Gogglebox star Stephen Lustig-Webb hints at next TV project after exit from show

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Gogglebox star Stephen Lustig-Webb has teased that he and husband Daniel may have another TV project in the works following their recent exit from the Channel 4 show.

Stephen, who has been a regular on Gogglebox since the show's inception in 2013, confirmed the couple's decision to step down earlier this month.

However, he has now hinted that fans might be seeing more of them on their TV screens due to "new opportunities in the pipeline".

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Speaking to The Sun, Stephen said: "I think that chapter is closed for now. It's 10 years and it's time to move on and see what else is out there.

"We filmed our final scenes last series and it's been shown already. There have been a few opportunities in the pipeline but I'm not going to say too much just yet."

While Stephen remained tight-lipped about the opportunities he and Daniel have been offered, he did open up about some of the other shows he'd be willing to take part in.

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"If I was approached, I would like to do Celeb Bear Grylls – I think I could cope really well. But the worst part of the experience would be eating stuff – something like rats would be my nightmare," he shared.

Stephen continued: "I hope we get to do more reality TV – you never know. I do love I'm A Celeb. I do like to eat. But I think that chapter of the Gogglebox is closed for now. I've handed over the baton.

"Once you step over to the other side, you can't go back. We don't obviously get to meet the other cast mates, they are all around the country, but our favourites are Dave and Shirley, and Izzi and Ellie."

Gogglebox airs and streams on Friday nights at 9pm on Channel 4.

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