Octomom: I Am 'Absolutely Not' Doing a Reality Show

Nadya Suleman is shooting down rumors that she wants to star in a new reality show, saying she has no interest in being famous.

The revelation comes in the new issue of Life & Style magazine, which did a two-hour sit-down interview with America’s "octomom." When the mag asked her if the rumors were true, Suleman said "absolutely not … I’d love to vanish from the public eye as soon as I can."

While the gossip mill has been buzzing for months that Suleman was in talks to pursue a career as a reality star, Life & Style’s sister magazine In Touch Weekly added weight to the rumor by citing an inside source as saying that Suleman and her brood of fourteen children will soon be coming to a television set near you.

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According to In Touch, the show would go beyond just her adventures as a mother of 14, and would also focus on finding her a new man to complete her dream of the perfect family.

In Touch described the show as a cross between ABC’s hit "The Bachelor" and TLC’s "Jon & Kate Plus 8."

Several sources close to Suleman, including Gloria Allred, an attorney for Angels in Waiting, which briefly provided free nursing service to Nadya, have accused her of being obsessed with fame.

Last week, Allred told the "TODAY" show that Suleman was more interested in cameras than her babies. Earlier this year, her ex-publicist Victor Munoz called Suleman "greedy" and "nuts."

Click here to read the full report from Life & Style Magazine.