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January 05, 2012  | by: Ama Kwarteng

From left: Khloe, Kim, Kris and Kourtney

The Kardashian empire continues to grow bigger and bigger. According to Page Six, the reality TV family is launching a magazine dedicated to themselves.

Page Six is reporting that the reason the sisters are doing this is because of the negative press that came from Kim’s 72-day marriage. They want to handle their own press and spin scandals to their advantage. Some sources are saying that the magazine will be a “fanzine” for those devoted to the family, and others say that the magazine will be like Kim’s blog, which contains information about what’s going on in the family.

Kim, Kourtney and Khloe would all be involved editorially with the magazine, and of course, Kris Jenner would be involved too.

The Kardashians are reportedly close to closing a deal with American Media Inc. to publish the magazine. AMI publishes The National Enquirer, Shape and the recently launched magazine dedicated to reality TV stars, Reality Weekly. AMI also owns Star magazine, the same magazine that the Kardashians are suing for libel because of the alleged child labor scandal.

AMI and the Kardashians were reached to discuss the magazine, but both declined to comment. For now, the rumor goes unverified. Hopefully, it doesn’t turn out to be true; I think we’ve had enough of the Kardashians for a while.

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