Spencer Pratt is set to make a music video with KFC.

The former 'Hills' star has been approached by the fast food chain to join them in a partnership to promote their fried chicken using his song 'Ain't No Thang But a Chicken Wing', providing he isn't too "chicken" to get involved.

A letter from The Company's president Roger Eaton, which was obtained by gossip website TMZ, said: "After hearing 'Ain't No Thang But a Chicken Wing', we couldn't wait to get in touch with you!

"'Call me Mr. KFC', you say? Well, we'd like to do exactly that. We heard the song came out before it was fully cooked, and that you were just winging it as a first cut. So on behalf of the entire Kentucky Fried Chicken family, we want to make you an offer you couldn't resist.

"We're willing to help you tune up the track and even turn it into a tasty music video, featuring the Colonel himself. That is, if you're not chicken."

The company's famous fried chicken was first cooked up by Colonel Sanders in 1930 in Corbin, Kentucky, and his image is still used as the company's logo.

Spencer's song was leaked in January and is reported to have been part of a rap album by Spencer - who is married to fellow reality TV star Heidi Montag - that was never released.

However, animal rights group PETA have hit out at the lyrics of the song and the potential collaboration with KFC, accusing the chain of animal cruelty.

In a response lyric, PETA wrote on its website: "Money is my thing, but won't make up for broken wings. Stay away from KFC, 'cause it only causes misery."