Kim 'not real enough' for diet deal
Kim Kardashian is reportedly not of interest to two major weight loss companies because she isn't "real" enough.
The pregnant star has apparently failed to spark any offers from American diet brands Jenny Craig and Medifast.
Representatives for the two companies have come forward to say that they won't be assisting the reality TV star in shedding her post-baby weight.
"[This year we're focusing on] real results for real women," Jenny Craig told TMZ. "We will continue our working relationship with Mariah Carey."
Jessica Simpson famously signed a US$4 million (NZ$4.8 million) deal with Weight Watchers last year in a bid to shape up following the birth of her daughter Maxwell.
It is not yet known if Kim is seeking a new weight loss deal following her recent baby news, but the star has previously endorsed Quick Trim.
Kim's boyfriend rapper Kanye West revealed they are expecting their first child together at one of his concerts last weekend.
Since then Kim has come under fire from the public after posting pictures of her celebrating New Year's Eve in a Las Vegas nightclub.
The 32-year-old beauty was criticised on Twitter, with one user labelling her an "unfit mother".
Following the backlash, Kim remained unrepentant about her desire to continue her promotional schedule of work, although she admitted she was finding it tough to get back into the swing of things.
"It's so hard to get back in the grove after New Years! Time to get back to work!" Kim tweeted earlier today.