Mariah Carey is reportedly getting her own reality show.

Although she has claimed to hate her experience on American Idol, Carey is apparently thrilled about the idea of having her own television series.

Carey is currently filming a docu-reality series that will chronicle behind-the-scenes drama of her Las Vegas residency dubbed Mariah #1 to Infinity as well as her two-month, Spring 2016 European tour, Us Weekly reported.

Carey's "manager is a reality TV producer and got her the deal," a source told Us.

"The show is also about Mariah and the crew around her," added an insider. "It's nuts. Mariah is very funny on camera."

Carey got engaged to billionaire James Packer in January after filing for divorce from America's Got Talent host Nick Cannon in December 2014. Carey and Cannon have four-year-old twins together named Monroe and Morrocan.

"Mariah's excited to show some personal family moments," a friend of the five-time Grammy winner told the magazine. "It'll definitely show another side to her."

Carey's show doesn't have an official premiere date yet, but she reportedly already has a title in mind: Mariah's Squad.

Carey served on American Idol's judging panel with Keith Urban, Nicki Minaj and Randy Jackson for Season 12 back in 2013. She called her gig the "worst experience of [her] life" and the show "fake" and "boring." Carey also feuded with Minaj basically the entire time on the set.
About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.