Model turned singer Nadia Forde is in talks with ITV about appearing in another reality TV show.
The Dubliner shot to fame after being on a contestant on the channel's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here show before Christmas.
"That's a definite possibility, absolutely yeah. There's a great opportunity coming but nothing that can be talked about yet," she told the Herald.
"ITV have been amazing to me, I met them for the first time just under a year ago and it's definitely a relationship that's going to go on from there.
"They were amazing to work with. There will be future projects but I can't say what.
"I feel really happy with the work that I do on TV - it's definitely an area that I want to explore more," she added.
She is currently working between London and Dublin and has been attending lots of award shows, including the Baftas last weekend.
"It was the most daunting red carpet I have ever done in my life, my knees were knocking. I shot a short film last year in LA and they're the people that asked me to go with them," she said.
"I wore a cream dress by Catherine Walker who was one of Princess Diana's favourite designers.
"I went in to do my fitting and they were like 'You have from 5pm until 6pm because Kate Middleton (inset) is coming in at 6pm' and I was like 'Oh my God'."
The 25-year-old brunette was recently named as the face of dating site match.com but says she doesn't asked on many dates.
"I really am single, it's just not a priority for me at the moment," she said.
"I did get offers from two lads to go to their debs at The Wedding Ringer premiere the other night which was funny," she added.
Nadia was on the Ha'penny Bridge to let people know that throughout today Dublin City Council will be handing out Aldi flowers and Irish chocolates for Saint Valentine's Day on three different Dublin bridges - the Ha'penny Bridge, Capel Street Bridge and the Millennium Bridge.