According to a new study, people are getting sick of the Kardashians and the Kardashian mania maybe coming to an end.
Research shows that part of the American population that still buys magazines, are sick of the Kardashian/Jenners.
2015 was a huge year for the Kardashians. Think about it. First it was Bruce Jenner becomign Caitlyn Jenner, Kendall became a supermodel, Kim Kardashian got pregnant, Khloe lost a ton of weight, Kourtney dumped Scott, and Kylie turned 18. Along the way, the family was featured on several magazine covers, ranging from solo and group covers on Cosmo, GQ, Teen Vogue and many others. While one would think counting the number of magazine sales is a waste of time, that’s not excatly the case. In fact, it shows you an inside look at how interested people are in celebrities.
According to data from the Alliance for Audited media, WWD found that single-copy sales from multiple magazines that featured any one of the Kardashians is slowly declining. For example, Cosmopolitan’s controversial cover “America’s First Family” sold 100,000 coplies less than Cosmo’s average 531,000 copies. In fact, the same thing happened when Kylie Jenner was featured on the cover of Cosmo in February.
“Allure, GQ and Glamour saw dips, while Rolling Stone benefited from Kim Kardashian’s breasts, as did Women’s Health when they featured a topless Khloe Kardashian on its cover.”
As Uproxx pointed out, “Allure, GQ and Glamour saw dips, while Rolling Stone benefited from Kim Kardashian’s breasts, as did Women’s Health when they featured a topless Khloe Kardashian on its cover.”
As for other titles, Condé Nast’s Allure sold 81,385 copies with its March Kendall Jenner cover, which is on par with its first half average of 85,249 copies sold. The model also appeared on the cover of big brother GQ in May, and sold 83,202 copies, which was off about 10,000 copies from its first-half average.
Glamour registered newsstand sales of 164,918 for its July Kim Kardashian cover, which was 14.6 percent off its first half average of 193,108 copies.
Glamour registered newsstand sales of 164,918 for its July Kim Kardashian cover, which was 14.6 percent off its first half average of 193,108 copies. Teen Vogue outpaced its first half average by about 1,000 copies with its May Kylie Jenner cover that sold 48,237 copies on the newsstand. Meanwhile, Rolling Stone got a lift from its racy cover of Kim Kardashian with 89,100 copies sold, as did Women’s Health, which sold 265,965 copies for its Khloé Kardashian cover, depicting the reality star in an unbuttoned chambray shirt that revealed what she called her “revenge body.”
Either way, you can join the Kardashian family. Khloe Kardashian is looking for people interested in getting their Revenge Body. You can apply here.