Victoria Beckham has reportedly signed a multi-million dollar deal with US television network NBC to star in her own reality show.
The 32-year-old star has already been busy hobnobbing with Hollywood A-listers in recent weeks ahead of her family's move to the States this summer, when her footballer husband David begins his $250 million (£127 million) five-year contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy soccer team.
According to Victoria's manager, Simon Fuller, NBC have decided to commission the show after being attracted by the star's "hilarious sense of humour".
Former Spice Girls manager Fuller, who oversaw Victoria's initial rise to fame, told the Evening Standard Newspaper: "The Americans were falling over themselves to sign Victoria up for a TV show but we had to choose the right deal for her.
"NBC won out in the end as they have really taken a shine to Vic's hilarious sense of humour and they want to capitalise on this."
However, reports claim that the new reality project will be a one-woman show and that David Beckham and the couple's three sons will not star in the upcoming fly-on-the-wall feature.