Sydney’s PR queen Roxy Jacenko is set to premiere her own reality TV show ‘I Am Roxy’ as part of Channel Ten’s 2019 Pilot Week.
Roxy, who has been in ‘positive talks’ for her own reality show for years, will have a sneak peek of her show aired in the coming months, according to Sunday’s SMH.
The 38-year-old has been spotted filming at various locations in recent weeks, including at her Sydney Vaucluse mansion, the swanky suburb of Woolloomooloo and in Melbourne’s CBD.
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Keeping up with the Jacenkos! Sydney’s PR Queen Roxy Jacenko (pictured) will premiere reality show ‘I Am Roxy’ during Channel 10’s upcoming Pilot Week
It’s believed the production company behind Roxy’s new reality series is Two Basic Scoops, which is run by her media pal Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli from Nova 969’s breakfast radio show, Fitzy and Wippa.
An insider ‘close to production’ told SMH this week, Roxy’s new series is certainly ‘underway’ and went on to reveal ‘nothing is off limits’ during filming.
Daily Mail Australia contacted both Roxy Jacenko and Channel 10 for comment.
Last month, the business-minded blonde was snapped being flanked by TV cameras as she enjoyed an outing at Otto restaurant on the Woolloomooloo Wharf.
She was joined by a group of her glamorous girlfriends, including ironwoman and WAG Candice Warner.
‘Nothing is off limits!’ An insider ‘close to production’ told SMH this week, Roxy’s (pictured) new series is certainly ‘underway’ and went on to reveal ‘nothing is off limits’ during filming
Sydney movers and shakers: It’s believed the production company behind Roxy’s (centre) new reality series is Two Basic Scoops, which is run by Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli (right) from Nova 969’s breakfast radio show, Fitzy (left) and Wippa
The mother-of-two declined to comment when contacted by Daily Mail Australia about the sighting in March, simply saying that she had ‘a great day celebrating International Women’s Day with friends’.
In August last year, Roxy was spotted meeting with radio star ‘Wippa’ and TV executives at her Sweaty Betty PR headquarters in Sydney’s Paddington.
The executives were reportedly from film and television company Matchbox Pictures, the same production company behind The Real Housewives of Melbourne, Sydney, and Auckland.
Arriving in style: Roxy was flanked by TV cameras during outing at Otto restaurant on Sydney’s Woolloomooloo Wharf last month. The 39-year-old (right) entered the scene in a floral dress, and was accompanied by one of her Sweaty Betty employees (left)
Speaking exclusively to the Daily Mail Australia at the time, Roxy said: ‘There’s been some positive talks about a reality show however nothing is confirmed as yet.’
She added: ‘Regarding Wippa, yes he is involved in some capacity.’
Roxy has been in talks for her own reality shows for several years now.
Big break! Speaking exclusively to the Daily Mail Australia at the time, Roxy said: ‘There’s been some positive talks about a reality show however nothing is confirmed as yet’
In December, 2017, the PR mogul told news.com.au that she was ‘in discussions’ for her own series.
Six months later, she shot down reports that she was working on a pilot for Channel Ten with ex-Labor senator Sam Dastyari.
In December last year, Roxy confirmed to Who magazine that she was working with a production company on her own show, but admitted that nothing had been made official.
‘There may be a TV reality show very close to happening,’ she said.
‘It will be on a major network – not a free to air. It’s something we’ve been working on for a while. Nothing’s set in stone, but the wheels are in motion.’
The blonde added: ‘I think I give the Kardashians a run for their money in terms of drama.’
Roxy previously starred on the third season of The Celebrity Apprentice in 2013.
She’s also written a series of books, including her latest release, Roxy’s Little Black Book of Tips and Tricks.
‘I think I give the Kardashians a run for their money in terms of drama,’ Roxy (pictured) told Who magazine in December last year