Celebrity Big Brother winner Chantelle Houghton is to get her own TV show.
Chantelle has lived in the spotlight since winning Big Brother
The 22-year-old won after convincing fellow contestants she was a singer, when in fact she had been put into the show to fool them.
Since leaving the show she has been followed by cameras for an E4 show called Chantelle: Living the Dream, which begins on 22 February.
It will follow her attempts to make it as a real pop star as well as her arrival on the celebrity party circuit.
Houghton, a promotions worker from Wickford, Essex, beat TV presenter Michael Barrymore to be crowned the winner of the fourth series of Celerity Big Brother.
Much of the focus of her time in the house was on her budding relationship with Ordinary Boys singer Preston, who already had a girlfriend on the outside.
Since they both left the show, both have extensively appeared in magazines giving interviews, seemingly giving contradictory answers about their supposed relationship.
The six week series will be repeated on Channel 4's youth strand T4 from 12 March.