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Lateysha Grace 'in talks for her own reality show'

Published 25/08/2016

Lateysha Grace
Lateysha Grace

She's already appeared in The Valleys and Big Brother, but now Lateysha Grace is said to be in talks a new MTV reality series which will follow her as she attempts to make it as a star in London.

Former Big Brother star Lateysha Grace is reportedly in talks to front her own reality show on MTV.

The 23-year-old initially made a name for herself on the network's The Valleys, before appearing on Channel 5 series Big Brother earlier this year (16). As well as winning over viewers with her sense of humour on the show, Lateysha also found herself going viral when her dress burst open while she tweaked it on Big Brother’s Bit on the Side.

Now MTV bosses are said to be planning to capitalise on her notoriety by creating a series which will focus on Lateysha as she attempts to make it as a star in London.

"Lateysha dreams of being a huge reality star and knows MTV can make it happen for her," a source told The Sun newspaper.

“Despite being knocked out well before the final, Lateysha was the stand-out star of Big Brother and MTV know there is demand to see what she does next."

As well as following Lateysha as she makes her next career move, the series will also apparently show a different side of the reality star - as a mother.

Her daughter Wynter turns one next month (Sep16) and Lateysha has just reunited with Wynter's father in real life.

“She was living with her daughter Wynter in Port Talbot (Wales) before going on the show but now she is moving to London to reignite her career," the source added.

"She’s just got back together with her daughter’s dad Ben Charles and bosses at the channel know it will be TV gold seeing what she gets up to with him as she tries to make it as a star in London."

Lateysha's involvement in MTV show The Valleys, which ran from 2012 to 2014, was one of the main reasons it was a hit among viewers.

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