Tiffany "New York" Pollard might be in love with George "Tailor Made" Weisgerber, but she has also apparently fallen for Tinseltown.

The 25-year-old Utica, NY native and I Love New York's second-season winner are set to star in a third edition of the VH1 reality show, the New York Daily News reported Wednesday.

"The season is going to be called New York Loves Hollywood and will follow her attempt to become an actress in Los Angeles," an insider told the Daily News

I Love New York's reported third-season premise shouldn't come as a surprise to the show's fans, as Pollard has frequently mentioned her affinity for acting. She recently guest starred as herself on FX's Nip/Tuck and also had a cameo in the David Talbert film First Sunday, which co-starred Ice Cube and Tracy Morgan.

"They are currently trying to cast established industry people in Hollywood to be on the show with her," the insider told the Daily News.

After being spurned twice by Flavor Flav during Flavor of Love's first two seasons, Pollard appeared as the star of her own The Bachelorette-like reality dating series last January. 

While I Love New York first-season winner Patrick "Tango" Hunter asked for Pollard's hand in marriage during the finale, he withdrew the proposal to her during the show's reunion special after he watched the season unfold on television and didn't like some of the comments she made about him or his mother.

Weisgerber then proposed to Pollard during I Love New York's second-season finale broadcast and while she didn't accept, she did present her final chain to him over Ezra "Buddha" Masters. She subsequently accepted his marriage proposal during the reunion show.

Last month, a report claiming that Pollard's relationship with Tailor Made ended shortly after the reunion show was taped and she wanted to do another season of I Love New York emerged, however VH1 subsequently denied the report.