Rumor has it, Kris Jenner thinks people would be interested in watching a reality show that documents the blossoming relationship between her reality star daughter and the 'Monster' rapper.
One important member of the Kardashians is reportedly rooting for Kim Kardashian to be Kanye West's girlfriend. According to Hollywood Life, the family's matriarch, Kris Jenner, is urging the estranged wife of Kris Humphries to date the "All of the Lights" rapper.
"Kris would love nothing more than for her daughter to date Kanye West," an insider told the gossip site. "Kris thinks they could tape an entire reality show based on their blossoming relationship and that tons of people would watch because Kanye is an A-list star and leads a very exciting life."
Kim and Kanye themselves were first linked romantically back in 2010. The twosome sparked speculation they might have hooking up again recently. The New York Daily News reported that Kim attended the after-party for Yeezy's "Watch the Throne" tour on December 13, and he didn't take his eyes off of her.
"Kanye was eating Kim up like she was a piece of cake. He was all over her - caressing her head, touching her waist. I think he was dying to kiss her, but there were too many people in the room," one fellow partygoer dished. The inside source additionally claimed that the rapper "wouldn't talk to anybody else" throughout the night.
Dating life aside, Kim was on hand at the grand opening of the new Kardashian Khaos boutique at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on Thursday, December 15 night. On the red carpet, she spoke about her recent humanitarian trip to Haiti with Maria Bello and her mother Kris Jenner.
"I just can't wait to go back and bring my whole family," the 31-year-old gushed. "It was such a great journey, such a great experience to see, you know, what has gone on there since the earthquake and how much work really still needs to be done. The pride of the people in Haiti is something that I don't think you or I have ever seen before. And the country is a beautiful place."