Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby has used her prison notoriety to sign onto a reality TV show deal that will bring her back into the spotlight, six years since her release.
The 43-year-old will appear on Channel 7 action show SAS Australia.
The program is new to Australian screens, based off a UK action contest where participants undergo boot camps similar to ones the Special Air Service experience.
Ex-special forces soldiers will be hosting the challenges. They will not be told who the celebrities are.
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Other participants on the show include the rugby star Nick Cummins, former iron woman Candice Warner and PR queen Roxy Jacenko.
"We go into the SAS as a number, not a name, which is significant for me because I won't be Schapelle Corby, I will just be a human being," Corby said.
"I think I'll discover that I'm stronger than I am, that I think I am. I'm hoping to discover life and to discover myself."
Corby was convicted for smuggling 4.2kg of marijuana into Indonesia in a boogie board bag and spent nine years imprisoned in Bali.
Corby has cultivated a high profile social media presence since her release from the Balinese prison.
In October last year she appeared with her sister Mercedes on the Kyle and Jackie O show to promote her updated memoir My Story.
Earlier this year she made her debut in a rap music video.