Kardashians get paid $100 million for a new TV deal
The Kardashians have just scored a record-breaking reality deal with E!, which means Keeping Up with the Kardashians is here to stay.
The $100 million deal was negotiated by momager and star of the show, Kris Jenner, and is reportedly the largest deal in history for a reality brand. According to Page Six, it includes herself and her daughters Kim, Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall and Kylie Jenner for the next four years.
Bruce Jenner is not part of the deal and will not be appearing in Season 10 of the show, as previously reported.
Though the news just broke, the sisters are already celebrating. Kylie Jenner, who is just 17 years old, bought herself a $2.7 million bachelorette pad.
Meanwhile, Kim is celebrating her newly minted 27 million followers on Instagram with a thong selfie.
The deal not only covers Keeping Up with the Kardashians, but also future opportunities for the ladies. Kris is rumored to be working on a Kardashian YouTube channel, Khloé is expected to continue working with E! on the red carpet and with other hosting opportunities, and Kim may be producing some future upcoming shows for the network. All of these opportunities and more are also rumored to be included in the deal.
The investment is well worth it for E!, according to the New York Post. The ladies are worth a few thousand per tweet (Khloé apparently makes up to $8,000 per tweet), not to mention public appearances, modeling campaigns and books.
So far, E!, Kris Jenner and the rest of the Kardashian ladies aren't commenting on the deal.