If you haven't heard of Kirby Jenner by now and don't follow his genius Instagram parody account, honestly where have you been hiding? But for those folk who haven't, which is probably why you're now here, we're going to give you the lowdown on Kendall Jenner's 'twin' brother.
Before we get started, no, Kendall doesn't have a long lost sibling none of us knew about until now. Kirby is actually just a regular influencer who hilariously photoshops himself into Kendall's pictures and pretends to be her very awkward twin.
He started the Instagram parody account in July 2015 and to date he has 1.5 million followers, which is probably why he's now landed his own TV show on Quibi. That and the fact cash savvy Kris Jenner isn't the world's most successful 'momager' for no reason (she's executive producer alongside Kendall).
Who is Kirby Jenner?
Kendall's faux fraternal twin Kirby describes himself as an "amateur model" but he also needs to add Photoshop genius to his bio because his editing skills are amazing. Case in point:
And it's not just Kendall who's had the Kirby Photoshop treatment, he's also added himself into pictures featuring the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner gang, and also Kanye West:
What's Kirby Jenner going to be about?
Kendall and Kris co-produced the show, which will follow Kirby's antics alongside the Kardashian-Jenners. The official synopsis reads: "Executive Produced by Kendall Jenner and Kris Jenner, Kirby Jenner chronicles the daily life of Kirby Jenner, the fraternal twin brother of Kendall. Kirby is ready to step in front of the camera for the first time — with the full support of his mother and manager, Kris Jenner." The show airs on Quibi this Sunday, May 24.
Will the Kardashians also be appearing in Kirby Jenner?
Oh yes! Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloe and Kylie will all be making appearances in the series. According to E! News, the series will also feature other "A-list guests".
What is Quibi?
Quibi's content is made specifically to watch on your phone, with small chunks of time in mind. All the shows will be delivered in "quick bites" (hence Quibi) of ten minutes or less. The content has also been made with "turnstyle" technology, which means it can be viewed in portrait or landscape mode, and optimised to watch on a mobile phone.
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