It's been four months since Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin got married, and for the most part, the couple has kept a pretty low profile.
But if you thought they would continue living life on the down-low, we assume you just awoke from a 20-year coma and are just now figuring out life in 2019.
Here's a brief crash course to bring you up to date:
The crazy guy from The Apprentice is our president; the first season of The Sopranos hasn't aged terribly well; and -- most important to our discussion today -- fame is the new currency, and everyone is obsessed with amassing as much as they can.
So perhaps the reports of a Justin and Hailey reality show should come as no surprise.
“Justin and his wife, Hailey, are in the early stages of developing a reality TV show about their new life together,” a source close to the situation tells Radar Online.
“The format looks similar to Newlyweds, the old MTV show about Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey."
Ah, yes. If there's anything the youth of today are clamoring for it's a rebooted relic from the Dark Ages of reality television.
We know what you're thinking -- isn't Justin way too famous to star in a reality show.
And the answer, of course, is absolutely!
But sometimes, A-listers have to lend a hand to their non-A-list spouses by doing time on reality TV.
(We're looking at you, Kimye!)
Naturally, the stated goal of the show is to
make Hailey more famous allow Justin's fans to become more familiar with his new wife.
“Justin is excited for his fans to get to know his beautiful wife better through the process," says the insider, who's beginning to sound more and more like a press agent.
It's important to note that just because there's been talk about making the show, that doesn't mean it's necessarily going to see the light of day.
Obviously, Justin's famous enough that it'll happen if he wants it to.
But there's a good chance that he'll come to the realization that reality stardom ain't all it's cracked up to be.
In more serious Justin news, it seems Bieber is being treated for depression.
His reps have been careful to note, however, that his mental state has nothing to do with his marriage.
We're guessing it's just a result of living in the cesspool that is 2019.
You may want to go back to sleep, hypothetical coma guy.