London-based pop sensation Lily Allen is in talks with producers about getting her own TV show which will air on the BBC 3 channel, it has been claimed.
According to reports, the SMILE singer has met with producers Beeb about the creation of her own documentary.
Danny Cohen, head of BBC 3, was said to be "impressed" with the young star's "mature approach to life", one source told the Sun newspaper.
"He's checked out her MySpace blog and thinks she's just the kind of articulate young person the channel needs. It's early days but he's very keen," they added.
The mouthy 22-year-old is said to be considering focusing the show on teenage problems such as weight and relationships.
Lily is no stranger to the small screen having already appeared on Friday Night With JONATHAN ROSS and hosted an episode of Channel 4 show The Friday Night Project.