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Kim Kardashian WILL talk Kanye West divorce drama on new Hulu show

KIM Kardashian will open up about her divorce to Kanye West on her family's new show with streaming service Hulu, The Sun Online can exclusively reveal.

The star, 40, announced in September that the family's E! reality series, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, would be coming to an end after its 21st season.

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However, three months after the family's announcement it was revealed that Kris, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie had signed a new deal with Hulu to create global content for them exclusively.

The content is expected to debut in late 2021 – however the format of the content created hasn't been confirmed.

And now, sources close to the family have revealed that Kim will spill the beans on her divorce to the rapper, 43, now that he doesn't have a say in what she shares about them.

An insider told us: "It won't be straight up scripted reality like the E! show – it'll be more about their businesses, for instance Kim's legal training and campaigning and Kylie's make-up line, but will also follow their personal lives.

"They're already working on content and Kris is telling everyone it'll be the 'next level' of TV.

"Of course Kim's divorce will play out on camera, she knows that people will be watching for any drama and it would be weird if she didn't mention the split at all," they added.

"Fans want to hear direct from Kim about her life, and she knows that's why people will be tuning in.

"On KUWTK, Kanye had a say about what Kim could and couldn't say about their lives, but with this new contract, she's free to do exactly what she wants."

Last week, it was reported by that Kim has had cameras following her around for the last nine months, which was around the same time that rumours began to circle about her impending divorce.

An insider also told the Mirror that Kanye, 43, who has made several appearance on KUWTK since 2013, is "very unlikely" to be featured in any scenes.

The Kardashians' long-standing E! show is set to premiere next month for its last season.

The rumours that had been circling for the past few months finally came true with Kim filed for divorce from Kanye on Friday.


A source close to the beauty mogul told The Sun that their divorce has been "all amicable" while adding "there’s no drama" as they're set to divide their $2billion fortune.

The reality star is asking for joint legal and physical custody of the couple's four kids, TMZ reported. 

Sources close to the family told the outlet Kanye is "fine" with the joint custody arrangement as the couple is "committed to co-parenting together."

According to the insider, a prenup is already arranged to handle the pair's massive $2billion fortune and neither party is contesting the agreement.

It was added they've made it so far along in the legal proceedings, the couple is in the stages of reaching a property settlement agreement.

The mother of four did not specify a date of separating and it's still listed as "to be determined."

Together, the couple share daughters North, seven, Chicago, three, and sons Saint, five, and 1-year-old baby boy Psalm.

The filing comes after sources close to Kim previously revealed she "began talks" to file for divorce from Kanye as early as July of 2020.

Last month, an insider exclusively revealed to The Sun that she’s taking her time with the split because she has gotten used to living "separate lives."

Following the divorce news, sources close to Kanye revealed that he "isn't happy" about the divorce, but has accepted his marriage is over. 

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