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‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ Hits New Low, Will Allegedly Feature Kanye West’s Hospitalization

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Despite calling off filming during Kanye West‘s hospitalization, a new source says that West’s temporary psychosis will be a storyline in the upcoming season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

A source close to the family told ET that several members of the Kardashian clan have already been filmed discussing West’s recent hospitalization for the upcoming season of KUWTK. However, the source also added that West himself was not filmed while he was admitted to UCLA Medical Center in mid-November and cameras were never allowed inside the hospital.

“He’s never been a fan of having the cameras around him,” the source said of West. “We’re told the show’s producers will be cautious about how they address Kanye’s hospitalization on the upcoming season.”

Since his release, West has been “receiving outpatient care every day” and a “doctor comes to the home to check on him.” If West’s initial hospitalization is being considered for a storyline, we can’t help but assume that his recovery will be filmed (or at least discussed by the family in front of the cameras) as well.

The news comes as a surprise, considering rumors recently surfaced online regarding the couple’s demise. However, Kim Kardashian‘s best friend Jonathan Cheban surfaced a few hours later to clear things up.

“I just FaceTimed with Kim and Kanye and everyone’s talking about some divorce rumors, and I was laughing because I didn’t hear that all day,” Cheban recently told E! News. “And I guess everybody else apparently here did and it’s so funny to me because it’s so not true. I don’t know where people come up with stories, but it’s literally hysterical. Jennifer Aniston has also been pregnant like 1,000 times, so it’s kind of a joke.”

We’re still conflicted on that one, but what we do know is that exploiting West’s rough patch is absolutely horrifying. What do you think? Sound off in the comments below.

Alexa LyonsCOLLEGECANDY Writer
Writer and editor living in New York City who also loves Taking Back Sunday, bad reality TV, and Leonardo DiCaprio (not necessarily in that order).
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