PHOTO-SHOOTS, celebrity parties and now a role as the face of a high profile driving campaign - Big Brother finalist Jennie Corner has been very busy.
But the down to earth 18-year-old says the thing that excites her most is spending Christmas with her family at home in Valley Road at Crewe.
Jennie has been back in the town and away from 24-hour surveillance on Big Brother Seven for nearly four months but has not stopped since.
One perk of the show's aftermath has been regular trips to London for glamorous photo-shoots and parties.
She is now the face of an AA campaign to attract younger drivers alongwithOrlaithMc-Allister from Big Brother Five.
The pair have been challenged to take 12 lessons with AA and then take a driving test.
Whoever passes first wins the challenge and will under-take further promotional work for the company.
Jennie says: 'I went to the Now! magazine 10th birthday bashlast weekandtravelledto London again on Friday to meet up with some of the other contestants.
'I also recently did a photo-shoot for Zoo and am about to have some further underwear shots taken for other magazines.'
But her feet are still firmly on the ground and she is enjoying working with friends at Fujitsu on Crewe Business Park.
She adds: 'I am working at the moment to get some cash asthe moneyfromtheLondon jobs tends to take about eight weeks to come through and I still need to pay my keep at home.
'My mum said: 'Don't think you are Shirley Bassey. Go out there and get a job' and so I did.'
But she admits it is difficult to come to terms with life outside the Big Brother house.
'It is hard at times. You come out of the house and driving thing is crazy. You are all over the place.
'Once the attention dies down it is a shock to the system but I am just trying to get back to my normal life, spending time with my friends.
'Then whenever I get extra work through my agent it is a bonus. The AA campaign is greatandIget tolearntodrive for free!'
And now Christmas is upon us, Jennie is enjoying being with her family.
'The house is all decorated and I feel in a festive mood.
'I have not got my Christmas shopping done yet though as I am always so last minute.
'But it's definitely good to be home.'
Television show gets ready to offer more shots at stardom
NOW'S your chance to follow in the footsteps of Big Brother Seven finalist Jennie Corner, from Crewe.
The hunt is beginning for contestants for Big Brother Eight.
Channel 4 is holding open auditions for the show around the UK and Ireland.
A spokesman for the TV company told the Chronicle: 'For anyone out there who thinks that they can bring something extra special to the house, it's their time to turn up and show us why.'
The auditions kick off early next year and the first stop on the audition trail will be Glasgow, followed by Cardiff, Newcastle, Birmingham, Dublin, Manchester and London.
The Manchester auditions will be held on Saturday and Sunday, February 2 and 3, at New Century House. The lucky few will then attend a call-back on Monday, February 4.
The spokesman added: 'Out of the thousands who turn up, Big Brother will need to see what makes that one person stand out from the throng.
'Anyone lucky enough to be selected will go through to the next stage where they will meet the Big Brother producers, and go all out to impress. This is where they'll need to convey just why the nation would want to tune into them over the summer.'
All applicants must be aged over 18 and available to take part all summer 2007.
Those turning up to audition will be required to take photo ID - such as a passport or driving licence - as proof of age and identity. Applicants are advised to wrap up warm and bring something to eat and drink, as it could be a long day.
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