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Keeping Up With The Kardashians To Be Rivaled By Bruce Jenner And Sons?

Bruce Jenner could be rivaling ex-wife, Kris Jenner, and his rather large array of daughters and step-daughters for TV ratings if these production companies get their way.

Word on the grapevine is that several people are trying to get the former Olympian to sign on the dotted line for he and his sons Brody, Brandon, and Burt, to make their own reality show – following the exact same format as Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

Shady.

But instead of being focused on bickering, Kim Kardashian, and all the lolz of KUWTK, Jenner and Sons (our own working title) will be all about the, ahem, slightly less interesting, ‘racing cars and boy things’ according to TMZ.

To be honest guys, if you’ve not got Scott Disick on side, you’ve not got a chance.

Before the New Year it was reported that the 65-year-old had been pursuing E! to let him have his own TV series, no doubt in a desperate bid to escape the clutches of ex-wife, Kris Jenner.

A source told US weekly: “By contract, Bruce has to take any new series to E! first.

“But they are not interested in him. They don’t think Bruce can carry his own show.”

Well, other companies clearly beg to differ.

Despite all the #DRAMZ that these sources and insiders are clearly trying to intergrate into Kris and Bruce’s very civil divorce, the Jenners themselves are proving that there really aren’t any hard feelings between them, with Bruce being spotted at Kris’ famous Christmas Eve party, which came just days after their divorce was finalised.

But if Bruce genuinely did want tips on how to make the big time via reality TV, he could no doubt depend on momager Kris to give him the lowdown on the industry.

After all, she’s the expert.

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Rob Cesternino

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