Kim Kardashian was considered as the most popular one out of all the Kardashian/Jenner clan, but youngest sister Kylie Jenner is slowly taking up her top spot. After expanding her brand from being a plain reality star to model and businesswoman, producers believed that the teen deserves a show of her own, Life of Kylie. Unfortunately, the series will not showcase everything about her life at all.
Since her new show is called the Life of Kylie, many are expecting to know more about some juicy details about Kylie Jenner's life. However, the 19-year-old television personality reportedly will have some restrictions as to what will be shown on her show.
Since her love life is supposed to be the most intriguing part of the new reality series, it seems that nothing exciting is going to happen when Life of Kylie will finally premiere in August. After Kylie Jenner's refusal to discuss her ex Tyga and new boyfriend Travis Scott on the E! show, the executives were getting worried that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians spinoff will be a total flop.
Despite her popularity and fame, test audiences found the Life of Kylie to be too boring. In fact, even the teen's avid supporters are saying that Kylie Jenner is just too "dull" to watch for an entire episode.
Even though Kylie Jenner was already famous before hooking up with Jaden Smith, Tyga, and Travis Scott, people are even more interested in her because of her past and current relationships.
The social media princess had an on-and-off relationship with Tyga for a couple of years until they officially called it quits in April of this year. The 27-year-old rapper was accused to have cheated on Kylie Jenner with a transgender and her reaction with all the cheating scandals could possibly be one of the highlight episodes of Life of Kylie. Unfortunately, that will never happen.
Now, the Kylie Lip Kit mogul is enjoying a new romance with Travis Scott. Their sweet moments together will definitely boost up the show's ratings. But again, it will never happen because the famous star is not open to that idea.
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