#PhaedraParks may have been booted from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," but that doesn't mean that her Reality TV show days over. The polarizing reality star just landed a new gig, which means she will be back on our screens sooner rather than later.

The 43-year-old mom of two is slated to appear on "Big Star Little Star," a game show where the kids of celebrities get quizzed to see how much they know about their famous parents, reports Radar Online. Phaedra is scheduled to appear on the show with her 7-year-old-son, Aiden. Any winnings that Phaedra earns, she plans to donate to charity.

"Big Star Little Star" isn't the only thing that Phaedra Parks has in the works, however, according to a source.

"Phaedra is currently working on her Phaedra Foundation," a source close to Phaedra revealed. "She's starting the renovation process for the $1.9 million dollar mansion she bought last October, the source continued. Phaedra's new philanthropic efforts are a long way off from her reality star days.

Phaedra Parks' fall from grace

The disgraced star recently made headlines when she was exposed as a liar on national television for starting the lie that Kandi Burruss and her husband Todd planned to drug Porsha Williams. The lie was the source of the drama between Kandi and Porsha all season long, something that Phaedra was aware of.

Instead of intervening and admitting to her lie, Phaedra Parks manipulated Porsha Williams and used her anger as a means to get back at Kandi Burruss for not supporting her, post-divorce. Once the "RHOA" reunion aired, Phaedra Parks' lies caught up with her, and she was confronted by Kandi, Porsha and the other housewives.

Since then, Phaedra Parks has unofficially been let go from the show.

Several outlets have reported that Phaedra Parks will not be returning for season 10, though no official statement by Bravo has been made.

Phaedra's future as a Housewife

Andy Cohen hasn't made an official statement about Phaedra's future as a housewife, but he did manage to allude to the fact that, should she be allowed to return, it would be hard to incorporate her into the show's filming schedule.

"None of the other women wanted to have anything to do with her," said Andy, during an interview with The Breakfast Club.

“So that’s what you have to look at,” Andy continued. “How do you shoot a show about a group of friends when no one is speaking to one of the friends?”

Will Phaedra get her own show?

So far, there have been no reports on the possibility of Phaedra Parks landing her own Bravo spin-off. However, "RHOA" star Kim Zolciak landed a spin-off following her departure, so it's still possible. Time will tell if Phaedra Parks does indeed return to Bravo in some form.

What do you think about Phaedra Parks' new reality TV gig? Do you think that she should return to "The Real Housewives of Atlanta"?