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Kendall Jenner & Twin Brother Land A New Reality Show

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By Alyssa McCraw

Kendall Jenner might be 'the quiet one' of the Kardashian/Jenner clan, but that's about to change.

Jenner, 24, is a regular name on the Forbes list of highest-paid models. She actually topped the list after earning a cool $22.5 million in 2018. Major names like Chrissy Tiegen and Gisele Bundchen fellow below Jenner's rank, as did fellow Victoria's Secret stars Karlie Kloss, Cara Delevingne, and Gigi Hadid.

Jenner's new short-form series premieres on Quibi this Sunday. The catch is that she's bringing along her "fraternal twin brother."

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Introducing 'Kirby' Jenner'

Kendall Jenner & Kirby Jenner
Kirby Jenner | Instagram

The show "Kirby Jenner" was first announced in December 2019.

"I'm thrilled that Quibi viewers will get an inside look at the life of my twin brother and he'll finally have the opportunity to shine in this series," Kendall said at the time.

E! News described Kirby as "a so-far elusive Instagram personality who rose to fame after sharing numerous (parodied) photos of himself posing as Kendall's twin."

"As Kendall's comment suggests," the outlet wrote, "Kirby Jenner will see the titular pseudo-sibling joining his recognizable kin in front of the camera for the very first time."

The 'Secret's Out'

Kendall Jenner's announcement for Kirby Jenner's show
Kirby Jenner | Instagram

In a Thursday Instagram Story, Kendall said the "secret's out."

"My twin @kirbyjenner has a new show on @quibi dropping this Sunday!"

Jenner has remained relatively low-key until now, but she did catch some heat earlier in the pandemic.

One of these instances was when Italian influencer Chiara Ferragni accused Kendall of minimizing the situation. This was in response to Kendall sharing a series of viral infographics, the title slide saying "the majority of [coronavirus] infections are mild."

“For people who have such a huge voice, like Kendall Jenner, please don’t underestimate the problem," Ferragni said in March.

Kendall Owes Money To Fyre Festival

Kendall Jenner | Instagram
Kendall Jenner | Instagram

This was one of few Kendall-related "controversies" since her infamous Pepsi ad was "accused of trivializing [the] Black Lives Matter"" movement in 2017.

That is, until yesterday happened.

The Blast reported on Wednesday that Kendall would pay back a big chunk of money she made off the fraudulent Fyre Festival. According to legal documents, the model will shell out $90,000 towards Fyre Festival bankruptcy case instead of the original $275,000 she was paid.

Yesterday's settlement update means Kendall is now able to keep the remaining $185,000 given to her in exchange for social media promotion of the festival.

How Are You, Really?

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner | Instagram

On Instagram last Friday, Kendall announced her new non-fashion partnership with fashion designer Kenneth Cole.

"How are you, really? I am proud to stand with @kennethcolereal and The Mental Health Coalition, to end the stigma against mental health conditions."

"It is important, now more than ever, that we come together to promote acceptance and inspire hope. Together, and only together, we can make a difference in millions of lives. Please join me, and share how you are, really."

Jenner has been open about her anxiety struggles for a long time. She concluded the video's caption by nominating some famous to also take part in the #howareyoureallychallenge.

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