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Kim Kardashian Wants To Be Kylie Jenner's Manager.

Kim Kardashian of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" seems to have changed after she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris, but is it enough to push her towards a career change?

The TV personality has always been used to being in the limelight, but this time, it looks like she wants to work behind the scenes.

A clip of the Sunday finale episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" shows the 36-year-old mom to West And Saint, not only helping her mother Kris Jenner organize Kylie's trip to Australia, but also being absolutely amazing at it.  

"I've joked a lot that I could be my sisters' manager better than my mom could be," Kim admitted, according to ( ET Online . "I think I do give a lot of creative input, and I know they, like, listen."

Earlier, Kim already told the ( Editorialist that she deserves some of the credit in catapulting their family to fame.

"It's so funny, because I'll hear stories like, 'Kris Jenner is the puppet master, having all of her kids do this and that,' and I'm like, 'If they only knew,'" she said. "I'm the one that will be like, 'Kylie, do this. Kendall, you should do this.'"

"I love when I get the chance to talk about the business side of my life, because it plays a HUGE role in what I do every day," she added.

It seems like her sisters agree, because both Kendall and Kylie look up to their half sisters Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney.

"Growing up around them and they are pretty stylish... we learn from them," Kendall said in an ( earlier interview.

Kylie, who has often been accused of copying everything Kim does, even said that she adores Kim's style the best, which Kim thinks is a huge compliment.

"She is the best, you know?" Kim said of Kylie. "She's my little twin soul. She's such a free spirit, and I love that. She's the sweetest."

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Publication:International Business Times - US ed.
Date:Nov 17, 2016
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