Khloe Kardashian: See How She Became One Of Reality TV’s Biggest Power-Players
In April, the family inked the most profitable TV deal any reality star has ever seen for their flagship show alone. The Ryan Seacrest-produced Keeping Up with the Kardashians — which averages three million viewers per episode — will remain on the air well into 2015.
Adding to a growing empire that includes fragrance and clothing lines, the star reportedly receives an estimated $40k per-episode for Kardashians spin-offs, according to Forbes magazine. She’s also heir to a sizable share of late father Robert Kardashian’s estate – estimated to be worth as much as $100 million.
Khloe’s income got a major boost in November when the reality star scored a co-hosting spot alongside Mario Lopez on TV’s The X-Factor. A source close to production confirmed reports of the deal, telling Celebuzz that the duo signed contracts for multimillion-dollar paychecks.
Taking their mega-star sister and top earner Kim out of the equation, just how powerful are Khloe and Kourtney alone? Likening the sisters to Joe Biden, CNN answered that question in the August article, “Being VP is just like being a lesser Kardashian.”
What do Celebuzz’s experts have to say about the power player? Launch the video above to find out.
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