Kelly Brook The 36-year-old beauty - who is currently on her fourth engagement - is planning to dish the dirt on her failed love life when she joins the forthcoming Channel 5 programme 'It's Not Me, It's You' as one of the team captains.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "The show is very much on the same lines as 'Celebrity Juice', but focused on the world of relationships.
She began her TV career on Channel 4’s popular early morning show The Big Breakfast back in the 90s, and this week Kelly Brook is returning to her British television presenting roots.
She has resided in LA since 2014, to launch her stateside acting career, but has taken time out for a fun new series.
Meanwhile, Eamonn Holmes has already been announced as the host of the programme and he can't wait to get stuck in to the fun and games when filming kicks off soon.
The new couple went public in a string of Instagram selfies earlier this week, that showed them kissing while enjoying a romantic trip in Paris.
But on our show it’s great because it’s a role reversal. Vicky and I have had quite colourful love lives and they have all been quite well-documented in the media, so I think people can relate to a lot of our anecdotes and experiences because they have read about it or they have got an opinion on it. I think maybe from her Geordie Shore roots, people would assume that she is this serial dater, she is out on the scene with this guy and that guy, and she is much more deep than that.
In a new interview with The Sun’s Fabulous magazine, she reveals that the relationship is going well…
although the language barrier does pose something of a problem, confessing that his text messages to her “need translating”.
But Kelly will certainly have a head start as not only has she been proposed to three times before by Billy Zane, Thom Evans and David Mc Intosh but she's also had her fair share of relationships in the limelight, having previously dated Jason Statham, bad boy Danny Cipriani and Gethin Jones.
The show, which will be an eight-episode stint, will begin filming this summer, with the view that it'll go to air next year.