Creed’s Scott Stapp to star in reality TV show following bipolar diagnosis

Stapp and his wife will appear on sixth season of 'Couple's Therapy' on VH1

Former Creed frontman Scott Stapp and his wife have signed up to appear on the next series of US reality TV show Couple’s Therapy.

Stapp has endured a troubled 12 months and recently confirmed that he is diagnosed bipolar following a number of alarming incidents, including a period 2014 when he alleged that the IRS froze his bank account and that his “civil rights had been violated” leaving him homeless.

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The singer also accused his family of being members of ISIS and attempting to assassinate President Obama.

Billboard reports that Stapp and his wife, Jaclyn, will appear on the sixth season of the VH1 series in which couples with problems in their private lives spend three weeks in therapy with Dr. Jenn Mann.

Other celebrities appearing in the upcoming series include model Janice Dickinson and fiance Robert “Rocky” Gerner, Mob Wives star Angela “Big Ang” Raiola and husband Neil Murphy, RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant Carmen Carrera and husband Adrian Torres plus Love & Hip Hop‘s Joe Budden and Kaylin Garcia.

Stapp is currently undergoing intensive therapy, as well as taking medication, for his bipolar.

The singer released his second solo album ‘Proof of Life’ in November 2013. Creed’s last album ‘Full Circle’ came out in 2009.