Scarlett Moffatt has let slip she is working on a new TV show featuring her family.
The Gogglebox star turned I'm A Celebrity Extra Camp co-host revealed the details at Sunday's TV BAFTAs.
"It is something different," she said of the project.
Scarlett teased to the Daily Star: “It is with my family... honestly, I can’t wait to tell everyone as I am so excited.
“I have probably said too much...”
She added: “Maybe it involves foreign travel.”
Scarlett rose to fame on Channel 4's Gogglebox in 2014 before taking part in I'm A Celebrity in 2016.
She now hosts its ITV2 spin-off Extra Camp alongside Joel Dommett and Joe Swash.
Together with her own show, it's been long rumoured that Scarlett could be lined up for Strictly Come Dancing.
But she said recently she was reluctant to take part because she doesn’t want the public to turn on her for having dance experience.
Recent series of the BBC show have seen some viewers criticise bosses for hiring stars who already have a ballroom background.
And Scarlett, a child dance champion and qualified teacher, doesn’t want to be their latest target.
Speaking on Heart FM earlier this year, she said: “I feel like I’ve got a bit of an advantage.
“People don’t like it when people can already dance on that show. That’s the thing about TV, they want to see a journey.”
During a later appearance on Lorraine, she elaborated that she “would love” to take part.
“I feel like, because I can already dance, would people hate me for that?” she pondered again.
“I mean, I haven’t danced for eight years. Sign me up! I might just pretend I'm really bad!”
Scarlett added that, should she ever sign up for Strictly, her dream professional partner would be Anton Du Beke.
“I love Anton, I feel like we would have a giggle,” she laughed.
Strictly Come Dancing airs on BBC One.
I'm A Celebrity airs on ITV with Extra Camp on ITV2.