In a project to rival Bravos Being Bobby Brown, veteran musician Ike Turner is hoping to launch a reality series based on his volatile relationship with ex-wife Audrey Madison, the woman he claims tried to kill him with an overdose of prescription pills.

According to WENN, the 75-year-old divorced artist is now back together with Madison, his background singer, and looking to make some money off of their quirky relationship.
Friends insist the couple will be together forever, because she’s the only woman who is "wilder than he is."
One source says: "He’s been used to marrying groupies he could control."
In addition to working on their relationship and pitching a new reality TV show, the duo is currently planning a tour of Europe.

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Editor’s Note: The fifteen year partnership of Ike and Tina Turner is captured in The Ike and Tina Turner Story: 1960-1975, in stores October 2nd (via Time Life). Their well-chronicled relationship, both personal and professional, was tumultuous at best and ended in 1976. Ike won a Grammy Award in 2006 for Best Traditional Blues Album. Tina Turner went on to eventually become one of the most successful female pop artists of all time, selling more concert tickets than any other solo performer in history and releasing a string of multi-platinum solo albums.