In the most predictable development since Kim Kardashian and her family chose to publicize every conceivable angle of the star's Paris robbery for the sake of ratings, Danielle Bregoli has signed to anchor a reality show.
We'll give you a minute to pick your jaw up off the floor...
All good now?
Over the utter shock of this announcement?
Okay, allow us to pass along a few details.
According to TMZ, Bregoli has officially signed with what the website refers to as a "major TV production company."
Not many other details are available at the moment, but it's worth noting that the show (which will be centered on Danielle's ridiculous life, of course) does not actually have a home yet.
No network has agreed to air the series; nor is there an official pitch or summary of what the program will actually be about it.
The 14-year old has simply agreed to work with a company that will help get a series on television.
Tragically, it's not difficult to see this happening.
The Internet is very interest in the world of Danielle Bregoli, who rose to viral fame in September after she appeared alongside her mother on an episode of Dr. Phil.
The segment was titled "I Want to Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried to Frame Me for a Crime."
After displaying some boorish behavior and trying to sound all tough on stage, Bregoli turned to the audience and taunted them with what has become has catchphrase.
"Cash Me Outside," she oddly yelled to members of the crowd.
And, with just that, a Web superstar was sadly born.
Since her initial Dr. Phil interview, Bregoli has done all she can to remain relevant.
She is very clearly trying to extend her 15 Minutes of Fame into at least a full hour.
For example, Bregoli once trash-talked Kardashian over her sex tape with Ray J, obviously hoping to get into a public spat with the Queen of Being Famous for No Real Reason.
But Kim, to her credit, did not take the bait.
Elsewhere, a disturbing video (like, a VERY disturbing video) of Bregoli getting pummeled over and over and over by her mother also recently made the Internet rounds.
Here it is:
Sort of makes you think twice over whether or not we ought to give this young woman a platform, doesn't it?
She needs professional help, not a reality show.
In response to this crazy footage going viral, Danielle told TMZ it's been blown way out of proportion.
"Me and my mother are not fighting on the floor. We are play fighting,” she actually claimed to the site late last week, adding:
“People need to take their head out of shit they shouldn’t have their head in. She doesn’t abuse me. I love my mother."
So now the question is this:
Will you watch a Danielle Bregoli reality show? VOTE: