Chloe Burrows has just landed this lucrative new TV job

The former islander is set to play a significant role on this huge TV job.

Though she has been forced to keep quiet, it has been made public by ITV that the 25-year-old reality TV star has been drafted in as a reserve on The Games.

Training for The Games

It is unclear as to whether or not she will be guaranteed a main slot on the show. However, Chloe is currently undergoing the exact same gruelling regime as the other stars. A well-connected source to the show has said:

Chloe has managed to keep it quiet but she has been busy training and meeting all the other stars. It’s a huge deal for her and a big TV gig – she’s excited to be a part of it.

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What other stars are taking part in the show?

It has also been revealed that TV and radio presenter, Will Njobvu is also a reserve for the show. According to a spokesperson for ITV:

Chloe Burrows and Will Njobvu are reserve competitors on the show and are training hard with the rest of the team in preparation for the live shows. They will take part in the competition in the event of any injury or illness and we are very excited to have them on board.

Other stars also include, another former Islander, Olivia Attwood and Real Housewives of Cheshire star, Christine McGuinness. Mel B’s daughter Phoenix Brown, song writer Chelcee Grimes and Harry Potter actor Josh Herdman will also be training to get in the best shape of their lives.

In total, 12 celebrities—six male and six female— will be going head-to-head in a variety of extremely demanding sporting challenges.

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