Celebs Go Dating is set for an overhaul - if it makes a comeback.
The latest season of the E4 celebrity dating show was the most watched yet, but changes are afoot.
A fifth season has not yet been confirmed - but Nadia Essex says things could be different if it does return.
"There's an opportunity at the moment," she told OK! Magazine. "We've done four really good series and I think now there's an opportunity to look at what works, and what maybe doesn't, and refresh it."
"In terms of going into the next series, we could make it something that's phenomenal," Nadia explained.
Without revealing any actual details, she added: "We've got the backbone, we've got the ground and I hope we use this opportunity."
Celebs Go Dating's receptionist Tom Read Wilson last week revealed as yet E4 had not confirmed a fifth series.
"I know that, sort of, [another series is] vaguely on the cards but I don't think it's very definitely on the cards," he explained.
Earlier this month it was claimed a 'backstage feud' between dating agents Nadia and Eden Blackman could cause problems for the show.
"Nadia and Eden’s feud is getting worse and it was so awkward by the end of the finale. Everyone was so happy for a break," a source spilled to The Sun newspaper.
They claimed there was tension over tabloid stories surrounding Eden and his own relationships.
“Nadia and Eden need to make up and sort it out to keep bosses happy," the source added. “They want the stars and their dates making the headlines, not the warring experts.”
However Tom has played down the reports and said: "I am fairly confident [Eden and Nadia] will come back."
Those on the Celeb Go Dating cast last time included Love Island's 'Muggy Mike' Thalassitis, singer Tallia Storm and her ex Seb Morris. They were joined by Hollywood's Jonathan Lipnicki, Olympian Jade Jones, comedian London Hughes and TOWIE's Gemma Collins.
Completing the line up are Made In Chelsea’s Sam Thompson and Ollie Locke.
Celebs Go Dating airs on E4.