Celebrity Big Brother's Jeremy McConnell and Stephanie Davis could be set for their very own reality show.
The pair first appeared in 2016's January's series where they hooked up before things quickly turned very messy on the outside.
The former couple got embroiled in a paternity dispute over Stephanie's new born baby Caben-Albi but are now apparently back on speaking terms.
Not only that, they could be set to score their very own reality show, The Sun newspaper reports.
The programme would follow Jeremy, Steph and their son Caben-Albi.
"Steph and Jeremy are the hottest property in the reality TV world at the moment and producers are keen to get them their own show," a source spilled. “It would be a ratings winner and the pair could walk away with over £50,000.”
It follows rumours that the pair are also wanted for a return to the CBB house.
Last week it was reported that the pair were 'top of the wishlist' for celebrities on this summer's new Celebrity Big Brother series.
It's expected that the new run will again be an All Star special, supposedly titled 'Summer Legends' to celebrate the 20th series.
A source spilled to The Sun newspaper: "Jeremy really enjoyed Celebrity Big Brother the first time round and would love to be a part of the Summer Legends series.
“A lot has happened since he last appeared on the show between him and Stephanie, but he knows them both joining the line-up would make incredible telly, and he’s keen to keep his profile up."
A spokesperson for Celebrity Big Brother told the publication: “We never comment on speculation around future housemates.”
In December last year Stephanie revealed she had been asked to take part in the most recent Celebrity Big Brother series which started in January.
She explained: "I was asked to return to the show but I'll be at home focusing on being the best mum I can be, that's for sure.
"I thank CBB for so much though and for the journey it put me on. If it wasn't for them, I wouldn't have my son."
Celebrity Big Brother will return to Channel 5 in the summer.