Scott Mills wants to make a documentary with Pitbull
Scott Mills has admitted he would love to make a documentary with Pitbull about the 'I Know You Want Me' hitmaker's life
Scott Mills wants to make a documentary with Pitbull.
The BBC Radio 1 DJ recently forged a friendship with the 'I Know You Want Me' hitmaker after interviewing him and has revealed he is now eager to get to know him even better.
He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "The show would be me going on nights out with Pitbull. It would be insane."
The 41-year-old broadcaster previously made the two-part documentary 'The Hoff: When Scott Came to Stay' in 2009, during which he lived with 'Baywatch' star David Hasselhoff in his California mansion for four days, and is now keen to do something similar with Pitbull.
He explained: "After he left [the interview] I was like, 'I need to do a show with him, because his life is insane'. He did the interview with us and he said, 'I've got to go. I'm off to the Maldives to do a private party'. And it's literally private jets and all of that. So I would quite like to see what his life is like and what he's actually like because he's got this kind of persona a bit like David, where it's kind of like, 'What's the real thing?' So I'll suggest it."
And while the 34-year-old rapper has been friendly with Scott since their meeting, the DJ admitted he finds his quirky personality hilarious.
Speaking at Kylie Minogue's headline concert at Barclaycard British Summertime in Hyde Park, he added: "He's been emailing me. So it comes up as Mr Worldwide, that's how it comes up on the email.
"He's just followed it up, he was like, 'Hey, it was great to meet you. I'd love to be interviewed by you again.' And it's quite cool because normally it would say 'Sent from Blackberry', but it says 'Sent from Pitberry'."