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You Won’t Believe Who Is Trying To Make Their Way Back On ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’

This is a blast from the past.

Keeping Up With the Kardashians has arguably catapulted Kim Kardashian and her family to superstardom and the recipe hasn't been replicated much since. In fact, one person from Kim's past reportedly wants a piece of the pie, allegedly "begging" the family matriarch, Kris Jenner, for a show contract.

According to Radar Online, 36-year-old hotel heiress Paris Hilton, who was Kim's boss at a point in time, wants to be a regular fixture on the popular E! reality series.

(Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images)
(Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images)

"Paris really wants to appear on Keeping Up With the Kardashians as a regular, or even as a friend role," a source close to the family told the site. 

The insider added that Kim and Kris may oblige out of sympathy for the former reality TV starlet who reportedly thinks the mother of three has her to thank for her success.

"Kim and Kris feel bad for her and are considering offering her a contract to appear on the next season," the source continued. "Paris thinks that they only have what they have because of her and has made this crystal clear to Kris."

This comes on the heels of Hilton recently dressing as Kim as a part of an ad campaign for Kanye West's new Yeezy collection. As far as the former friends are concerned, they are described to be relatively close again, in sort of an inauthentic way.

"Paris and Kim are tight again in the sense that Paris has been kissing her butt lately," the source added. "The two of them have made amends for talking so much s**t about each other... Paris even invited the whole family to her upcoming wedding."

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