Geordie Shore’s Chloe Ferry lands her own MTV show to rival Charlotte Crosby

Chloe Ferry looks set to become the next British reality star to take her fame to a new level after entering talks for her own TV show.

The outgoing Geordie Shore gal has sat down with MTV bosses this week to talk about the project which could see her take on her former co-star Charlotte Crosby in the all important battle for ratings.

A source told Daily Star Online: "Chloe met with MTV bosses on Thursday this week to talk about her getting her own show.

"Exact details are yet to be confirmed but she is really excited about the deal – it's been a long time coming."

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Chatting exclusively to Daily Star Online at the Elbrook Gala Dinner in support of the British Asian Trust at Chak 89, Chloe teased: "Yes, I have something up my sleeve which is very very good.

"It is something that I am doing on my own… it's just about me.

"It will be out maybe next year, hopefully sooner."

Pushed about the prospect of her own TV show, Chloe smiled before adding: "You never know.

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"Well, you will have to wait and see.

"I don't know why people are interested in me.

"Maybe it is because I just don't care and I am dead down to earth."

A rep for MTV declined to comment when contacted by Daily Star Online.

In just a few days time Chloe will return to the Geordie Shore house to start filming on series 20.

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As well as Chloe and Charlotte, Vicky Pattison also previously bagged herself her own TV series.

Unlike Charlotte's fly-on-the-wall Kardashian style series, the former Queen of the Jungle opted for a structured mini-series.

In 2015 she hosted Judge Geordie, a kooky take on ITV hit Judge Rinder.

The programme saw Vicky try and settle feuds between friends and family.

However, despite the initial buzz around the show it wasn't renewed for a second series.

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