Insiders said that Bella and her sisters could be the perfect replacement for the KarJenners who will be embarking on a new show on Hulu. "They’ve even got a Kylie!" one insider noted.
Sources said that Seacrest, who was the creator and executive producer of KUWTK, is trying to sync up schedules with Bella and her sisters for test taping.
However, fans shouldn't get their hopes up as nothing has been confirmed.
"This project and news are completely false and Ryan nor his team have not had any discussions with or about the Thornes. There are no plans for Ryan and the Thornes to work together," Seacrest's representative said.
Bella moved from Florida to Los Angeles with her sister Dani, 28, and their half-sister Kaili (which is pronounced Kylie), 29. Bella landed her Shake It Up role on Disney Channel when she was aged 12.
Bella and Kaili were both involved in a scandal after they joined OnlyFans, which may be the kind of drama to do well on a reality show.
Bella was slammed when the site introduced a new rule after she reportedly made over $2 million in her first week — but OnlyFans said the rule had nothing to do with Bella. The platform introduced a rule which stated that sellers cannot charge more than $50 for pay-per-view content and sellers cannot tip more than $100, after Bella was allegedly trying to charge $200 for a bikini picture beforehand, OK! previously reported.
"I wanted to bring attention to the site, the more people on the site the more likely of a chance to normalize the stigmas, And in trying to do this I hurt you," the 23-year-old explained at the time. "I have risked my career a few times to remove the stigma behind sex work, porn, and the natural hatred people spew behind anything sex related."
She added, "I am a mainstream face and when you have a voice, a platform, you try to use ... in helping others and advocate for something bigger than yourself. Again in this process I hurt you and for that I’m truly sorry."
Kaili joined soon after her sister and clashed with fellow users of the site when she reportedly said sex work "isn’t real." "The argument is that sex should not be work. That’s why it turns into human trafficking and should be stopped," she said.
Kaili also reportedly said that OnlyFans users were "not creative." "All your bios say the same thing: 'Insatiable s**t.' Get creative and maybe you’d keep your clientele," she said.
Page Six was the first to report on the alleged reality show for the Thornes.