TOMMY Fury won't star in Meet The Furys with his brother Tyson as he focuses on his own show with Molly-Mae.
Fans hoped the 20-year-old Love Island star would join his older brother on screen after the boxer, 31, announced he'd landed an Osbourne-style ITV reality series with his family.
But Tyson cleared up rumours today when he appeared on Good Morning Britain and told Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid that his successful sibling has landed his own telly deal.
Susanna, 47, quizzed: "Tyson, you've had cameras following you around everywhere now for your new reality show Meet The Furys. Is your brother joining you in it?"
Tyson replied: "They've been following mne around for the last few months, it will show Tyson Fury as a husband a father a son and a boxer, an every day person, it's a real behind the scenes show of my life.
"Tommy doesn't make an appearance, but Tommy has got his own TV show I believe as well."
The four-part series will follow Tommy's brother boxing legend Tyson Fury as he defends his heavyweight title against arch-rival Deontay Wilder.
Meanwhile, Tommy told The Sun Online Molly-Mae will join him on screen as they film their own series after buying a house together.
The Love Island couple have gone from strength to strength since leaving the villa despite online trolls claiming their relationship is fake.
"We're both doing marvellous things," Tommy told The Sun Online's Big Interview at the launch of his boohooMAN collaboration.
"We're both really happy. We've bought an apartment in Manchester and we're going to move in together.
now they've got their home sorted, the reality show is most likely to film inside to reveal what their relationship is like behind the scenes since Love Island.
"What me and Molly have is so special, and people have taken a liking to it after watching it for eight weeks," Tommy added.
"How we were then is exactly what we're like on the outside. We've obviously got something about us that people have taken an interest in, so let's wait and see."
Tommy and Molly-Mae finished up in second place, pipped to the post by Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea who are now set to be millionaires by Christmas.
But Tommy insists he's not interested in money – despite raking it in with £5,000-an-hour PAs and charging £30 per selfie.
"Money comes and goes," he says.
"As long as you've got your family and health, that's all that matters.
"Money is not a big thing for me at all. As long as you're happy in life and you've got your friends and family that's all you need."
Before his reality TV stint, Tommy was following in the footsteps of his boxing champ brother Tyson Fury.
He has already competed in two official fights so far and is planning a return to the ring next year.
Tommy says the sport and his tough upbringing taught him to be a man at 11 years old – and now he's proud to be a family man who has "good morals".
"I'm only 20, but I've had a lot happen to me and I've not had the easiest of lives," Tommy said.
"It teaches you to be a man. I've been like this since I was 11 years old. I've had to do a lot of things by myself.
"I'm a big believer in if you want something, you've got to go out and get it because nothing will ever be given to you in life.
"I've got good morals, my family has raised me really well. I'm just the man I am and I wouldn't change for anybody."
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