Singer/rapper Olivia is re-launching herself as a reality TV star - 50 Cent's former protegee has landed a deal with cable channel VH1.
The Candy Shop star has been out of the spotlight since she was dropped from 50 Cent's G-Unit Records in 2007, but she is attempting to kick-start her career with a new Universal record deal and an upcoming TV show.
Olivia has been banned from revealing further details about the programme, but insists it will be hot.
She says, "I got a lot of big things in the works and I haven't touched on my VH1 show.
"I can't talk too much about that, but the girl will be on fire this summer. I'm about to be shutting a lot of people down, I'm excited. I just gave you the best insight, I told you it was on VH1. I can't tell you (more than) that, I'm under contract."
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