The Kardashians Had No Idea They’d Called Themselves A ‘Klan’

We are halfway through Kim Kardashian’s four hour, two part wedding extravaganza, and though nary a nuptial has yet to air (last night’s episode was dedicated mainly to Kris Jenner’s plastic surgery), every media outlet and their mother has dedicated today to the Kardashians. Case in point: Women’s Wear Daily’s four separate articles about America’s most branded family.

RELATED: Kim Kardashian’s Mom Got A Facelift For Her Daughter’s Wedding

Unfortunately (and despite many a proclamation from those on the Kardashian business side that they’re “not concerned about overexposure”), there isn’t all that much new to learn about them. A few interesting tidbits:

Kim’s personal website kimkardashian.celebuzz.com received over 40 million page views last month. For comparison purposes, Vogue.com received 7 million pageviews per month in 2010.

Kim is neck-and-neck with Barack Obama on Twitter — she has 10.2 million followers to the President’s 10.4 million.

Kim and Kris Humphries gave out 200 bottles of her Love fragrance to guests at their wedding. The remaining 800 bottles of the limited edition 1000 bottle run sold out in a week.

RELATED: Kardashian Family Refers To Itself As A ‘Klan’ In Press Release

And finally, the Kardashians had no idea that a press release inviting media to a preview of their latest Sears collection referred to them as the Krazy Kardashian Klan.

I pointed out that not every C should be changed to a K so capriciously. The girls were unaware of an e-mail sent by a third party public relations agency extending the invitation to celebrate with the Krazy Kardashian Klan. “Like the KKK?” asked Khloé. “No. None of us are the KKK. That’s not good.”

And that’s good to know.

Kardashian Family Values [WWD]
The Kardashians: An Open Book [WWD]
In Person With Kris Jenner, the ‘Momager’ [WWD]
The Kardashians: The Beauty Biz [WWD]

Filed Under |
© 2014 Styleite, LLC   |   About UsAdvertiseNewsletterJobsPrivacyUser AgreementDisclaimerContactArchives RSS

Dan Abrams, Founder
  1. Mediaite
  2. The Mary Sue
  3. Styleite
  4. The Braiser
  5. SportsGrid
  6. Gossip Cop