Mexican pop star Gloria Trevi is making the transition into the reality Tv industry to give fans a behind-the-scenes look at her work and personal life.
The singer has teamed up with producers at Telemundo-affiliated network mun2 for Sin Filtros Y Sin Complejos (Unfiltered and Unapologetic), which will follow her as she completes her De Pelicula tour across the Americas.
Trevi isn't the first Latin star to land her own reality show - singer Larry Hernandez and the late Jenni Rivera also found success on the small screen.
News of the show comes six months after Trevi threatened legal action against the producers of new biopic Gloria, starring Sofia Espinosa as the singer, insisting she didn't authorise the script.
The movie is set to tell the story of Trevi's glittering 1990s music career, which came crashing down in 2000 when she was arrested in Brazil along with her manager, Sergio Andrade, on suspicion of luring kids into a child porn ring.
She spent almost five years behind bars before she was cleared of the charges in 2004.
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