Goodness! Is Scarlett Moffatt the luckiest girl in the world?
It surely seems like it as her future now looks set to making telly programmes rather than watching them with her family.
After making her debut on Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway – which saw a massive ratings boost – the 26-year-old Googlebox star and I’m A Celeb winner has landed her own show.
According to sources Scarlett is the next big thing and is in massive demand and already has Channel 4 interested in her being part of a new pilot show called The Comedy Project.
Not much is known about the show but it’s believed she will be on stage by comedians, impressionists and improvisers who will perform sketches.
“Channel 4 feel they created her through Gogglebox and don’t want to lose her to ITV,” a telly snitch told The Sun.
“She was the first celebrity who they approached to do the pilot for The Comedy Project, which is likely to become a big show for them.”
This means it now looks likely that she and her family look likely to return to the show that made her famous.
Viewers were upset his week that Gogglebox producers had cut the Moffat family from the show as Scarlett and become too famous.
But apparently her parents are thrilled that her career is really taking off.
She recently hosted the National Television Awards alongside Ant and Dec and is teaming up with Alan Carr for a new entertainment series.
She is also set to front new series of dating show Streetmate which has previously catapulted Davina McCall and holly Willoughby to household fame.