Ivanka Trump is reportedly getting a lot of offers to return to television, and she might even be considering a show that is similar to Shark Tank.
As OK! Magazine reported, the Trump family became famous thanks to reality television, so it may not be much of a shock that some members want to go back to the format, especially if Donald Trump loses the presidential election. Ivanka appeared alongside her father and her siblings on TV series The Celebrity Apprentice.
"For the kids to return to reality TV shouldn't be a surprise and neither should be the fact that Ivanka is the family member that is getting the most offers, including interest from Dancing with the Stars," an insider said.
She apparently isn't concerned if DWTS will have her, but she reportedly might consider being on the show now that more doors are open to her. However, because she purportedly feels she can reach higher than the competition series and possibly even nab a spot in prime time, she would likely turn down any offers.
"Ivanka is getting more offers than she has ever received in her life. She could have her own prime time cable show if she wanted it. Winner of the mirrorball trophy might be nice for her brothers Eric or Donald Jr., but Ivanka isn't interested in it," a source said.
She likely knows that the decision is pivotal as her life has the potential to change if her father loses the election.
"She knows that what she does right now will determine her future for years to come," the insider said.
Ivanka is not against making a return to reality television, especially given her family's past success with the format, but she doesn't want to do something like The Real Housewives or Dancing with the Stars.
Instead, she may be interested in a series similar to Shark Tank or The Celebrity Apprentice.
While Ivanka is getting some good support from many of her father's admirers, some of his detractors have been less friendly toward the first daughter.
As The Inquisitr previously reported, The Lincoln Project paid to have two large billboards put up in New York City. The advertisements were critical of both Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner, and the couple threatened to sue the political group to have them taken down.
The Lincoln Project responded that they would not remove the billboards.