Is there anything this girl can't do?

It’s fair to say reality star Scarlett Moffatt is doing pretty well for herself.

The former Goggleboxer not only went on to become Queen of the Jungle, but she’s since found herself presenting The National Television Awards and bagged a prime-time spot on Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

Oh yeah and she also released a fitness DVD after dropping an incredible three stone in a few months. Not a bad years work, ey Scar?

But now it looks like the 26-year-old may have just landed herself her biggest job yet – as the host of her very own prime-time show called The Comedy Project.

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YAS girl!

And as it turns out, the sneaky star has already filmed a secret pilot of the show in front of a live, studio audience at the Pinewood Studios in London.

Such a funny night tonight 😂 pre Saturday night take away dinner 😊 #saturdaynight #takeaway

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Joining the newly single star on stage will be a load of comedians, impressionists and improvisers who will hopefully be making us all LOL on a Friday night.

Wait, hold on. Isn’t that the same night as another telly show Scarlett and her family were recently dropped from? Hmm maybe a certain channel is missing her already…

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‘Channel 4 feel they created her through Gogglebox and don’t want to lose her to ITV,’ a source revealed to The Sun.

‘She was the first celebrity who they approached to do the pilot for The Comedy Project, which is likely to become a big show for them.’

Although Scarlett and her parents, Betty and Mark, found fame on Gogglebox, the whole family were dramatically cut from the show after Scarlett became TV’s hottest property leaving A LOT of people upset (including us).

Luckily the I’m A Celeb star probably isn’t too bothered considering she absolutely killed her debut on Saturday Night Takeaway winning heaps of praise from fans and also completely smashing the ratings war against the finale of Gary Barlow’s Let It Shine.

And, tbh it wasn’t even close after SNT achieved an amazing 8.7million viewers at it’s peak while the BBC talent show peaked at just 4.5million. Impressive, right?

We can’t say we’re surprised at the northern lass’ success though considering she had us in stitches from the very beginning.

Congrats Scar, you deserve it!