"We're very excited about the world of Made in Chelsea travelling to America," said executive producer Sarah Dillistone. "New York has a scene buzzing and sophisticated enough to rival Chelsea, so it feels like the next natural step.
"We're going to see the cast out of their bubble for the first time since the show began and I'm sure the result will be nothing like we've seen before."
The brand new six-part series is set to air on E4 this August. But fans don't have to wait until the summer to catch up on the exploits of the MIC stars. The reality show will return for a seventh series this April.
It has not yet been confirmed which of the cast members will be heading Stateside, with Louise telling Digital Spy that the crew have got visas for a number of different people.
MIC stars Rosie and Louise
"They've got lots of options," she said. "We're all getting really, really over-excited about it, but nothing has been confirmed yet.
"It's basically going to be as dramatic and as cool as filming here but in an equally cool city — if not more exciting."
Her co-star Rosie Fortescue added, "It's giving everyone an insight into New York as well, the viewers. We'll get to explore and get to know the city."