The former stars of The Hills, who have become notorious for their petulant attitude and criticism of their fellow housemates, are being lined up for a show that will see them give their own take on a variety of British traditions.
"Speidi have been TV gold on Celebrity Big Brother and are clearly no fans of the British," a source told the Daily Star.
"It makes perfect sense for them to bag their own explosive series here. Will Britain win them over or will they continue to mock everyone and everything?"
It has been claimed that Speidi will be given bodyguards in the outside world after receiving death threats on Twitter.
Despite the couple's lack of popularity with some viewers, bookmakers have them as second favourites to win the show behind X Factor's Rylan Clark.
Neil Ruddock, Claire Richards and Ryan Moloney have also made it through to the Celebrity Big Brother final, which airs tomorrow (January 25) at 9pm on Channel 5.
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