Love Island's Curtis Pritchard lands ANOTHER major TV deal as star teams up with his brother AJ for ITV's Lorraine... after signing deals for The Greatest Dancer and RuPaul's Drag Race UK

He's already landed huge parts on the Greatest Dancer and RuPaul's Drag Race UK.

And Love Island star Curtis Pritchard has landed himself yet another major TV show role as he and brother AJ Pritchard are set to present their very own segment on Lorraine.

The ballroom dancer, 23, and his Strictly Come Dancing star brother, 24, are set to join forces with presenter Lorraine Kelly, 59, where they will surprise viewers who've been going through a difficult time. 

Big news: Love Island star Curtis Pritchard has landed himself yet another major TV show role as he and brother AJ Pritchard are set to present their very own segment on Lorraine

Big news: Love Island star Curtis Pritchard has landed himself yet another major TV show role as he and brother AJ Pritchard are set to present their very own segment on Lorraine

The twinkle-toed brothers will team up to make two films for the ITV daytime show.

Speaking of his exciting new role, Curtis told The Sun: 'It’s been a whirlwind since leaving Love Island and I’m so excited to have the opportunity to join the team at Lorraine.

'I know the positive effect dance can have on people’s lives and I can’t wait to get the chance to spread that message around with AJ.'

While older brother AJ added: 'Lorraine and the team on the show have always been great to work with and I’m looking forward to working together long term.'

TV star: The dancer, 23, and his Strictly Come Dancing star brother, 24, are set to join forces with Lorraine Kelly where they will surprise viewers who've been going through a difficult time

TV star: The dancer, 23, and his Strictly Come Dancing star brother, 24, are set to join forces with Lorraine Kelly where they will surprise viewers who've been going through a difficult time

Fresh from his success in the Mallorcan villa, Curtis landed a role on the first series of RuPaul's Drag Race UK, where he and AJ will act as dance coaches and choreographers. 

He is also set to star on the Greatest Dancer as the show's receptionist, with the hunk planning on greeting the contestants ahead of their performance on stage. 

Curtis' newfound TV success comes after he revealed that the vicious nightclub attack he and AJ were subjected to in December helped put him on the path to fame. 

The reality star who finished fourth in this year's Love Island, even suggested the assault, which left him unconscious, was a 'positive' thing as it helped make him famous.

Fun times: Speaking of his exciting new role, Curtis told The Sun: 'It’s been a whirlwind since leaving Love Island and I’m so excited to have the opportunity to join the team at Lorraine'

Fun times: Speaking of his exciting new role, Curtis told The Sun: 'It’s been a whirlwind since leaving Love Island and I’m so excited to have the opportunity to join the team at Lorraine'

Raring to go: I know the positive effect dance can have on people’s lives and I can’t wait to get the chance to spread that message around with AJ'

Raring to go: I know the positive effect dance can have on people’s lives and I can’t wait to get the chance to spread that message around with AJ'

In December 2018, Curtis and AJ had been socialising and posing for selfies with fans when they were then set upon by eight yobs, who started to circle them.

The violent attack saw the pair left bloodied and battered, with Curtis later needing surgery on his damaged knee after trying to protect his brother.

However, despite the horrific ordeal, Curtis is now looking back on it in a positive light.

The reality star, who is currently basking in the limelight since leaving the villa, has suggested that he probably wouldn't have been picked for the ITV2 dating show if it hadn't have been for the attack.

Twinkle toes: Fresh from his success in the Mallorcan villa, Curtis landed a role on the first series of RuPaul's Drag Race UK, as well as being the receptionist on the Greatest Dancer

Twinkle toes: Fresh from his success in the Mallorcan villa, Curtis landed a role on the first series of RuPaul's Drag Race UK, as well as being the receptionist on the Greatest Dancer

Silver lining: Curtis Pritchard believes the shock nightclub brawl helped put him on the path to fame as he suggested the publicity surrounded the attack made him a mainstream name

Silver lining: Curtis Pritchard believes the shock nightclub brawl helped put him on the path to fame as he suggested the publicity surrounded the attack made him a mainstream name

Reflecting on the situation to the Sunday Mirror, Curtis said: 'The attack was disgusting but I think to myself that if it had never happened, perhaps I wouldn’t have been noticed and been where I am today.

'I look at that in a positive light. Also, my brother could have been more injured and he wasn’t so that whole situation turned into a positive and it has knock-on effects.'

The attack on the popular brothers, which happened near their family home in Nantwich, Cheshire last year, left fans and celebrities alike saddened and shocked, with many reaching out on social media to lend their support.

Shock: In December 2018, Curtis and Strictly Come Dancing star AJ, 24, had been socialising and posing for selfies with fans when they were then set upon by eight yobs

Shock: In December 2018, Curtis and Strictly Come Dancing star AJ, 24, had been socialising and posing for selfies with fans when they were then set upon by eight yobs

An eyewitness said that the attackers began to throw punches at the pair 'like they were possessed'.

According to the witness: 'Curtis had fallen to his knees and was being punched in the face and body. They were also punching AJ in his face, in his ribs and legs.

'AJ dragged Curtis out of the circle and pulled him to another part of the club.'

The witness said that AJ was left carrying the marks on his face from the rings the thugs wore as they struck him. Curtis is said to have appeared to have passed out in the attack.

Every cloud: 'The attack was disgusting but I think to myself that if it had never happened, perhaps I wouldn’t have been noticed and been where I am today'

Every cloud: 'The attack was disgusting but I think to myself that if it had never happened, perhaps I wouldn’t have been noticed and been where I am today'

Love Island's Curtis Pritchard lands ANOTHER major TV show as he teams up with his brother AJ

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