The Kardashian Sisters

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Since the beginning of their rise to fame, critics have repeatedly panned the Kardashians as being “famous for being famous,” yet their influence as cool icons continues to rise. As Harriet Ryan and Adam Tschorn write in the Los Angeles Times, “their popularity comes despite the fact that the sisters lack the talents that traditionally lead to superstardom and, some believe, partly because of it” (Ryan, Tschorn). Something about Kardashian sisters attracts men and women to religiously follow them, but more specifically white, college educated women who are 18 to 34 years old. (CITATION) The women who follow the Kardashians “‘tend to think that’s pretty cool. That’s something I might be able to achieve’” (Ryan, Tschorn). As of October 30,

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