The daughter of I'm A Celebrity and motorcycling legend Carl Fogarty is expected to touch down in South Africa to become a contestant on Love Island.
Claudia Fogarty will follow in the footsteps of her 57-year-old Superbike star father, Carl - who became a reality star by winning I’m A Celeb back in 2014 - by dipping her toe into the reality world herself as a contestant on the ITV2 reality romance show.
Claudia has amassed almost 20 thousands followers on Instagram - where she highlights the fact that she is a businesswoman.
The aspiring TV star runs a clothing boutique called Storm Fashion alongside her older sister Danielle - and the pair frequently support their ambitions online.
A TV insider has discussed Claudia’s plans to enter the Love Island villa with The Sun on Sunday, telling the publication: “Claudia is ready to strut into the villa imminently.
“She’s classy, beautiful and well educated and is set to have all the boys fighting over her.
“Her life might be glamorous but family means everything to her and she’d love to meet the man of her dreams and settle down. But she’s promised not to be too raunchy, to save Dad’s blushes."
Dad Carl is a former motorcycle racer and one of the most successful World Superbike racers of all time.
The current ninth season of Love Island has been airing for just under three weeks - with plenty of drama and sizzling action taking place in the South African sunshine.
Daughter Claudia would have the chance to rub shoulders with a string of handsome chaps - including Essex boy Ron Hall.
The sparkly eyed lad surprised fans this weekend when cameras were allowed into his family home in England during a segment on Love Island spin off show After Sun.
Former Love Island star Indiyah Polack and Made in Chelsea's Sam Thompson took fans on a tour around the extensive property, starting with the long driveway leading up to the front door.
Viewers were then shown around an open-plan living space complete with a kitchen, living room and dining area.
The kitchen has four ovens and a huge dining table for Ron to fit all of his guests on.
Indiyah and Sam relaxed on a grey L-shaped sofa in front of a large flat screen TV which was mounted to the wall.
The lavish living space also featured a wood burner which has been built in to the wall.
The hosts also showed fans Ron's spacious garden which is home to a flock of chickens, before taking viewers on a tour of the islander's bedroom which is complete with his own en suite.
Many fans were astonished by Ron’s luxurious home and have argued that he won’t need the £50,000 prize money should he go on to win the current contest.
The main show has, however, been leaving some viewers wanting more as there have been complaints ‘twists’ in the current series have fallen flat.
Friday night’s episode sparked an online backlash as a "pointless" cliffhanger aired amid a "boring" dumping twist.
Amid reports of a double dumping being on the cards, host Maya Jama returned to the villa with some big news and soon confirmed this was to be the case.
But before she announced the names of those going, the episode ended - with fans calling out the show for dragging out the eliminations.
Love Island airs every night at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.