Since Keeping Up With The Kardashians has already wrapped and its finale has aired, Kim Kardashian is mostly shilling herself, her relationship, and the upcoming premiere of Kourtney & Kim Take Miami (which they’re currently filming and which already has its first trailer).
Which means between now and January, there are going to be more quotes like this… asked by an Australian outlet “Who would she want to swap lives with for a day?” while on the red carpet representing E! Kardashian responded: “Jesus. Because I think it would be pretty fascinating to see the power that he had.”
In other news, Kanye West is reportedly suddenly concerned about his girlfriend’s tackiness in shilling for anyone who’s willing to pay; i.e. Kardashian saying “yes” to almost any endorsement (even ones that break the law). He apparently thinks it’s gauche, low-rent, and she needs to step up their image as a couple.
A source tells Heat Magazine: “Kanye is thinking of their brand as a duo now, rather than her family’s. He thinks some of what she’s put her name to is tacky and has already advised her to say no to certain things. The whole empire is based around Kim and it is her celebrity status that drives the brand. For her to turn her back on it would not only be a devastating blow to the family, but most of all to her mum, Kris [Jenner], too.”
The source also says Kardashian suddenly learned boundries and shame since getting married (and divorced) for money: ”Kim has secretly been getting embarrassed about how much her family share and there’s no way Kanye would allow the intimate moments of their relationship to be filmed. He is happy to be in the background, but he thinks some things should be kept private.”
In Khloe Kardashian news, she’s reportedly being c**k-blocked from hosting X Factor by E! who basically own her (she previously joked about her “slave masters” because of the oppressive contract that even prohibit dying her hair while filming). TMZ.com says E! isn’t playing nice and is concerned the 28-year-old’s shilling for X Factor will distract and dilute her existing deals for E! since the family’s “exclusivity” or the illusion of it is part of what makes her so bankable.