Geordie Shore star lands huge new TV job as talent show judge – three years after marrying superstar DJ | The Sun

FORMER Geordie Shore star Elettra Lamborghini has landed a huge new TV job three years after marrying a superstar DJ.

The 29-year-old, who starred on the MTV show in 2017, has signed up as a judge for the 12th series of the Italian version of Britain's Got Talent – Italia's Got Talent.

The upcoming series of the show will air on Disney+ from September 1.

Elettra will be joined social media personality Khaby Lame, TV personality Mara Maionchi, and comedian Frank Matano on the judging panel.

Speaking about the new series, Elettra said: "This is a fun programme, it makes you relax.

"You come home in the evening and enjoy a programme that makes you disconnect."

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Elettra, who is the granddaughter of the founder of Lamborghini, joined Geordie Shore for series 14 and 15 six years ago.

She joined the cast alongside newbies Abbie Holborn Chelsea Barber, Billy Phillips, Eve Shannon, Sam Bentham, Sarah Goohart and Zahida Allen.

Many of the guys, including Gaz Beadle, took a liking to the Italian beauty during the seven episodes that she was in.

Two years after her stint on Geordie Shore, she got engaged to DJ Afrojack, and they tied the knot the following year.

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The reality star regularly shares loved-up snaps of the pair together on her Instagram.

Back in July she shared a picture of the couple locking lips, with the caption: "Happy International kissing day 🥰❤️👩‍❤️‍💋‍👨 i limoni signora i limoniiii."

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