Kim Kardashian and Kanye West... ah, their romance seems to be going so swimmingly right now. The couple continues to defeat the divorce drama with her ex, Kris Humphries, and they're even dressing alike in coordinating (and usually) all-black ensembles. The reality TV show diva has even swapped her Christian Louboutin stilettos for his Air Yeezy kicksÂ—on occasion, that is. They've also proved the naysayers wrong, so far, who claim that this is another Kardashian love story that won't lastÂ—or that the relationship is merely part of a fame game.
But would Kimye risk their romance by embarking on a reality TV show spinoff that centers on just the two of them?! After all, Kardashian and Humphries' significant time on the small screen didn't really work out so well.
West has already had several cameos on Keeping up with the Kardashians, and it would seem that those segments would be sufficient. Plus, Kardashian has even admitted that, after her high-profile yet highly unsuccessful marriage with Humphries, she wants to keep her relationship with West on a more private level.
However, it seems that may no longer be the case. It may not be a surprise that the enterprising Kim Kardashian has had a change of heart, but perhaps what's a bit more shocking is that Kanye West is okay with it. The couple is rumored to be eyeing a London-based reality show that focuses on both of their adventures in the worlds of fashion and music. Mom-ager Kris Jenner is apparently a huge fan of this idea, too, even hoping to scoop up more star factor by including some of West's friends like Jay-Z and Beyonce in the series. (Good luck getting Bey, though, as she's said to not be the biggest fan of Kardashians!)
Of the potential spinoff, Hollywood Life confirms that an insider said, "Kanye [seems] cool with all this...[he's] all about business, so to him this is just another business venture... He [knows] people will eat that s*** up if he and Kim did a TV show together... He [knows] that would be TV gold and he [isn't] stupid about his paper."
A Kimye reality show might sizzle up the small screen with skyrocketing ratings, but hopefully it wouldn't burn out the flame of the couple's real-life relationship.