Anna Chapman (PICTURES): TV Gig for Russian Spy

Former Russian spy Anna Chapman speaks during a congress from a pro-Kremlin youth group Molodaya Gvardiya (The Young Guard) in Moscow, on December 22, 2010.
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Anna Chapman (PICTURES): TV Gig for Russian Spy
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MOSCOW (CBS/AP) Since being deported from the United States as part of the biggest spy swap since the Cold War, 28-year-old red-haired vixen Anna Chapman has not exactly shunned the spotlight.

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And though she still shuns questions about her years undercover in the United States, starting next week she'll reportedly uncover other mysteries on Russian television.

A spokeswoman for REN-TV, a private nationwide channel in Russia, said Wednesday that Chapman will host a new TV show that allows her "to use all her talents to solve the world's most complicated mysteries."

Details of those talents were not provided.

Chapman was one of 10 Russian agents exposed in the U.S. and deported this summer in the biggest spy swap since the Cold War.

Although she has since been in the public eye and posed for risque magazine covers, she has not commented on her past as a spy.