Scarlett Moffatt to quit Gogglebox
- Bang Showbiz
- 5 December 2016
Scarlett Moffatt and her family are reportedly planning to quit 'Gogglebox' following her win on 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'
Scarlett Moffatt is planning to quit 'Gogglebox'.
The 26-year-old reality TV star - who made a name for herself watching television with her family - will reportedly decide to bow out of the programme now that she's been crowned queen of the 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' jungle in Sunday (04.12.16) night's show and is set to rake in "millions of pounds" from TV deals.
Scarlett's mother Betty told The Sun newspaper: "If we don't go back [to 'Gogglebox', we don't. That's up to Channel 4. It's opened a lot of doors for Scarlett and has enabled her to achieve some of her dreams. There's no negative. The thing I've enjoyed most is getting to spend time with her every week. She's not a celebrity, she's just our Scarlett."
Although it's believed the brunette beauty's career will explode following her stint in the jungle, Betty and her husband Mark don't think their daughter will let the success go to her head and will remain very "grounded" once she returns to the UK this week.
Betty - who works at a clothes store - explained: "She's very grounded and I hope she'll always stay like that. She just watches TV. She's a normal girl."
Producers from different channels have been watching Scarlett since she entered the jungle three weeks ago and have been in touch with her management about future television shows as they believe her witty one-liners will rake in viewers.
A source said recently: "There has even been talk of her fronting her own TV show.
"Scarlett will be ecstatic. She went into the jungle in the hope that it would lead to TV work. This is her chance to go from someone known for watching TV on her sofa to someone known for being on TV in her own right."
And it's not just television work that has come off the back of the jungle, as it's thought Scarlett has also been offered a publishing deal to pen her own autobiography.