JLS singer JB Gill wants to star in his own farming reality show with dancer girlfriend Chloe Tangney after buying a deer farm.
JLS star JB Gill wants to star in a farming reality TV show.
The singer is planning on setting up a deer farm in Scotland now the boy band have split up and would like to give TV a go with his girlfriend Chloe Tangney after his band mate Marvin Humes and wife Rochelle guest presented on 'This Morning'.
JB told The Sun newspaper: ''I might have a Katie and Peter-style reality TV series.
''It would have to be right for me. My aim is to set the farm up as a business, and everything after that has to be right for myself, my girlfriend and my family.''
JB runs the farm with his father, Keith Gill, and he wants it to be a long-term family business.
He previously said: ''The farm for me is an ongoing thing, it's an investment. It's something that's different and close to my heart. My dad's involved in it with me, so I guess it's a father and son thing that we can get stuck into.''
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