The Kardashians 're-sign to E! Network for a whopping $150 million'

The Kardashians 're-sign to E! Network for a whopping $150 million'

The Kardashians 're-sign to E! Network for a whopping $150 million'

This alleged deal is a massive increase from their 2015 contract, which saw them receive $20 million (£15,200,000) a cycle for five cycles totalling $100 million (£76,196,282). Kourtney Kardashian shut down rumors circulating the internet that she is pregnant.

Kris and klans contract lock them down for another five seasons of Keeping Up With The Kardashians - which comes to $30 million per season, according to The Blast.

"She's only told family and her best friends", one insider reportedly said.

Sources to the website say that the family's deal takes them well into 2019 and is also structured so that the family decides how to split up the money among themselves. Translation - Kim and Kylie make the big bucks, Kourtney and Rob get the shaft, and Kris Jenner gets a huge portion of all of their paychecks.

Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian recently confirmed she and Kanye West are adding to their brood.

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In a tweet this morning, Kourtney said the rumors about her expecting a baby with her boyfriend, Younes Bendjima, are the result of an interview quote being taken completely out of context. Kourtney is already mom to Penelope, Mason and Reign, all from her previous relationship with Scott Disick.

In a poll on Instagram Stories he asked: "Sometimes you just gotta keep the good news to yourself, you feel me?"

Either way, it's looking like 2018 will be the year of the Kardashian baby boom.

After Kim posted a picture of mum Kris Jenner rocking a newly blonde pixie crop and an incredibly extra outfit, the momager's name began to trend on Twitter.

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