- Love Island's Ovie is making a new one-off show for BBC Three.
- Ovie: Life After Reality TV will see him decide whether he should pursue his basketball career or a life in the spotlight.
While 2020 has been a pretty rough year for most of us so far, things haven't been so bad for Love Island's Ovie Soko. First, it was revealed the basketball player will be releasing his own book You Are Dope, and now it's been announced he'll also be fronting his very own TV show.
Working with BBC Three, Ovie has made a documentary exploring what options he has after finding fame on a reality show. Should he use his celeb status to build a new career in the limelight or should he go back to his first love of playing basketball?
Helping him with the decision, the 29-year-old will be talking to a number of celebrities for the one-off titled Ovie: Life After Reality TV, including former Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison and TOWIE's Mario Falcone.
While Vicky, who appeared on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here in 2015, is still very much in the public eye, Mario has taken a step back from the spotlight following his time on the ITV series.
The pair will offer advice based on their own experiences, but will Ovie choose basketball or a life in the spotlight? Either way, we're happy to have him back on our screens.
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