Samantha Mumba to join Irish reality show

Samantha Mumba to join Irish reality show

Samantha Mumba could very well be making a comeback to our screens and joining the girls on RTÉ’S newest reality show, Connected.

The now L.A based singer has admitted that she is “absolutely loving” the new RTÉ series and according to Goss.ie the show producer - Darren Smith - is “really interested” in featuring Samantha in the second season.

For those who haven't seen it, Connected features six women filming their own lives over six months and we are loving it.

Samantha also recently revealed that she was expecting her first child with this adorable scan photo.

And continues to share these cute baby bump pics.

Congrats Sam!

Would you like to see Samantha back on our screens? We know we would!

Here’s hoping she will give us a blast of one of our favourite hits.

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