Kim Kardashian is no stranger to reality television thanks to her family's hit show Keeping up with the Kardashians, and now the mother-of-two is trying her hand at being behind the camera. The 35-year-old has been revealed as the Executive Producer for a new reality competition aimed at beauty bloggers, with the winner becoming Beauty Director for Kardashian Apps.
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Kim Kardashian is an Executive Producer on a new competition show for beauty bloggers
While the mother-of-two hasn't spoken out about the new show yet, Casting Producer Emily Lallouz sent fans into a social media frenzy when she posted a casting call for the series.
"Hey all!! I am currently casting a new amazing competition show with Kim Kardashian West as Executive Producer!" she wrote alongside a photo of the casting poster. "We are looking for the best of the best makeup artists that YouTube has to offer. **MUST HAVE SIGNIFICANT FOLLOWING ON ANY PLATFORM** Please feel free to share or tag people below!"
The winner of the reality TV series will become Beauty Director for Kardashian Apps
The poster itself, which describes the show as a "cutting-edge competition reality series" on a "major cable television network" further explained how the winner would end up working closely with the Kardashian sisters on their individual eponymous apps, which have garnered millions of followers since being launched last year.
"If you think you have what it takes, you could win the ultimate job as Beauty Director for Kardashian Apps!" read part of the poster. "Imagine creating exclusive content and tutorials for Khloe, Kourtney and Kim to be shared with millions on their beauty and lifestyle apps!"
Kim is renowned for her effortlessly glamorous beauty looks
There's no doubt that Kim is hailed as a beauty icon by her legions of followers. Not only does the stylish star regularly turn heads with her hair and make-up looks, but she also shares her tips and tricks on her app and website.
It's been a hectic week for Kim, who sparked a social media storm when released a video of a phone conversation in which Taylor Swift appeared to approve a line from Kanye West's song Famous.
Kim, who is married to the rapper, posted the recording on her Snapchat account, following controversy in which Taylor denied knowledge of explicit lyrics about her in the song. The Bad Blood hitmaker later responded with a statement on Instagram in which she accused Kim and Kanye of "character assassination".