HOLLYWOOD, California - The 33-year-old California woman who recently gave birth to octuplets has announced that she will have her own reality show.
A Fox Network executive confirmed that the unmarried mother will soon begin starring in her own show entitled, "I've Got 14 Kids, Who Wants To Be Their Daddy?"
She first got the idea when she noticed that she was having to do the feeding, changing the diapers, and bathing all by herself.
'OctuMama' as she refers to herself said that the show will focus on the premise of finding her a husband.
The show will basically take on a type of American Idol audition flavor. Producers will travel to five different cities where they will choose three men from the dozens that have already signed up in each city.
Those three will then be flown to Hollywood, where they will compete with a total of 15 men to see who will become her husband and the father of her 14 children ranging in age from one month to seven years.
She is so excited and has promised that when she does get married that she will only have four or five more kids at the most. She then said maybe six to make it an even 20, which is a nice round number.
One of the contestants and prospective husband/father, Elmer Bob Drywater, of Butte, Montana was recently interviewed by USA Today and he said that he hopes he wins.
When asked why. He replied "Well that der Nadya woman she sure is one fine lookin' gal. She's got all the right parts that I'm lookin' fer and they all is in the right spots to boot."
Another contestant, Clydell Willie Everwood, Jr. from Hackensack, New Jersey, said that he likes Nadya because she looks exactly like his favorite movie star, Angelina Jolie.
Clydell remarked, "I have fallen in love with Naddy. She's got Angie's lips, her eyes, her mouth, her belly button and most of all her biscuit."
The producers of the show were quick to point out that they have gone to great lengths to screen out those individuals who may just be trying to cash in on her new found fame and noteworthy notoriety.
One interesting point that was brought out was the fact that a total of seven women have signed up to be her husband.
A Fox spokesmans said that because of federally mandated laws the seven women, who are actually biological women, cannot be denied participation in the show's auditions.
One unnamed inside source said that the secretary who typed up the show's rules and bylaws messed up. Mavis Jo Quickweather, 43, inadvertently left out a line that was to have appeared on page 79, which would have read:
The show will be sponsored by Baby Ruth Candy Bars, Trojan Condoms, Pampers Baby Wipes, Victoria's Secret, and McDonald's who have just come out with a new burger meal named in honor of the octuplets, The McBabyBurger McMeal.