According to the Daily Star Sunday, ITV2's Zai Bennett has already given the go-ahead for a second series of the fly-on-the-wall series, which follows the lives of a group of young Essex socialites.
Tweed was filmed for the show during an event, which featured his close friend and show star Mark Wright attending the Funky Buddha club. However, Jade Goody's widower is rumoured to be keen on a bigger part when the show returns in 2011.
"Jack has told the executive producer that he'd like to be more involved in the next series," a source told the newspaper.
Meanwhile, girlband Lola, who have been regulars on the cult show, have released their debut single 'Claustrophobic' today on iTunes.