Renowned party boy Corey Worthington is set to return to our TV screens – only this time he won't be quizzed about his antics on a news program but instead tested for his fitness levels in hit show Ninja Warrior.
According to new reports by Sun Herald, a workmate revealed that Worthington had some new TV ambitions, posting on Facebook: “Corey Worthington …. He was on Big Brother and in December he will be on Ninja Warrior. good luck mate, have fun, u got this mate.”
Channel 9 is yet to confirm the news as a spokesperson told the newspaper “At this stage, Channel 9 won’t be making any comments regarding any participants in season two of Australian Ninja Warrior."
The 26-year-old trickster first found fame after causing controversy 10 years ago when he hosted a house party which went rogue – and prompted police to show up in order to control rampaging youngsters.
The hit reality TV program which made its debut earlier this year is set to return in 2018 and is currently being filmed in Sydney.
This article originally appeared on WHO.