The pair have both said they want to appear on ITV2's Love Island, despite their ongoing relationship with one another.
Ellie, who previously took part in ITV2's reality show Ibiza Weekender, told The Sun newspaper: “Love Island? Oh literally, I just love TV stuff, I love working in this kind of thing, I think it’s fun.”
“I’m somebody who just falls into somebody’s trap. If they give me just a little bit of attention I’m like ‘oh! they like me!’ So Love Island would be the perfect show for me."
Sam shared similar feelings, say he'd "definitely" be up for a stint in the Love Island villa next summer.
"You only live once at the end and it’s experience isn’t it. So yeah, I would definitely love to do another show," he said.
Sam went on: “I’ve always wanted to do Big Brother because it’s been on a lot longer than Love Island.
"I've always wanted to do Big Brother, always. So obviously, when I got the opportunity, I just took it, I didn’t think of anything else.
“And now I’ve done it, I’m buzzing.”
Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5 with the final this Friday night.
Love Island will return in summer of 2018 on ITV2 with what will be its fourth series.