With Spencer Pratt and "The Hills" in their final season, reality TV is in desperate need of a new bad boy. Fortunately, "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" co-star Scott Disick (Kourtney's boyfriend and little Mason's dad) is more than willing to fill the void.
"I don't mind being portrayed as the villain on TV, but nobody knows the real me," the drama king tells Life & Style in a new solo interview. "I'm a great guy. All the haters are just jealous, so they're trying to bring me down. I'm young, handsome, successful, wealthy. You could say I'm a role model -- I'm the American dream!"
Scott also opens up about his sometimes rocky relationship with Kim and Khloe's big sis, how parenthood has changed him since his son arrived in December, and whether we can expect more baby Kardashians in the future.
Check out these juicy tidbits:
On his relationship with Kourtney: "Kourtney and I met and fell in love long, long before any Kardashian reality show was ever on TV. We actually met at a mutual friend's birthday party in Mexico. Within a short amount of time, we fell in love."
On what he exactly does for a living: "I may be a douche to some people, but I actually do run companies. I make a lot of money, and I'm more than capable of supporting myself. I run multiple companies in the vitamin world -- QuickTrim, Rejuvacare, Monte Carlo Perpetual Tan."
On becoming a dad: "Having a baby has made me a completely different person. It's opened my eyes to the sense that there's something out there bigger than myself. That's why every day since Mason's birth I've worked on bettering myself."
On having more kids: "Later in life, a girl would be a fantastic addition to our family. Are we trying right now? No. If it ever happened, would we be happy? Yes. But I don't see having more than two kids. I'm an only child -- I think two is plenty."
Best of all, Scott (whom many say kind of resembles Christian Bale's character Patrick Bateman in "American Psycho") shared a few pics of himself in his signature preppy duds, including a pink paisley-print jacket and a crisp white suit, taken during a photo shoot for his new business venture, a self-tanner for men called Monte Carlo. Yes, you read that correctly.
For more about Scott and his family, pick up this week's issue of Life & Style.