Watch out, Kim Kardashian. Your sisters are in town.
Big sister Kim reportedly made over $43 million in the first three months after launching her cult game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. The app works as an extension to Kim’s reality star status, letting her fans live her life along with her, through the power of their smartphones.
Kim introduced her siblings to her virtual world a few weeks ago, revealing their characters on Instagram. Kendall’s avi had her model bod’, whilst Kylie’s sported her signature pout and teal dip dyed treses.
Now, the youngest Keeping Up With The Kardashian sisters are taking on their sister’s digital crown, by revealing that they’ve been working hard behind the scenes on their very own spin-off.
It seems that business savvy runs in the family genes, as each Jenner sister has already secured their own status in the worlds of fashion and beauty.
Kendall cemented her catwalk takeover during fashion week, hopping from one runway to another, and as an international model she’s provided the face for brands such as Estee Lauder and Calvin Klein.
Kylie’s not far behind, with her own line of hair extensions, she’s also the global ambassador for NIP+FAB, which she officially launched just last weekend on a trip to London.
Together, they have their own clothing line with PacSun, which is now into it’s second season.
Not bad for a 19 and a 17 year old, eh?
Kim’s game allows you to create your own avatar, with the aim of dominating the cyber Hollywood world and achieving that much-coveted A-list status. With the help of your own management team, and your new BFF Kim-K herself, the game takes you through a series of challenges, steering your career up the ladder to different status levels. Sound familiar?
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Made by the same game-makers as Kim’s, we expect a similar model from the KJ’s.
We predict a series of fashion week catwalks, pampered pooch sidekicks, and a hell of a lot of selfie taking.
We’re brushing up on our skills in preperation as we speak.
By Laura Jane Turner