Kelly Brook has extended her stint in cabaret show Forever Crazy until 22 November 2012 following "exceptionally high demand" for tickets.

According to The Sun Brook, who plays 'Miss Bisou' in the show, has caused an increase in sales of 80% since starting on 1 November.

She told the newspaper: "I could definitely get used to being a Crazy Girl full-time. I’m in awe of the whole show and the dancers’ amazing talents. Since seeing the show in Paris a few years ago I have dreamed of becoming a Crazy Horse dancer. The costumes, lighting and choreography make it the best cabaret in the world."

The Parisian show, billed as "a celebration of the inexhaustible subject of womanhood", is staged in a purpose-built tent on the South Bank, behind the National Theatre. It's produced by renowned music impresario Harvey Goldsmith, who was producer of both Live Aid and Live 8 and is responsible for the annual Cirque du Soleil shows in the UK.

Actress and model Kelly Brook, 32, made her West End debut in 2008 in Neil LaBute’s Fat Pig, for which she was Whatsonstage.com Award nominated. Here other theatre credits include Calendar Girls at the Noel Coward Theatre.