British girl band Girls Aloud are set to follow in the footsteps of pop peer Lily Allen and front their own TV show - after reportedly receiving an offer from the BBC worth more than $1 million (GBP500,000).
The Biology hitmakers are in talks to host an eight-part TV special for the U.K. broadcaster - expected to be called An Audience With Girls Aloud.
A source told Britain's Heat magazine, "The girls are yet to sign, but they have all agreed to it.
"They would each be paid GBP20,000 ($40,000) per show. The band is going strong and they all want to commit to it 100 per cent."
The show will see the five girls interviewing other celebrities.