There are few things that people are more obsessed about than the Kardashians.
Even the slightest bit of news or insight into their glamorous lives will send people into a frenzy.
Most recently a picture of three of the famous sisters appeared to indicate that they were all pregnant and the Internet went into meltdown.
Some folks also do all they can to look exactly like Kim and Co.
One thing that everyone would love to learn a little more about is the amount of money that the family earns from their lucrative reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Now we already know that the family gets paid a lot of money for the show, with BuzzFeed reporting that the latest deal saw them rake in $150 million for the next five years.
That's loads of money so in a family full of big personalities, how on Earth do they split it evenly?
Well the matriarch of the family, Kris Jenner (who is also the show's executive producer), has been able to shed some light on what goes down in Kardashian HQ when the money arrives.
Appearing on a recent episode of the Ellen DeGeneres Show, the 62-year-old revealed that it is quite a diplomatic process.
It's kind of a group decision.
Everybody gets paid pretty much equally, 'cause we all film a lot and we all work hard, and we've created this show and this brand for the last decade.... Everybody's happy.
You can watch the full interview in the video below.