Jenny proved to be so much of a fan-favourite on the show that Woman's Day is reporting the show's producers are considering adding her as a 'lady tradie' to future seasons.
Host Scott Cam has previously spoken about Jenny and her fiancé Dylan Adams, saying they're a "hard working team" and a "great couple".
It comes after the pair, along with Sharon Johan and Ankur Dogra, had to pass in their properties when they failed to attract a bidder over their $4.08 million reserve price.
"It was a bittersweet day," host Scott Cam said in a statement. "As we’ve seen many times before, we’ll continue to negotiate with interested buyers to sell these homes, which are still on the market. I’m gunning for a positive result."
Jenny revealed to 9Now that she was looking for a talent manager and is keen to "see what's out there" for her.
"You just don't know what could happen after The Block, so much could happen," she told the publication.
When asked about the future, Jenny said, "We're just gonna flip homes and continue on in the outside world."
Dylan then jumped in to add, "Who knows what you could end up doing as well."
Sarah-Jane and Tom are also rumoured to return to the show next year for an All Stars season, with production for the show already underway.
The fan favourites, who were initially tipped to win the show, sold their home for just $20,000.99 over their reserve price of $4.08 million.
The disappointing figure is the lowest profit a team has earned since season 9 in 2014 when both Michael & Carlene and Darren & Deanne walked away from the show with $10,000.
Tom and Sarah-Jane took to Instagram after the auction to reveal that they now plan on selling the $80,000 Ford Everest they won on the show last month to try and earn extra money.
"Unfortunately for Tom we will sell the Ford and we will be walking away with 100k so no complaints from us," they shared. "Even if we walked away with nothing we had the experience of a lifetime and something we can tell our grandkids about! Are we disappointed sure but nothing is ever guaranteed and at this point I think we’ll be fully over it by Tuesday."
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