The show must go on! Kim Kardashian revealed the fate of Keeping Up With the Kardashians amid the coronavirus outbreak while speaking with Jimmy Fallon during an at-home edition of The Tonight Show.

“We are [filming] … so we filmed everything season — I think we’re on 18 … yeah, 18 — we filmed the entire season except for the last episode,” Kim, 39, told the longtime TV host, 45. “Now that we’ve shut down production, it will be all of us in quarantine filmed separately … by ourselves.”

Without the camera crew in their homes, the Kar-Jenners will have to make production work on their own! “We have tripods set up and our iPhones,” the KKW Beauty mogul explained. “The whole last episode will be what we do in quarantine. I’ll get to see what Khloé is doing! I mean, I literally have no idea what everyone else has been doing.” 

Kim Kardashian on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
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Of course, ahead of the finale, fans can expect to see plenty of drama — including Kim’s continued feud with her older sister, Kourtney Kardashian. In fact, the SKIMS founder told Jimmy that she was “bleeding” after her physical altercation with Kourtney, 40, in the season premiere.

“She scratched me so hard, which you guys didn’t see,” Kim recalled. “You didn’t really get to see that detail, but when I looked down at my arm and I saw she really scratched me and I felt it all on my back, I just, you know, went over and slapped her back.”

Much of animosity between Kim and Kourtney comes from the founder no longer wanting to be as involved in the show. “I just decided to spend more time as a mom and put more of my energy there. But I’m not saying goodbye,” Kourtney told Entertainment Tonight in November 2019. “But I think you’ll have to see more of it on the new season, season 18. It isn’t airing yet, but it’s being filmed. Currently, in this room.”

Now that it has aired, we cannot wait to see how the rest of the season unfolds!

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