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Kelly Brook 'to air romance dramas on relationship panel show'

Kelly Brook is reportedly set to use her chequered romantic history as inspiration when she appears on upcoming relationship panel show It's Not Me, It's You.

Kelly Brook is reportedly set to appear as a team captain on upcoming relationship panel show It's Not Me, It's You.

The 36-year-old model and presenter is preparing to use her chequered romantic history as inspiration for the Channel 5 series, which will air later this year (16), according to The Sun newspaper.

"The show is very much on the same lines as Celebrity Juice, but focused on the world of relationships," a source told the publication.

"It’s the classic panel show set-up but will be centred on dating, with rounds on drunken chat-up lines and couples leaving the honeymoon period. Filming starts later this month (May16) and, all being well, it will be on screens later this year."

The show is set to be hosted by Eamonn Holmes and will see Kelly compete against comedian Katherine Ryan as the other team captain.

Their panels will be filled by different celebrity guests every week, with The Sun reporting that show bosses are keen to get former The X Factor contestant Stacey Solomon, ex professional footballer Chris Kamara and comedian Chris Ramsey on the teams.

Kelly is no stranger to tangled love stories, having been engaged four times. She is currently set to wed French model Jeremy Parisi, while Billy Zane, Thom Evans and David McIntosh have all previously popped the question to the stunning brunette. Among her other previous boyfriends are Jason Statham, Gethin Jones and Danny Cipriani.

It's Not Me, It's You will also mark Kelly's first return to the small screen since she attempted to break into U.S. television with sitcom One Big Happy, which was axed last year (15) following just six episodes.

After the show was cancelled, Kelly posted a snap of herself and her castmates on Instagram, writing: "The most incredible, creatively challenging and most rewarding job I have ever had. I will miss this Family so much.

"We Laughed, Cried and ate a lot of Cheese together over the past 18months. Friendships for Life not just a Season. I wish you all the best and can't wait to see you go on and Shine in other projects and your own individual ones. I learnt so much from everyone of you. Love you with all my heart. Going off to cry now."

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