N-Dubz Dappy to star in his own reality show and claims it will be “bigger and badder than TOWIE!”

Hold on to your oversized hats, Dappy fans, as the N-Dubz front man is about to take the title of least likely reality star ever!

Dappy, who is part of the hit Urban group, N-Dubz, has landed his own ITV2 reality show, and according to the Daily Mail newspaper, plans on making it “bigger and badder” than The Only Way Is Essex!


Dappy, who is the cousin of fellow N-Dubz band mate, and X Factor judge, Tulisa Contostavlos, will let fans see behind the scenes of his busy and chaotic life in this new ITV2 fly on the wall reality show

The 12 part show, The Madness of King Dappy, will document the stars successful career, and also feature his home life with girlfriend Kaye Vassell and sons Gino, two, and Milo, 22 months.

Speaking to the Daily Mail about this new venture, Dappy commented: “It’s gonna be bigger and badder than TOWIE, and much better. You’re gonna see me with all my friends going crazy and get a look at the mischief I get up to.

“It’s reality TV, with cameras following me around trying to maintain being a superstar. There’ll be stuff on my home life, too. Me with the kids and me getting in trouble.”

He went on to explain that show will have to be censored, adding: “I have been misbehaving slightly but that’s me being controversial and spontaneous. I want to keep it wild and like a rock star. But there’s definitely going to have to be some bleeping and censoring on the show.”

The Madness of King Dappy may well be throwing the star into the reality circus, but Dappy insists that he won’t be signing up for any other shows such as Celebrity Big Brother and I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! as he claims they are the ‘kiss of death’ when it comes to people’s careers.

So, the big question on everyone’s lips, and probably much to Dappy’s annoyance and frustration, is whether Tulisa will be making any appearances on the show, a subject that Dappy is keeping very tight lipped about!

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