It was recently revealed that both sisters Kardashian Jenner He will receive a nine-figure millionaire fee for his participation in the new family reality show on the platform hollowfrom Disney+,”KardashiansDespite the criticism they received, Chloe Kardashian I decided to defend the salary in a new interview with the magazine diversewhere he talked about the financial agreement they signed to continue exposing their private lives on television.
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Chloe emphasized that the amount they received for the show was a major factor in their contracts, as they consider it fair to everything they show on TV.
“We give a lot of our personal lives for entertainment. We always have private family conversations, and we’re pretty wild, my sisters and I, what we agree on and what we don’t. But not all money is good money. It has to fit in well, and Hulu was a perfect fit for us.”
Khloe said they’ll all get the same fee, unlike in her previous E! reality show. , apparently, because they always said that Kim actually had the highest salary.
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Although the celebrity family did not specify how much they would be paid, each of them would earn the same amount of money: “We’re all the same,” Khloe Kardashian said.
According to sources who spoke to Variety, the Kardashian-Jenner clan signed a deal worth at least $100 million.
Family head and manager Kris Jenner recently told the magazine that money was really all the incentive the family needed to open their doors to the cameras again.
“Money is always important,” Chris said. He justified this by saying, “I think it would be foolish to say that money no longer matters.”
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As revealed in the trailer forKardashians,” The show follows Jenner and her daughters: Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and will debut on Hulu in the US on April 14, and in Brazil it will be available via Star+.
Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie are back and fans will have full access to their lives.
Sociologists turn the cameras back on to reveal the truth behind the headlines. From the intense pressure of running a multi-million dollar business, to free time like playing with kids and dropping them off at school. The series aims to capture the attention of viewers by focusing on an honest and fascinating story of love and family life.
Ben Winston is an executive producer alongside Emma Conway, and Elizabeth Jones and Danielle King act as showrunners on the show.
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