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Keeping Up With The Kardashians nearly had a very different name.
At first, the long-running family reality series had a few working titles like Kardashian Krazies or Krazy Kardashians.
They wanted to use the K like each of the Kardashian clans' names.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians title everyone knows and loves was born entirely by accident.
Before it rocketed to the heights of success, the production team were working on what to call the show.
All these years later, Executive producer at Bunim Murray Productions Farnaz Farjam lifted the lid on how the reality show title come to make headlines.
Farnaz admitted to this big meeting he hadn't had time to think about titles as he quipped: "I've been keeping up with the Kardashians."
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Then executive vice president of original programming and series development at E! Lisa Berger interjected: "That's the title!"
Farnaz told the LA Times : "My God, the title. It was like “Kardashian Krazies,” with a K. Or “Krazy Kardashians.” I don’t even remember. There was something with like, “Hollywood Adjacent.” It was all terrible titles.
"We had this big meeting and everybody came to the table with a bunch of titles for the show. And I had immersed myself in their lives for two weeks just to get to know them, so I didn’t have time to sit and really think about titles.
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"And so when it was my turn to offer some, I was like, “Guys. I’m sorry, I don’t have a list. I’ve been keeping up with the Kardashians.” And Lisa [Berger] was like, “That’s the title”."
Keeping Up With The Kardashians first hit the small screen in October 2007.
The mind-boggling world of the Kardashians, with their unbreakable family ties and luxurious houses, swept the world by storm.
It was axed after 14 years of making waves with reality TV.
The final series of the show has been playing out on TV screens now.
Kim Kardashian broke down in tears as she discussed her marriage to Kanye West on Keeping Up With The Kardashians
(Image: YouTube/Keeping Up With The Kardashians)
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Some of the most explosive drama this series has revolved around Kim Kardashian's divorce from her husband of six years Kanye West.
In the latest episode, Kim broke down in tears as she said she felt like a failure when her marriage didn't work out.
Her family were surrounding her as she aired her complaints.
Kim said: “I just honestly can’t do this anymore. I can’t. Why am I still in this place where I’m stuck for years?
“He goes and moves to a different state every year. I have to be together so I can raise the kids.”
Elsewhere in the show, Khloe has discussed the possibility of surrogacy for her second child with her on/off boyfriend Tristan Thompson.