Made famous on 10’s Gogglebox, Angie Kent has certainly earned a name for herself as a reality TV star.
Most recently, Kent found love on The Bachelorette, but not before she first made an appearance on I’m A Celeb…Get Me Out of Here!
And now, she’s at it again, soon to appear on 10’s reality show Dancing With the Stars.
While there’s no doubt Kent made her way into the hearts of countless Australians, it seems some TV viewers are starting to slightly tire of seeing the starlet’s face on television.
Shortly after the official cast was revealed on Tuesday, Kent took to Instagram and posting a photo of herself with dance partner Julian Caillon.
She wrote: “Have you ever seen Bambi on ice the sequel? Well you’re about to.
“Nervous as all hell! But I can not wait to throw these awkward limbs around that d-floor! @julian_caillon you got your work cut out for you! Let’s do this,” she added.
Despite Kent’s excitement over this new venture, social media users have taken the opportunity to poke fun at the soon-to-be dancer, questioning just how many reality TV shows she can take part in, in such a short space of time.
One user wrote on Kent’s post: “How many more reality tv shows r [sic] there for Angie to appear on, turning into Eddie everywhere McGuire.
Another asked: “What’s next Big Brother, Married At First Sight, Farmer Wants A Wife?”
Someone wrote on Twitter: “Are there any reality tv shows Angie Kent won’t do?” Meanwhile, another quipped: “How many Channel 10 reality shows can Angie Kent be on?”
someone get me on gogglebox if it's going to eventuate into a similar career to angie kent's jesus
— jordyn is seeing h (@esnyschalamet) January 14, 2020
@DancingOn10 Ugh…Angie Kent isn’t she done already? ?
— RaraAvis78 (@RaraAvis78) January 15, 2020
Cannot believe Angie Kent has gone on yet ANOTHER reality show, Christ haven’t we seen enough of her at this point? Definitely reached burn out.
— gabs ✨ (@inkedpages) January 14, 2020
DWTS will premiere on 10 on 9 February.
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