Caitlyn Jenner wants to break the internet like Kim K.
"Caitlyn Jenner had a slow 2016, but she is planning a major comeback in 2017 with her first ever naked photo shoot," reports the publication.
Apparently, Jenner is excited to show off his new body.
“Cait wants to do something along the lines of what Kim did on the cover of Paper magazine. No one has worked harder than Cait to get the body she wants and, naturally, she wants to show it off,” sources tell the gossip outlet.
“She will also use the explosive cover to help her return to TV in 2017 after her solo show was cancelled," says the report.
"Cait has learned from that experience and wants the new show to be more silly and fun like the Kardashian show. It will focus less on her being a transsexual and more on being a single girl that wants to date and have a great time.”
Jenner was a dominate athlete in the 1970s, taking home the Olympic gold medal for the decathlon in '76, while going by the name Bruce. The former husband to reality star and "momager" Kris Jenner decided to publicly transition into a "woman" in 2015, becoming an instant media darling and gracing the cover of Vanity Fair to officially announce his new first name: Caitlyn.
Jenner, a man, was named Glamour's "Woman of the Year" in 2015 and took home ESPN's 2015 "Arthur Ashe Award for Courage," edging out courageous college basketball superstar Lauren Hill, a cancer research activist and eventual 19-year-old brain cancer victim.