How Kris Jenner splits up the Kardashian's $195 million paycheck.

It’s no secret the Kardashians are making big bucks inviting cameras into their lives to film (and put a spin on) their every drama.

With the family believed to have landed a $195 million dollar (US$150 million) deal to extend Keeping Up With The Kardashians into the year 2022, there’s an awful lot of money to go around.

So how does the family split this multi-million dollar paycheck?

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Ellen Degeneres, woman of our own hearts, put the pervy question to matriarch and “momager” Kris Jenner for us on her show last week.

When Degeneres suggested Jenner made the financial decisions, she clarified it was “kind of a group decision,” joking, “I’m lucky if I get paid by the time the girls get finished with me.”

“Everybody gets paid pretty much equally,” Jenner added. “‘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.”

So there you go, a total democracy, with funds split evenly. Which we totally get. With every Kardashian and Jenner having their own side-hustle it’s no one’s sole source of income. And what’s a few million between sisters?