Kim Kardashian and Kanye West may begin filming scenes for their very own reality TV show following reports that E! Network executives are currently in discussions about putting the pair on a show together.
Just one week after reports of a blossoming romance between the reality TV personality, and West, it has been revealed that the rapper will not only appear on Kardashian's E! reality TV show but may also star alongside the 31-year-old in a new spin-off, according to Hollywood Life.
"Kanye is definitely going to make some appearances on Keeping Up With the Kardashians. He's all for it. He loves being in the spotlight and getting so much attention. Plus, the rest of the Kardashians, especially Khloe, love him," a source told HL.
West, 34, created speculation about his romantic involvement with Kardashian after the release of his new song "Theraflu" in early April, where he referenced falling "In love with Kim," according to the song's lyrics.
"I think [the Kardashians] are all in awe of his celebrity. Kris [Humphries] never really cared about being on TV and Reggie hated it, but Kanye loves it. He once told Kim that he would love to star in his OWN reality show. How about Kim & Kanye Take New York?!," the source said.
While some fans have questioned whether West may simply be trying to promote his new song, Kardashian recently fueled speculation about whether the two are genuinely dating in an interview on NBC's "Today" show on Friday.
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"I completely respect and understand that you have to ask these questions, but I've said before, Kanye and I have been friends for years. You know, you never know what the future holds or where my life will take me," Kardashian told "Today" host Ann Curry. When asked about the new reports she said "So … I like the song!"
West also took a dig at Kardashian's estranged husband, Kris Humphries, in his new song where he claims to have fallen for her during her marriage to the NBA star.
"Well that's cool, baby girl, do your thing. Lucky I ain't have Jay drop him from the team," West rapped, with reference to hip hop mogul, Jay-Z, who owns the New Jersey Nets where Humphries is based.