TV bosses are reportedly desperate to land the broadcast rights to a talent show organised by the traveller community.
The Daily Star claims that the nationwide competition attracted hundreds of performers last year. It is hoped that the show could rival Britain's Got Talent, following the success of Channel 4's My Big Fat Gypsy Weddings series.
Jake Bowers, from the Gypsy Media Company, told the paper that there has been a lot of interest from companies who want to make the competition for TV.
"When I was approached regarding the Big Fat Gypsy Weddings series, I mentioned I had organised Traveller's Got Talent last year," he said. "People were very keen. There was a lot of interest in it.
"Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities are perceived to be guilty of many things, but capable of nothing."
He continued: "But the final and the regional finals that led up to it quash that myth. They have all demonstrated that Gypsy, Roma and Traveller young people, in particular, have talents, skills and abilities that are largely unrecognised by the world beyond their communities."
However, a Channel 5 spokesperson ruled out their interest in the show commenting: "We have no plans to develop a show of this nature. But we can't say what is going to happen in the future."