Daniel Bryan wants Total Divas spin-off with Brie Bella
Daniel Bryan wants to star in his own reality TV show with his wife Brie Bella but only if it doesn't focus on dramas and instead accurately shows their life together.
Daniel Bryan wants to star in a 'Total Divas' spin-off show with his wife Brie Bella that is about "helping people".
The WWE Superstar regularly appears in the E! reality series which stars his spouse and he's up for appearing in a separate programme which focuses on their life together as a couple as long as it's not just about drama and partying like 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' because that would be boring to him.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Daniel said: "I would be up for our own show but the circumstances would have to be a little bit different. I don't want all the drama in my life, which is what you get from those shows. What I would really like is a reality TV show which was about helping people, something that would be good for the planet and would help people. Otherwise it's a show which is like, 'Hey, here's these people partying!' 'Total Divas' isn't that. For instance I was very proud of Brie when she did something on factory farming which was a really good thing to highlight."
Daniel also wants his fans and Brie's to see that they don't live an extravagant lifestyle and that you don't to own lots of possessions to be happy, which is the message spread by stars like Kim Kardashian West and her family.
He added: "I think, 'OK, we're kind of mild celebrities.' But just because we're celebrities we don't live a big lifestyle. One of the things that's really overplayed in our society is that people look at the superstars living these extravagant lifestyles on TV and the message to you, the viewer at home, is that this is the lifestyle you should be pursuing. I don't think that's the case at all.
"Simplicity makes us happy, and I think the more that you show people that and the more you show it to them as an option, the better it is.
"We don't want a big house, a big house is wasteful. You don't need lots of stuff, having loads of stuff is wasteful. If you can give more of yourself to your community and to the people around you that's a lot more meaningful to your life."
Daniel, 33, will be competing in the 'Royal Rumble' this Sunday (25.01.15) and viewers can watch the 30-man over the top battle royale via a subscription to the WWE Network for just £9.99 a month or on Sky Sports Box Office from 1am.