It's about to get Game of Thrones up in here!
On Friday, Kylie Jenner teased that after nearly a YEAR in development, her mobile game with big sis Kendall Jenner is close to making its official debut.
This means we'll get to watch the the girls battle it out against family app pioneer Kim Kardashian West — y'all know Keeks will DIE if the Jenner girls rake in more bucks than her!
Related: Kim's App Made A TON of Money!
As for The Kendall & Kylie Game's release date, that's still TBD. All we know is that it will be sooner than later thanks to a Twitter announcement — and new look — from Kylie:
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Kim Kardashian West's mobile game may be the most successful venture into video games since Mario jumped into his first pipe.
So why wouldn't her sisters follow suit??
[ Related: Katy Perry Is Getting A Mobile Game Just Like Kim Kardashian Did! ]
Kendall and Kylie Jenner took to Instagram to announce they would be following in the footsteps (or fingerswipes?) of Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.
They posted the teaser pic (above), writing:
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You know how people say there's an app for EVERYTHING these days? Well it turns out they're right!!
Most coffee addicts out there are already aware that Starbucks has a mobile app that allows you to pay for your drinks and keep track of your reward points!
But a new feature that will be added to the app is going to change the way we drink coffee FOREVER!
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Poor Jamie didn’t find much luck in LA.
After failing to get the LA school district to take part in his Food Revolution reality show, he has decided it’s time to move on to other projects — or at least a different part of the US.
The LA school district wasn’t totally unreasonable about rejected Jamie, though.
"We're interested in Jamie Oliver the food activist, not Jamie the reality TV star," said Robert Alaniz, district spokesman. "We've invited him to work with our menu committee, but there's too much drama, too much conflict with a reality show."
Jamie has other things going on, like his iPhone app, “Jamie Oliver 20 Minute Meals,” which is a great way to learn how to cook quick and tasty meals.
So don’t feel too bad for Jamie — LA schools don’t want him, but he’s still working hard on other projects!
[Image via WENN.]
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