Cindy Crawford And Family Doing E! Reality Show?

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Cindy Crawford Reality Show

By Gossip Cop Staff |

Cindy Crawford Reality Show

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Are Cindy Crawford and her family doing an E! reality show? According to a report, it’s a possibility. But Gossip Cop exclusively learned the truth.

The story in question can be found in the current edition of the National Enquirer. The headline exclaims, “Bye, Kim, Hello ‘Keeping Up With The Crawfords!'” The supermarket tabloid contends, “Reality TV’s most famous clan, the Kardashians, may be celebrating their 10-year anniversary on E!, but spies said the network is looking for a family to replace them, and have set their sights on Cindy Crawford and her crew!”

In unnatural, suspiciously expository language, a so-called “mole” is quoted as saying, “Cindy is married to George Clooney’s best friend, Rande Gerber, and they have two beautiful kids together, Kaia and Presley Gerber.” If the gossip magazine needed a “mole” to tell them that biographical information, then the National Enquirer is worse off than we thought. After seemingly reading a Wikipedia page, this supposed source only adds, “The only problem E! has is convincing them to do the show.”

Tellingly, the outlet doesn’t provide any insight into how Crawford and Gerber feel about a family reality show. Nor is anything said about when “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” will supposedly end. Well, Gossip Cop can assure fans that “KUWTK” isn’t going anywhere for the foreseeable future. The show just started its 14th season and remains the network’s flagship program. As for Crawford and her family potentially doing their own series, we’ve learned no one should go setting the DVR. “It is not true,” a rep for the supermodel tells Gossip Cop exclusively.

Oddly, this isn’t the first time the publication has connected the two famous families. Last year, Gossip Cop busted a weird and untrue story about Caitlyn Jenner supposedly getting a mole to look like Crawford. More recently, Gossip Cop called out the tabloid’s sister outlet, Star, for falsely claiming Crawford and Gerber were in a “$1 billion divorce shocker.” Notably, this new tale doesn’t mention a split. Regardless, the couple isn’t getting divorced, and they aren’t doing a reality show, either.