Megan McKenna is going to pen some harsh break-up tracks about her exes.
The 'Only Way is Essex' star's country music career has rocketed over the past week, which saw her singles 'High Heeled Shoes' and 'Far Cry From Love' claim Number 1 and 2 in the iTunes Download Chart, and she has admitted she's got more to come as she's planning to use her previous relationships as inspiration for some new hits.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, she said: "I am going to write about my exes - you have to write about previous relationships.
"Song writing is very personal and I think throughout my life I've had so many things happen to me. I have so many stories to tell including ex boyfriends and ex friendships. I was bullied at school and grew up in that environment with girls not liking me. This is all going to put into my songs. I am a very honest person."
The 24-year-old beauty is also planning to give fans an insight into her relationship with Pete Wicks, which dominates the storylines for the ITVBe show, because she wants people to see the anger she feels in the run up to her meltdowns on screen.
She explained: "People only see me getting defensive and arguing back at people but obviously those are positions I'm put in on The Only Way Is Essex but what people aren't seeing is how I am really feeling. They don't see what I am going through to get to that stage and to feel that anger - if any normal girl has gone through heartache in their lives then they're going to understand me. I'm going to write about all the behind-the-scenes stuff that people don't see."
And she is even toying with the idea of leaving TV behind in favour of focusing on her music after she filmed her three-part show 'There's Something About Megan'.
She said: "Singing is my No 1. I am going to keep my performance side of things separate. I am not going to perform on 'TOWIE'. Do you really think you're going to have the whole of the 'TOWIE' cast clicking along to a country song? I don't think so."