The reality TV star, 27, is shifting her focus onto her neglected music career which subsequently saw her miss out on making a highly-anticipated appearance on the hit ITV show.
A source told The Sun: “Megan made the decision not to go back to TOWIE for the anniversary.
“She feels like she’s moved on from her days on reality TV and didn’t want to return to the show.
“She’s concentrating on bringing out new music and wants to focus on making it big after winning Celebrity X Factor.”
And it seems as though the bombshell really is plotting her music debut as she’s currently in talks with major record companies.
After Simon Cowell’s music label Syco recently crumbled, country crooner Megan hoped she would be releasing a new song with the ill-fated record company.
The record company recently suffered blows when One Direction and Little Mix walked out after their contracts ended.
A source told The Sun: “The good thing is that Megan is a songwriter so everything she wrote in Nashville and LA is all her own music, she has no issues there.”
Mirror Online has contacted Megan’s reps for comment.
Megan kept the nation’s spirits up back at the beginning of lockdown, as she wrote and performed an emotional yet thought-provoking song about the deadly bug.
The star sang her heart out from home as she reworded the lyrics to her song ‘This’ to create new track FightCovid19.
Megan’s lyrics shed a light on NHS staff on the frontlines who are battling the virus, as she expressed deep gratitude for their hard work.
She sang: “All you need to do is be brave, please stay at home and make sure you’re safe. Protect the NHS and have faith…”
She continued: “Whatever it is, don’t take the risk. And wash your hands we can beat this. Follow my lead and then you will see friends and family. Let’s be a team and fight Covid-19.”
Sharing the clip on Instagram, Megan penned: “FightCovid19 Changing the lyrics to my song ‘This’ felt right…. Please listen to every word, stay safe, stay home and share this message to as many people as you can. Love you guys so much.”
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