Gemma Collins plans to become a DJ in clubs.
The 39-year-old star is taking lessons so she can offer herself to play at clubs following the coronavirus pandemic which is expected to earn her up to £25,000 per gig.
A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: “Gemma has been asked to DJ at parties and events loads of times in the past but she’s never known how, so has had to turn them down. But now a pal has offered to teach her and she is raring to go.
“It’s a really lucrative business and she could easily make more from one gig than lots of people make in a year. Lots of events and club nights won’t think twice about paying big money to get Gemma, she’s such a great character and is bound to draw in punters.
“Her thinking is that the country will need a bit of fun when things start to reopen and she wants to provide that. She is a massive music fan and has been to plenty of clubs in her time, so she reckons she knows what will get people up and dancing.”
It comes after the 'Diva Forever' star tried to launch her music career last month with a cover of 'Baby It's Cold Outside' with Darren Day.
The single hit number seven in the iTunes singles chart on the first day of its release and Gemma promised all proceeds from the single goes to charity Rethink Mental Illness.
Robbie Williams backed the former 'TOWIE' star to take home the Christmas number one as he was left "stunned" by her vocals.
In a sweet video message, he said: “Good luck with the new single with Darren, it’s a cracker.
“Thank you for making me smile and thank you for making me laugh, we need more of that on our televisions.”