Kanye West is reportedly helping Kim Kardashian with her ‘SNL’ hosting gig

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There are rumors that West is “advising her on her performance”.

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Kanye West is helping Kim Kardashian prepare for her debut saturday night live Hosting the gig this Saturday (October 9).

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according to this page six, which reveals that the estranged couple has met in New York where the Kardashians are preparing themselves for a US entertainment show.

A source told the publication: “Kim is nervous about hosting SNLIt is a big challenge but she is determined to succeed.


“Kanye is quietly advising her about her performance, her opening monologue, even her costumes for the show.”

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. credit: Alan Berezovsky / Getty Images

Kardashian was seen leaving her Upper East Side hotel on Tuesday (October 5) in what was believed to be a get-together SNL Guru Lorne Michaels, page six added. The reality TV star has admitted, via her instagram, to feel the “pressure” about the gig.

Earlier this year Kardashian filed for divorce from West after six years of marriage. Despite news of their separation, West brought Kardashian to the stage in August at her “Donda” listening final show in which Kardashian wore a wedding dress at the end of the show.

Meanwhile, West is reportedly set to open a new school in Southern California called ‘Donda Academy’.

Named after the rapper’s recent 10th studio album, the school has focused on basketball and has already agreed to transfer some of America’s most highly rated high school basketball players to the school.


‘Donda Academy’ is reportedly set on “finding the gap between faith and the innovation of the future”, and will focus on “equipping students with an education that will last in an ever-changing world”.

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