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Amber Rose 'to host chat show'

Published 13/08/2015

Amber Rose
Amber Rose

Amber Rose will leave no stone un-turned when hosting her own TV talk show, according to reports.

The 31-year-old is never far from the headlines, whether it's about her relationship with her ex Wiz Khalifa or defending herself against criticism.

It seems her outspoken nature hasn't gone unnoticed, as Radar Online reports Amber is on the verge of signing a deal for her own chat show in the US.

“Amber’s working with a top production team, and they already shot the pilot in LA,” an insider said. “She’s really excited.”

The source adds that fans can expect to see Amber on their TV screens soon, and that a contract will be confirmed in the near future.

They also reveal the curvaceous blonde is planning to give the audience an inside look at her own life. Amber has famously been embroiled in a bitter feud with sisters Kim, 34, and Khloé Kardashian, 31, previously dating Kim's husband Kanye West. She's also a mother to little boy Sebastian, two, who she has with Wiz, so there's certainly plenty to discuss on her programme.

“She’ll definitely talk a lot about her own life,” the source added. “Producers are counting on her to just be herself! She’ll also help other people resolve their issues.”

It appears she and Wiz have finally put their differences aside, nearly a year after filing for divorce last September. Amber posed alongside her ex and actor Ryan Hansen in a recent photo, which the Veronica Mars star shared on Instagram.

The former couple were all smiles, with Ryan joking he's been helping them through their break-up.

"Proud to announce my new gig as Divorce Counselor for@mistercap and @amberrose

#boysofzummer (sic)" he wrote alongside the snap.

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