Corinne Olympios is reportedly close to landing her own reality show.

The villain from Nick Viall's The Bachelor season is in talks with ABC to star in her own reality spinoff, Life & Style reported.

Olympios, a Miami native who models and helps run her father's business, reportedly "just wants to be famous."

"Look, Corinne doesn't want to marry Nick," a source told OK! Weekly, according to Life & Style. "She wants to be famous, end of story."

If Olympios doesn't become engaged to Viall at the end of Season 21, she's probably at least a shoo-in for Season 4 of Bachelor in Paradise this summer.

"It's ridiculous that a woman in her twenties would need a nanny, but that's what would make this must-watch TV," the source continued. "Corinne is a walking reality show."

Olympios opened up about her villainous The Bachelor edit and whether fans are seeing a misrepresentation of her true self during a recent appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

"That is the real me. It definitely is a real side of me," Olympios told the talk show host.

"But there are many other sides to me. I am an older sister. I run a business. I am an athlete -- I work out every day. I have a trainer. I mean, I just think you'll see a lot more of Corinne as the season goes on -- clothed. Clothed."

Olympios' "clothed" quip erupted laughter in the studio, as she was referring to the moment she ripped her bikini top off during a group date and later asked Viall to lick whipped cream off her chest while she was seemingly wearing nothing but a trench coat.

"Watching it back, I'm funny!" Olympios admitted. "I think I'm funny. I actually really laugh very hard at myself. I'm like, 'Wow, I didn't even know I was that funny.' I was a little bit more promiscuous than I thought I would look."