Fans Are Wondering If They Will Get To See The 20-Year-Old Model, Whom The ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ Star Has Been Dating For Almost 2 Years, On His Upcoming E! Series.
Now that Scott Disick is given his own spin-off of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians“, fans are wondering if they will get to see Sofia Richie on the upcoming series. However, a new report suggests that the answer is no.
“Sofia does not want to be a part of Scott Disick’s new show ‘Flip It Like Disick’ at all,” a source close to the 20-year-old model reveals to HollywoodLife.com. “She just wants Scott to do his own thing and her to do her own thing when it comes to their careers.”
As for Scott, his “own thing” is flipping and renovating upscale homes.
The daughter of Lionel Richie hopes that her refusing to appear on the E! show will not offend Scott, whom she has been dating for nearly two years. And it seems like she can breathe a sigh of relief since Scott “completely respects Sofia’s wishes and she wasn’t around at all during filming, per her request.”
Even though she won’t participate on the show, the source notes that “Sofia’s really proud of Scott and completely supports him for doing his own thing career-wise.”
Instead of Sofia, Scott will be joined by his best friend Miki Moor. “Scott is really excited to do this show with his best friend Miki,” shares the source. The show will also feature another good friend and Scott’s business partner, Benny Luciano, Scott’s assistant Lindsay Diamond, and former pop star Willa Ford.
“I’m excited to bring fans a new series that shows what I’m really passionate about professionally, which is flipping real estate and doing crazy and impressive renovations on celebrity homes,” Scott says in a statement about the eight-part show, which has Kris Jenner attached as executive producer in additon to the 35-year-old. “E! has never had a show like this before. It’s a bit different than viewers are used to seeing, but I think they will be both entertained and inspired by my team.”
“Flip It Like Disick” is set to premiere this summer on E!.