Shabby, one of the most talked about housemates of BB11, is among a group of young lesbians being filmed for the show, which follows the group preparing for a re-launch of the legendary lesbian nightclub.
The series will consist of six one-hour long episodes, following Shabby, club owner Gary Henshaw, DJ Lil Jo, model Dannii Oriso and bouncer Lucy, as they work to ready the club before it's relaunch. The show will follow both their professional and private lives.
The Daily Star has reported the show is to be a "grittier and more real" alternative to ITV2's glamorous hit The Only Way Is Essex and the new MTV reality show Geordie Shore.
Andrew O’Connell, Channel 5’s Head of Factual, said: “With this new commission we aim to highlight a world that has had little screen presence in the past. We’ll bring a glimpse of their lives straight into the homes of our viewers.”
The Candy Bar launches this spring, will you be watching? Will it put The Only Way Is Essex in the shade, or will it be a ratings disaster? Give us your predictions!