Lisa Armstrong is said to be in talks to host her own TV show, following her divorce from her ex-husband Ant McPartlin.
The Strictly Come Dancing make-up artist, 42, is said to have come up with the idea for the show herself. Insiders say it'll focus on empowering women coming out of a split.
With the working title The Strong Girl's Club, Lisa is thought to be securing a host of famous faces to appear on her new TV show.
An insider said: "Lisa has already started putting the feelers out to female celebrities that she knows who've been through break ups, people like Kerry Katona and Megan Barton-Hanson."
It's all very positive and not about trashing your ex – just about moving forward in life.
The source added that far from it being a show about women scorned, The Strong Girl's Club would be an upbeat take on life after a break up.
They said: "It's all very positive and not about trashing your ex – just about moving forward in life."
Insiders say that those close to Britain's Got Talent host Ant – who is now happily loved-up with the couple's former PA Anne-Marie Corbett – are worried that the show is an act of revenge towards him. They added that he feels like Lisa is "milking" their divorce.
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Lisa and Ant split at the end of 2017 after 11 years of marriage and 23 years together. It's thought his well-publicised painkiller addiction following a botched knee operation put their relationship under pressure.
After their split, Ant, 43, was arrested and found guilty of drink driving. He took a break from the spotlight and his TV commitments to check himself into rehab.
Anne-Marie has been by his side throughout his recovery and it's now thought the pair are ready to start a family together.
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