RYAN Seacrest is reportedly "courting Bella Thorne and her sisters to be the next Kardashians."
The news comes as Keeping Up With the Kardashians is airing its final season.
An insider recently told Page Six that Ryan, 46, is interested in having Bella, 23, and her family star on a reality show to fill the void that the Kardashians will inevitably leave behind.
Ryan created and serves as an executive producer on E!'s Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which is set to conclude next month with the Season 20 finale.
Sources told the outlet that Ryan has his eye on the Thornes to be the next dysfunctional family to take over for the Kardashians on the network.
However, Ryan's camp denied a show starring Bella's family is in the works.
The 23-year-old actress moved from Florida to Los Angeles with her sister Dani, 28, and half-sister Kaili, 29, to make it in Hollywood as an actress.
Noting that the star's half-sister's name is pronounced as "Kylie," the source said: “They’ve even got a Kylie!”
Bella booked her first major acting role when she was cast as CeCe Jones on Disney Channel's Shake It Up, which aired from 2010-2013.
She has most recently made headlines for posting sexy content on OnlyFans.
Bella and her sisters have also been part of her fair share of scandals, as other creators on OnlyFans slammed the actress and Kaili for joining the adult website.
After Bella reportedly crashed the site when she joined and then brought $2 million on the platform in just 48 hours, some other users believe she's unfair competition.
The company subsequently put a price cap on pay per view snaps and changed the payment time period from seven to 30 days.
Kalli also received backlash from OnlyFans users when she said "sex work isn't real."
Back in March, Bella became engaged to boyfriend Benjamin Mascolo.
After nearly two years of dating, Benjamin announced that he popped the question to his future bride as he captioned the photo “she said YES!”
It was announced back in September that KUWTK was coming to an end after 20 seasons.
Kim Kardashian shared the news, writing it is with "heavy hearts" that they made the "difficult decision as a family to say goodbye to Keeping Up with the Kardashians."
Shortly after the news broke, it was revealed that the famous family landed a massive new content deal to exclusively create shows for Hulu.
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