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Ka-Ching! Kim Scores Massive Bonus For 'KUWTK' Return

Mar. 15 2017, Published 10:15 a.m. ET

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Is Kim Kardashian too good for the show that made her? RadarOnline.com has learned she scored a massive bonus to return to Season 13 of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, as desperate Kris Jenner launches a last-ditch effort to save the franchise!

"Kris gave Kim a huge bonus to deliver for this upcoming season like she has never done before," a Kardashian family insider revealed.

And on Monday night's premiere episode for KUWTK, the 36-year-old beauty broke down in tears, sobbing about the moment she found out that her husband, Kanye West, 39, was hospitalized after suffering a bizarre mental breakdown.

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Said the insider, "Kim and Kris both seem to think that their fans only really care about seeing Kanye's breakdown and the aftermath of Kim's robbery in Paris."

Following last season's lackluster ratings, it's time to deliver the goods. As Radar reported, in 2015 Jenner, 61, signed a $100 million deal with E! network to air KUWTK for four more seasons. Last night's highly-anticipated premiere marked the start of their last season under the contract – meaning this could be the end of the Kardashian dynasty.

"Kim knows that she has to get people to tune in and if the ratings are not good, the show could be on the chopping block," the insider said. "As much as Kim wants people to think that she is over the fame and does not need the show, the truth is that she cannot live without being famous."

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