Chloe, Demi and Frankie Sims sign a £1 MILLION OnlyFans TV contract

EXCLUSIVE: TOWIE sisters Chloe, Demi and Frankie Sims sign a £1 MILLION OnlyFans TV contract in bid to become the ‘UK Kardashians’ after quitting ITV show

  • Chloe, 40, and family have been linked to a Kardashians-style show for weeks
  • New deal – worth at least £1million – will take them from TOWIE to OnlyFans TV
  • Fly-on-the-wall series, which has the working title House of Sims, is out in 2023 
  • Leather-dressed family look just like Kardashians in exclusive first promo shot

Former TOWIE stars Chloe Sims and her family have signed a deal worth at least £1million to become the new Kardashians on OnlyFans’ growing new TV venture.

Chloe, 40, Frankie, 27, and Demi, 25, inked the contract to try become the next Kim, Kourtney and Khloe after announcing they were leaving the ITV reality show on Friday.

The series – which has the working title of House of Sims – will also feature their brother Charlie, 30, and his new makeup artist fiancée Georgia Shults, 30.

Their initial deal with the OFTV platform is a ‘six-figure’ sum set to rise to millions with extra add-ons and earnings, MailOnline has been told.

The new show starts shooting within weeks and is slated to be broadcast around the start of next year on the free viewing app.

Publicity pictures for the series features them decked out in leather outfits and look similar to some of the Kardashians’ famous shoots.

Just like that hit, this series will follow the principal family The Sims as they attempt to ‘go global’ away from Essex and on their travels in the USA.

The series will go out on the free OFTV app, which unlike the parent site features no nudity and can be watched on a smart TV.

And as part of the deal the family will also open OnlyFans accounts, but will feature Instagram-style pictures, with no explicit content.

Chloe told MailOnline: ‘I get people will want to compare this to TOWIE, but this is a different concept; this will be a fly-on-the-wall insight into our lives as a family, currently calling it House of Sims as a working title. It will be completely real, and we’re really excited to bring our viewers along on a big unfiltered adventure.

‘We’re proud to be The Sims, but being compared to the Kardashians all the time is a big compliment to us as a family. We want to see where this new show can take us and plan to go global.’

Leather-dressed family look just like Kardashians in these exclusive first promo shots of show

First picture of Chloe, 40, and her family for the new upcoming OFTV show House of Sims

Charlie and Chloe toast in an Instagram picture which had hinted they had done a new deal

The Sims have been compared to the Kardashians and the new show is expected to be similar style reality fly on the wall format that shows their lives away from the photoshoots and TOWIE

Chloe, who is also a co-producer of the show, added: ‘We want to become one of the best reality TV shows out there. OFTV is fully supporting us with this. We can’t wait to get started.

‘I feel very strongly that we should show ourselves in a natural light, showing all aspects of everything we do.

‘For example – first thing in the morning without the glam, sharing more of who we actually are, what we’re up to, and real life situations – this is the first authentic insight into our everyday 

Frankie and Demi added in a statement: For fans this is a real behind the scenes look at what goes on in our lives.

‘Fans will get to properly know all of us in a totally new show format that we’re really excited about.

House of Sims has already begun shooting and is expected to be broadcast in months in 2023

Family day out: The reality star looked sensational in the stunning ensemble as she joined her younger sisters Frankie (left), 27, Demi, 25 (right) over the weekend

Sims get red carpet welcome from OnlyFans boss 

The Sims were welcomed by OnlyFans Chief Executive Officer Ami Gan.

She said: ‘We couldn’t be happier to be bringing Chloe, Demi, Frankie, Charlie, and Georgia to OnlyFans.

‘We’re giving them true freedom of expression and control over their narrative with this OFTV production. 

‘Having gotten to know the Sims, we can’t wait to see their show come to fruition. OnlyFans gives them a platform to grow their community of fans while sharing who they authentically are publicly on OFTV.’

‘They will understand straight away why we moved to OnlyFans when they see what we’ve up to on OFTV soon.’

This new show is the biggest investment into original, creator-first content the British tech company has made in its history.

After weeks of rumours the sisters announced they had left TOWIE on Friday, stunning fans who had followed them for years.

A source told MailOnline: ‘OnlyFans really want to place their tanks on the lawn of ITV.

‘It’s a move by them to get into mainstream television – everyone thinks the show is going to be massive.’

An official statement, shared to TOWIE’s Instagram Story read: ‘After dedicating over a decade to The Only Way Is Essex, Chloe Sims has decided to depart the show.’

They continued: ‘Chloe has been an iconic presence since her arrival on TOWIE, and we have enjoyed following her close friendships, relationship, and strong family values onscreen throughout the ups and downs.’ 

‘We wish Chloe all the best in the future,’ they wrote, alongside a highlight reels of her time on the show.

It comes after Chloe penned a heartfelt goodbye as she said she was ‘forever grateful’ to the producers and her fans for their support as she confirmed the news of her departure on Friday

Alongside the bosses statement Chloe penned her own lengthy thanks to her supportive fans

There were predictions Chloe (centre)  Demi (left) and Frankie (right) could get own show 

What is OnlyFans’ OFTV television channel? 

OnlyFans has only been in existence for five years but it has already been credited with revolutionising the adult industry.

Fans pay anywhere from £3.90 to £39 a month for pictures from their favourite creators, while the site takes 20 per cent commission. 

It boomed during the coronavirus lockdown, with a 42 per cent increase in new accounts being made during the period, taking the total to nearly 100,000 Britons.

Worldwide there are 660,00 creator accounts with 50million users and OnlyFans says it has paid UK creators more than £956m.

The OFTV platform is a free app, which unlike the parent site features no nudity and can be watched on a smart TV.

OFTV has this year launched a range of UK content, including the hit shows, Model Farmers, and Enduro: Beyond the Circuit. House of Sims is its biggest TV investment.

Chloe then added: ‘I would like to thank ITV and Lime Pictures for the life-changing opportunity to work on TOWIE for so many years.’

She continued: ‘I could never have imagined that after my first TOWIE scene that I would be saying goodbye 12 years later.

‘It’s been a blast especially making lifelong memories with friends, the cast and the crew. I have been so privileged to be able to share my experience with several family members over the years as well. For that alone I will be forever grateful.

But last and never least, to the loyal fans who have been there throughout the ups and downs and supported through the thick and thin.

‘Without fans this wouldn’t be possible and it no doubt has made this experience one I’ll never forget, and I will take the love and support from them into the next chapter of my life.’

The news come as Chloe’s cast members were spotted filming for the latest series of TOWIE in the Dominican Republic in June.

But as the rest of the cast touched down in Puta Cana, Chloe was spotted going about her day as usual at home in Essex.

It was reported at the time that the star alongside her younger sisters Demi and Frankie, were considering their own reality TV show.

Keily Blair, Chief Strategy & Operations Officer, OnlyFans, said: ‘This partnership is part of OnlyFans broader strategy to invest in reaching highly-engaged fans across various genres.

‘The move by the Sims, who have always been vocal about the importance of their loyal fan base, away from more scripted broadcast media and to a direct connection with their fans on OnlyFans and OFTV is reflective of how OnlyFans is a disruptor, putting power back in the hands of creative talent.’

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