Keeping up with the Kardashians will be harder to do in 2019. Khloe Kardashian announced recently that she and her famous sisters will be shutting down their websites and apps next year.
The Kardashians Are Moving On
The sad news was announced on Wednesday, Dec. 18, with a bittersweet message addressing their loyal fanbase.
"We've had an incredible experience connecting with all of you through our apps these past few years but have made the difficult decision to no longer continue updating in 2019," the statement read. "We truly hope you've enjoyed this journey as much as we have, and we look forward to what's ahead."
Around this time last year, 23-year-old supermodel Kendall Jenner also announced that she will stop updating her app after two years, explaining that her goals and properties have changed and, therefore, will no longer be able to maintain the site.
The apps, launched in 2015, provided never-before-seen photos and videos of the famous family, including their personal lives, beauty and fitness routines, and diet. Fans paid $2.99 a month to gain access to the platform.
Major Changes Ahead
While neither of the four sisters, Khloe, Kim, Kourtney, and Kylie, reveals why they are shutting their apps and websites, there seem to be major changes happening within the reality television stars and entrepreneurs.
Earlier this year, Kim also announced that she is closing DASH, the Kardashians' own fashion label after 12 years. All DASH stores across the country have shut their doors for good.
"We've loved running DASH, but in the last few years, we've all grown so much individually," said Kim. "We know in our hearts that it's time to move on."
In addition, all four sisters are moms now and they would likely rather spend time with their families than update their apps and websites.
This, however, does not mean that celebs are slowing down. There are still plenty of avenues where fans can get their dose of Kardashian-Jenner online, including Instagram where they continue to share snaps of their personal lives daily to their millions of followers.
TMZ also reported that the family signed a $150 million contract with E! to keep their reality television show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, on air until 2020.