Kim Kardashian announced that the long-running reality TV show “The Kardashian Family” is nearing an end.”With heavy hearts, we as a family made the difficult decision to say goodbye to ‘Keep Up With The Kardashians’,” she said on her Twitter account.
According to BBC, the 21st and final season of the program, which lasted 14 years and made Kim, her sisters, and family members, will be international stars, at the beginning of 2021.
Kim thanked the “thousands of individuals and companies” participating in the program, adding: “I am very grateful to everyone who has seen me and supported my family over the past 14 wonderful years.”
“This program has made us who we are now, and I will forever be indebted to everyone who supports a role in shaping our professional lives and changing our lives forever,” she said.
Most of the family was out of the spotlight when the show premiered in 2007.
Kim had previously appeared on her friend Paris Hilton’s program, and her father Robert Kardashian – died in 2003 – was known for his defense of the American athlete OJ Simpson in the famous murder case.
Although it was criticized for a lot, the program achieved massive viewership, won awards, and was the most successful program of “E”.
As the show went on, Kim, 39, became one of the most famous women in the world, followed by hundreds of thousands of people on social media, and owns a thriving beauty brand.
She married rap star Kanye West in 2014 and has three children with him and shares a net worth of over $1 billion.
She had spoken publicly about her husband’s mental health problems, after a series of irregular statements by the latter following his candidacy for the presidency.
Her sisters Kendall (24 years old) and Kylie Jenner (23 years old) were two children at the start of the show, but later, each made her own stars, and both of them are today among the most influential people. Own beautification.
After the news spread of the suspension of the program, Khloe Kardashian tweeted: “Emotions are overflowing today … Change is difficult, but sometimes it is needed.”
A spokesperson for “E” said in a statement to The Eastern Herald: “It was an absolute privilege and we will miss them from the bottom of the heart. We respect the family’s decision to live their lives without our cameras.”