Love Island 2017 duo Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay have bagged their own ITV2 series, it's been reported.
Following the end of Love Island's latest series many were demanding more from the pair's antics, including a number of famous faces.
Girls Aloud star Nicola Roberts tweeted: "What are @itv2 going to do about providing us with future Chris & Kem viewing. This can't be it. #loveisland"
Well it seems as though TV bosses were listening because it's been said that a two-part series on ITV2 to air this year is already underway.
A TV insider told The Sun newspaper: “Kem and Chris will begin filming for their brand new show this week.
“The series will be all about their bromance and what happened from the point of them leaving the villa until now.
“It has been commissioned as a two-part series at the moment – with the thought to develop it into a longer running show.”
The duo are on course to make millions after the Love Island final and some have even compared the pair to Ant and Dec.
"I think we're funnier!" Chris said of the Geordie duo.
He added in a new interview this week: "I know it sounds weird but I've never clicked like that with someone. We never grated on each other, it was a proper bond."
But while Chris and Kem's bromance continues to blossom, their real relationships have been hit with split claims.
Kem denied that he and Amber were on the rocks already while Chris was forced to insist he and Olivia hadn't separated over pictures of her with an ex.
Love Island will return to ITV2 next summer for a fourth series.