.
Asked to confirm whether or not talks have taken place, Dani told Roman Kemp on Capital Breakfast: "Yes, there's been talks about it, but we're gonna see.
"You know, it's one of them things that's just like once you commit, you commit."
Roman asked: "Yeah, and so that's them asking for you as a family?"
Dani replied: "Yeah, as a family. Oh god, I'm giving out some spoilers!"
When Roman suggested that it would be like "Keeping Up with the Kardashians", Dani said it would be more like "The Osbournes".
When pressed for more details, the 22-year-old beauty - who is dating Jack Fincham - hinted: "It could possibly, potentially happen next year, yeah."
Dani's dad Danny, 41 - who portrays Queen Vic owner Mick Carter in the BBC One soap - recently gave fans hope about the show, admitting he would do it "for the right money".
He said: "It'll either be brilliant and amazing, or a total car crash. Maybe we should give it to them for the right money?"
Danny said he's already working with his daughter on something top secret, and admitted he'd like them to both star on the big screen together.
He said: "We want to do a film together too, not just selling."