Ryan seacrest dating history
Robert Kardashian (1944–2003) and Kristen Mary "Kris" Houghton (born 1955) married in 1978, and had four children together: daughters Kourtney (born 1979), Kim (born 1980), and Khloé (born 1984), and son Rob (born 1987). In 1994, Robert rose to prominence when he defended O. Simpson for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman during the O. In 2004, Kim became a personal stylist for recording artist Brandy Norwood.
She eventually developed into a full-time stylist, and was a personal shopper and stylist for actress Lindsay Lohan.
Khloé, Kim, and Kourtney ventured further into fashion, opening a high fashion boutique Dash in Calabasas, California.
Throughout Kim's early career, she was involved in some high-profile relationships including Brandy Norwood's brother, singer Ray J, and later, singer Nick Lachey."[Kris] was interested in doing a television show and this was in the time that The Osbournes was popular.
Kim's friend Jonathan Cheban and Khloé's friend Malika Haqq have also been part of the show.
Keeping Up with the Kardashians has received very poor critical reviews since its premiere.
Harriet Ryan and Adam Tschorn of the Los Angeles Times described the reality series as a: "Hollywood version of The Brady Bunch -- the harmless high jinks of a loving blended family against a backdrop of wealth and famous connections".
Kim Kardashian described the beginning of filming the show, "When we first started [the show], we came together as a family and said, 'If we're going to do this reality show, we're going to be 100 percent who we really are.'".
Most episodes have very similar structure: the family "show[s] off their privileged lifestyle and maybe get into one or two minor family squabbles before ultimately wrapping things up with a monologue that reinforces the importance of family," as noted by Caroline Siede of Quartz.In August 2007, it was announced that the Kardashian and Jenner families would star in a yet-to-be-titled reality show on E!described as a "new non-scripted family sitcom", being produced by Ryan Seacrest and Bunim/Murray Productions."We were a place to report on celebrity; we weren't a place to break and make celebrity, which is now the whole idea of the E!brand." The show's success contributed significantly towards building the "Kardashian brand", or "Kardashian Inc." as it is called by The Hollywood Reporter.