'More Fake Than Ever': Inside The Kardashians Fakery Factory Where They 'Re-Enact Scenes'
Keeping Up With the Kardashians ratings are spiraling, and an insider exclusively told RadarOnline.com that the desperate family is making the show more fake than ever in the hopes that they can save it! Click through the gallery to learn exactly how Kris Jenner’s television empire is scripted and manipulated on a scene-by-scene basis.
Nothing is real in “reality” television! “They say we don’t make it up, we re-enact it,” a source intimately involved in the show told RadarOnline.com. With the 13th season now airing, fans have grown accustomed to family matriarch Jenner being exposed for doctoring scenes and storylines.
“They are told that they are going to redo the scenes,” the insider revealed. “So they will film the exact same scene over again. It is weird that they redo what happened in real life.”
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As RadarOnline.com readers know, KUWTK story manipulations are nothing new for the show. Jenner often juggles the timeline and sequence of scenes to fit into her narrative. But now the insider told RadarOnline.com that even the “conversations” between the family members are scripted. “They’ll write lines,” the source said about the producers of the show. Indeed, RadarOnline.com caught Kendall Jenner filming recently in Beverly Hills with a cheat sheet of talking points!
Jenner hired the best pros to make her “family” show seem like a “reality” show the source told RadarOnline.com. “There is a director. They’ll cut. They’ll do it again.”
Even though the Kardashians and Jenners lead “organic” lives with cameras capturing their everyday activities, the cameras didn’t always capture the drama. “The director will say ‘I didn’t get this,’ and they’ll have to reshoot with everyone saying the same thing," the source said.
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