Former Big Brother star Tully Smyth has her sights set on a reality TV comeback.
The influencer revealed on her podcast Too Much Tully this week that she’s hoping to be picked for Big Brother’s upcoming celebrity season.
‘I’ve already got so many people like, “Are you going to go on it?”,’ she told her co-host Kate Lancaster.
Ready for a comeback? Former Big Brother star Tully Smyth is keen to appear on the upcoming celebrity edition of the reality series
‘I would love to do it, just putting it out there, I would love to do Big Brother VIP!’ she gushed.
Tully added that she’d prefer if Big Brother did an ‘all stars version’ instead of a celebrity edition, because then she’d have more of a chance at getting cast.
The influencer first shot to fame on the tenth season of the show back in 2013.
She’s now a podcaster and has been making her co-host rewatch her season of the reality series so they can discuss it each week.
Remember me? The influencer first shot to fame on the tenth season of the show back in 2013
This isn’t the first time that the professional Instagrammer has attempted to return to the reality TV spotlight.
She recently threw her hat in the ring for the next season of The Bachelorette by commenting on a casting notice asking people to tag the ideal next lead for the series.
The 32-year-old was one of the first people to comment on the post, writing: ‘Can you tag yourself?’
A fan then responded, ‘I vote Tully!’ which Tully quickly double tapped to ‘like’.
Is she the one? Former Big Brother star Tully is also eyeing a role as the lead on the next season of The Bachelorette
It’s not the first time that the influencer has publicly expressed her desire to front the Channel 10 reality series.
Last year, she told news.com.au that she’d love to become the next Bachelorette, but couldn’t ever see herself signing up for Married At First Sight.
‘I think originally it was a great concept, but over the years, it’s kind of transformed into a different kind of beast and it’s just not something I can get behind,’ she said of the controversial channel Nine show.
She’s keen! The star recently threw her hat in the ring for the dating series by commenting on a casting notice asking people to tag the ideal next Bachelorette in the comments
The Instagram model has recently pivoted into the podcast space with her own show, Too Much Tully.
However, the podcast has been plagued with negative reviews from trolls since it launched last year.
Posting a picture of one of the bad reviews, Tully begged her followers to leave positive reviews of the show on Apple.
‘To everyone except this Karen,’ she wrote. ‘If you ARE enjoying Too Much Tully, it would truly mean the world if you rated it + left your thoughts.’
New venture: The Instagram influencer has recently pivoted into the podcast space with her own show, Too Much Tully
In another post, the former reality star opened up about the ‘hate and vitriol’ she’s been receiving lately.
‘This week has been really rough for me,’ she wrote.
‘I have always tried to lead with love and positivity but sometimes the hate and vitriol is deafening,’ she continued.
‘People seem even angrier and ready to attack than usual and it’s all too much for me right now, so I’m having a breather.’
Tully’s desperate plea seemed to work briefly, with a handful of glowing five star reviews appearing on Apple in the months since.
Backlash: The podcast has been plagued with negative reviews from trolls since it launched last year