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Kim, Khloe and Kylie Tease New Apps at Nobu

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Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian

The world's most famous sisters soon will debut their personalized websites and apps for everyone to see.

The stunning location: Nobu Malibu.

The famous guests: Kim and Khloe Kardashian; Kris and Kylie Jenner; top L.A. fashion, beauty and celebrity magazine editors.

The celebratory occasion: A buzzy dinner to introduce the sisters' latest business venture — stylish personalized apps (and websites) that will offer fans an exclusive and well-curated peek into their lives.

The one hitch: All conversations are "off the record."

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Not a bad way to spend a Tuesday night, so, of course, we accepted the invitation, but because of the latter disclaimer, we can't relay what we heard or even what we saw (secrets!) during a sneak peek of the content, which is being overseen by newly installed executive editor Jen Garcia. The longtime People staffer joined the sisters in July in a post at Whalerock Industries, the media-tech company that is partnered with the digitally savvy stars on the media hubs.

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We won't get in trouble for telling you that there was some pregnancy chatter (not only is Kim expecting, but so is Garcia), some beauty buzz (Kylie debuted her new hair at Nobu) and early exits (a gracious Khloe ducked out in order to make a deadline for a new project and a 7 a.m. workout).

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The rest will have to wait until the official launch of the ambitious digital offerings, expected sometime in the next two weeks.

Meanwhile, just hours after the dinner, Kim turned her attention to another celebratory occasion — passing 45 million Instagram followers with not one, not two, but three selfies. 

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