Christopher, who found fame during the 2012 series of The X Factor, will reportedly be opening up on the Channel 5 programme about his experience with online trolling and why he spent a whopping £70,000 on cosmetic surgery.
A source told The Sun: "Chris agreed to go for the sessions for In Therapy because his whole world has changed since becoming famous on The X Factor. He's been to hell and back and he sees it as being as part of his road to recovery."
In August, Christopher tracked down and confronted a man called Gary who had trolled him during the Channel 5 documentary, Celeb Trolls: We're Coming To Get You.
Hosted by Frankie Bridge, the pair traced the bully with the help of a private investigator before fronting him up in a phone call.
At the time, Christopher told Frankie about how the abuse had affected him. He explained: "It had a really bad affect on me. I hated myself. I had so much self-loathing I just hated everything about me, and the breakdown happened."
When confronted, Gary agreed to delete a death threat tweet and insisted to Chris: "It was a spur-of-the-moment thing and I didn't actually think you'd read it, to be honest."
A transmission date for In Therapy is yet to be confirmed.
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