Jenna Talackova, who made headlines in 2012, tells Huffington Post that she will have a reality show in the near future.
The 24-year-old Vancouver native was initially barred from competing in the Miss Universe Canada pageant, but later received the green light from Donald Trump.
Talackova said detailed plans for the reality show is in the works and they are close to singing a deal with a network.
“It’s a reality show following me around a bunch of activities in my life,” Talackova said in an interview.
“I’ve been saving things for this TV show. I’ll be going to Korea, I’m going to be judging a pageant… It’s going to be following me and giving Canada and the world an eye into my life.”
Talackova was born a male and underwent sexual reassignment surgery at age 19. In 2012, she lobbied for the right to participate in the Miss Universe pageant and was allowed to compete.
She made the top 12 and won one of the Miss Congeniality prizes. After the pageant, she became a poster girl for gay rights in Canada.