British girl band Little Mix are currently in talks about starring in a fly-on-the-wall TV documentary.
The Black Magic singers have revealed to Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper that they are in discussions for a reality program which will give viewers an "intimate look" into their lives.
The girls - Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall - are looking to make a deal with U.K. broadcasters and are planning to have cameras constantly follow them around for a year while they are on tour promoting current fourth album Glory Days.
“We are in talks at the moment. We really want to do a documentary as we feel people do not know much about us," Jesy told the publication. “They know our songs and have seen us perform but they don’t know our personalities, so we would love to do a documentary... We want to get someone to follow us around on this whole tour for a whole year.”
Leigh-Anne adds that the idea sounds appealing now, but she may eventually get fed up being followed by cameras all the time. However, she thinks it will be a great way for fans to get an insight into the drama in their lives.
"There is always drama in our lives," she said. “Honestly we actually don’t ever get it on camera, do we? So that will be good for people to see that.”
Sources suggest they could touch on subjects such as Perrie's split from Zayn Malik and Jesy's rumoured break-up from fiance Jake Roche.
A source at their record label Syco Music told the publication they are currently hoping to turn the footage into a four-part series which will document their time supporting Ariana Grande on her Dangerous Woman Tour in North America from February (17) to April (17) ahead of their own Glory Days tour, which heads to the U.K., Europe, Australia and New Zealand from June (17).