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The news of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s alleged pregnancy couldn’t have come at a better time for the attention seeking couple. The Kardashian family’s reality TV series empire was reduced to just one show, after Kim’s disastrous and ill-timed divorce filing.

Additionally, Kanye West’s recently released album dropped with a resounding thud — not to mention his concerts are not selling out.

Conclusion: Kim and Kanye (and Kim’s obsessively controlling mother, Kris Jenner) needed to do something drastic to save their careers.

But if Kim thought her alleged pregnancy would open the flood gates of sponsorships and promotional offers, she thought wrong.

Gossip blogsite TMZ reached out to weight loss giants Jenny Craig and Medifast to inquire if there is interest in Kim’s hasty alleged pregnancy.

Reps for Jenny Craig and Medifast tell TMZ they won’t be be helping Kim K shed her post-baby weight — and their reason, ironically enough, is the reality TV star isn’t real enough.

Medifast said it’s not looking for any celeb endorsements — but Jenny Craig was more specific, telling us they’re … focusing on “real results for real women” this year.

Interestingly, JC’s rep added, “We will continue our working relationship with Mariah Carey.”

Of course we don’t know if Kim’s even looking for a new weight loss deal … she endorsed Quick Trim last year.

The fact that Kim is still married to Kris Humphries, and that she is a desperate narcissist who will do anything for attention isn’t loss on the weight loss corporations.

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