The Queen of Pop may soon become the queen of reality television with a Kardashians-style documentary series.
Would you tune in to a Madonna reality show?
The pop icon is rumoured to be in talks with production company Bunim Murray, makers of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians', having been impressed with how successful Kim and husband Kanye West have made their famous TV show, reports The Mirror.
An insider revealed: "Nobody would ever have expected a star as huge as Madonna to ever star in a reality show but it just shows how much times are changing that she's even humouring talks.
"She is friends with Kim Kardashian through Kanye West and Madonna has noticed how Kim and her family have made reality TV very cool and current - it's not just for Z-listers any more."
The 57-year-old's life at home, in the studio and on tour would certainly give producers plenty of juicy content for a documentary series, and provide fans with a rare look at Madonna's relationship with her children - Lourdes, 18, Rocco, 15, and David and Mercy, both nine.
The source told The Sun, "She's not made any decision, she loves giving fans an insight into her life, especially when touring.
"Bunim Murray have proven with Caitlyn Jenner's show 'I Am Cait' that they can tackle sensitive topics and not just make trash TV."
If the rumours are true, it would seem Madonna has changed her stance on television, having previously said she doesn't actually watch it. She said, "Everyone's a bit contest-obsessed. I don't actually like the idea of being a judge. It's so, I don't know, subjective - what's good and what isn't.
"I think perhaps we're too obsessed with it."
She probably won't be making an appearance on 'The X Factor' judging panel any time soon, then.
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