obbie Williams wants to do a fly-on-the-wall reality TV show.
The "Candy" hitmaker believes he and his wife Ayda Field - who have two children Theodora, five, and Charlton, three, together - are an "interesting family" and he'd love nothing more than to share their little quirks with the nation, but he doesn't think a reality TV series based on their home life is something that would hit screens any time soon.
Speaking to heat magazine, he said: "I think at some point that would be an interesting thing to do, because I like to entertain and I like my job. We're an interesting family with our quirks, but I can't see that happening for a long time - but I wouldn't discount it."
But the 43-year-old singer will certainly be ready when the cameras do come his way as he's been watching various American reality TV shows.
He said: "Those pause-like moments where we're like; "Oh no, we have got to have a chart about this!" We're also into the "Housewives...". "Beverly Hills" is probably your best route in, but "Orange County is the "OG". "New Jersey" is just, "What the f**k is happening." "Atlanta's good too. I draw the line at "Dallas". I mean, it's probably still on in the background, but I'm playing a game while that happens."
And it seems Robbie will move towards television in the future as he's convinced thinks his music career is going to "kill" him because of his battle with anxiety.
He said recently: "This job is really bad for my health. It's going to kill me. Unless I view it in a different way. It sprints through my family.
"I don't know if I'd be this mentally ill without fame. I don't think it would be as gross or as powerful if it hadn't have been for fame. You get a magnifying glass in the shape of the world's attention and your defects will obviously magnify too."