Reality TV personalities, post-reality TV, have varying careers and successes.

Some get back into the cycle of reality TV shows, others simply move on to becoming full-time Insta-influencers, others leave it behind entirely for something else. A rare few, however, try their hand at music without appearing in a music-based reality show.

The most prominent example of this is, undoubtedly Craig Phillips from 'Big Brother', who released a charity single in 2000 called 'At This Time of Year', which reached the lofty position of No. 14 on the UK Charts.

This time around, it's Paige Turley from 'Winter Love Island' - which feels like it was ten years ago - trying her hand at turning reality TV success into music success, with an orchestral cover of UK garage hit 'Movin' Too Fast'.

The single is now up on Spotify and YouTube, and features your standard people-nodding-along-in-studio music video to go along with it.

Take a look.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CCwGd3pJ17b/

Of course, Paige Turley initially got her start on reality TV by performing on 'Britain's Got Talent' at the age of 14, where she sang Bon Iver's 'Skinny Love', making it all the way to the semi-finals.

She also studied music in university, and famously dated Lewis Capaldi for a spell. Could there be a duet on the cards with him, now that she's trying to make a go of it as a singer?