She has gained huge notoriety this year, following her split from Ant McPartlin in January.
The Strictly Come Dancing makeup artist, who now boasts a whopping 142K Twitter followers, has been met with a flurry of supportive messages from her new-found fanbase over the past few months, following the breakdown of her marriage.
While Ant, 42, has started a new relationship with the estranged spouse’s former PA Anne-Marie Corbett, Lisa has been throwing herself into work, spending time with friends.
She spent the majority of her summer in Los Angeles with her former Deuces band member Craig Young – the pair watched American football games and socialised with friends.
“National support for her is at an all time high”
Tom Bourlet, PR Expert
And after recently being axed from Britain’s Got Talent, Closer magazine reported she’s heading back to Los Angeles in the New Year for “meetings about exciting career opportunities”.
But has Lisa got what it takes to make Hollywood? PR Expert Tom Bourlet from Bayagan Group shared his thoughts to Daily Star Online.
He said: “Depending on how Lisa handles the situation and whether she makes the most of the short and fast opportunity, she can transfer her career towards the celebrity world.
“National support for her is at an all time high and she has been a mainstay in the media.
“To ensure this continues, it is imperative celebs can ensure they go from being a brief mention in an article to becoming a mainstay and this will require strong support and the right choices.”
Tom also revealed the career choices Lisa, 41, could potentially pursue.
He explained: “She will undoubtedly have opportunities to either expand herself from a MUA [makeup artist] angle, or alternatively to go down the reality TV angle, both of which have potential benefits from a career perspective but with very altering results.”
Tom revealed hard work and determination will ensure Lisa achieves fame on a global-scale.
He said: “The issue with being flavour of the month is that people’s taste change and you need to evolve and stay relevant.
“If she wants to enter stardom, it will involve working Monday to Sunday over the next few months, but the end result could be glorious, not to mention a nicely timed distraction from what is going on in her personal life.”
He concluded: “The important element is to change the focus of conversation and report towards her personality or her career and away from the external factor of Ant, as that story will leave with him.”