Courtney Robertson Reality Show: 'Bachelor' Winner Approached For New Series

11:34 AM EDT 7/15/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Courtney Robertson may soon return to reality television.

Just months after releasing her tell-all book, I Didn’t Come Here To Make Friends: Confessions Of A Reality Show Villain, Robertson has been approached to return to television in her own reality series.

"I’ve been approached to do a reality TV show about my life and my friends and finding love,” Robertson revealed to Radar Online on July 15. However, she's not completely sold on the idea -- at least not yet. "It’s terrifying to think of putting yourself out there on that level!” she explained.

After starring on reality TV in early 2012, Robertson met and fell in love with The Bachelor's Ben Flajnik. During the finale episode, Robertson accepted Flajnik's proposal and embarked on a relationship after the show. Unfortunately, their off-camera relationship wasn't nearly as spicy as their on-camera relationship and months later, the pair parted ways.

Since the show, Robertson has been linked to a number of men, including The Bachelorette runner-up Arie Luyendyk Jr. Robertson has also dated Reese Witherspoon's husband, Jim Toth, and actors Jesse Metcalf and Adrian Grenier, who she spoke about in her book.

In addition to her reality TV opportunity, Robertson claims she's in talks for a possible movie, as well.

"I’ve definitely had a couple movie producers read the book and approach me," she told Radar. "I was like, how do you make a movie out of a TV show?!”

Although Robertson may be on the fence about a reality TV return, one thing she does know is that she's “definitely thinking about” writing a second book.

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