David Walliams is reportedly developing a new sitcom idea based around a TV talent show.
The comedian is now working on a script for the currently un-titled project, inspired in part by his work as a judge on Britain's Got Talent.
"There has been a conversation," Dixon told the newspaper. "Amanda and me are very keen to be involved. I think Simon [Cowell] would be up for it too. We'll bully our way in! I told David that whatever he does, just make sure sure I'm a cool character."
She added: "He's constantly sharing ideas, whether it be book ideas or TV ideas. He's very open-minded and is such a creative person."
Dixon has previously joked that the interaction between the judges on Britain's Got Talent already feels like a scripted comedy. She explained: "There's David and Simon who are a couple, then me and Amanda Holden who are TV wives. That's exactly what it is."
This is not the first comedy project to be linked to a Simon Cowell TV show. Last year Harry Hill developed I Can't Sing, a comedy stage musical based on The X Factor. However, the show closed after just six weeks due to low ticket sales.
In 2008, Peter Kay spoofed TV talent shows via the one-off programme Britain's Got The Pop Factor And Possibly A New Celebrity Jesus Christ Soapstar Superstar Strictly On Ice.