In the same week that I deleted my Kim Kardashian Hollywood app from my phone (after reaching the A list, I got bored), ironically, here comes news that innovator Taylor Swift is developing a mobile game with Glu Mobile, the same company behind Kim’s app.
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"I would like to be in a place, both physically and spiritually, when I can tweet the words 'I love my Valentino caftan.'" - Bobby Finger
Are you ready for this Kendall and Kylie cellular app? Well, you haven't even reached the B list on Kim Kardashian Hollywood yet... So please, priorities.
The allure of paying real money to pretend to be a celebrity in a mobile game might be wearing off.
And Willow Pape is STILL the worst. Ugh.
Kim Kardashian: Hollywood has expanded far outside the scope of Hollywood. As Kim told Kara Swisher at Re/Code's recent Code/Mobile conference, new versions of the game follow her around the world in real time. They also places she's been before, like Dubai. But the Dubai of Kim Kardashian: Hollywood doesn't quite…
A couple of weeks ago, I called up my 15-year-old sister. I wanted to ask her about a certain celebrity.
Even if you're not a Kim Kardashian: Hollywood maniac like the rest of the world, you can appreciate the cold hard cash the game is making. Which is apparently a lot. A lot of cold hard cash.
Sometimes, while waiting for my energy to return so I can complete a high-profile national ad campaign at PopGlam, I wonder: How much does Kim Kardashian actually have to do with Kim Kardashian: Hollywood? Are we talking some straightforward licensing deal, or what?
Kim Kardashian has taken to her weblog to clear the air on a topic near and dear to all of our hearts: Kim Kardashian Hollywood, an interactive smartphone game that everyone loves spending real human currency on. Apparently, some malicious spirit has wedged its way into the program (that's how hacking works,…
Are you completely obsessed with Kim Kardashian's Hollywood mobile game to the point that you have shunned your career, close loved ones and the advice of medical professionals? It turns out, you're in good company!
I know. I know! I'm the worst. I'm a sheep. I'm part of what's wrong with modern American culture. But at least in Kim's realm I'm an A-list celebrity with 50 million fans—after nearly $500 worth of in-app purchases, of course.