Megan McKenna has reportedly scored her own reality TV show on ITVBe.
The musical series will apparently follow Megan as she launches a pop career.
The Sun reports that the show will see Megan fly to America to record tracks for a country themed album.
"Megan has an incredible voice and singing is her greatest love," a source spilled to the tabloid. “It’s what she spends her downtime doing away from the cameras and to make it her main career is a dream come true.
“She’s been a long-time fan of Dolly Parton and loves that kind of country folk music so it makes sense to go to Nashville to lay down tracks with some of the best in that business to give her the biggest chance of success.”
Megan, who is perhaps best known for her recent appearances on TOWIE and Celebrity Big Brother, first started out her music career on Britain's Got Talent.
In fact, she previously made it to the live semi-finals of the show in 2009 alongside the likes of Susan Boyle and Diversity.
A part of two-piece vocal group Harmony with pal Demi, Megan sang for then-judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan eight years ago, performing What Is This Feeling? from the musical Wicked.
Simon Cowell told the pair: "I hated the song, I'm not crazy about the outfits... I hated the song... [but] I actually liked you."
The duo got three yeses and made it through and went on to sing in the live semi-finals where they performed Cyndi Lauper’s Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, getting slated by Simon.
"Everything was great other than the singing," he remarked. "The singing was sort of atrocious, but then again the Spice Girls were Number 1 here.
"I just think we should have changed months to years in terms of the rehearsals."