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Kardashians Casting "Dash Dolls" for Second Season of Kourtney & Khloé Take Miami?

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E! hasn't officially announced a second season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians spinoff Kourtney & Khloé Take Miami, but we've had it on good word for a while that a second season is in the works, and a little ad on Craigslist all but confirms it.

Titled "Looking for On-Camera Employees for Dash Miami Store," the ad is searching for "a local Miami girl with a flair for fashion" to work on-camera as a "Dash Doll" at the Kardashian sisters' Dash boutique on Washington Avenue in South Beach. 

Bunim/Murray, the production company that's also behind The Real World and Project Runway and is bringing Bad Girls Club to Miami for Season 5, hasn't posted the casting info on its official website, but the contact info is legit.

But we have to wonder how a second season would work. The first revolved around the slightly less famous sisters of Kim being single in South Florida, but now Kourtney has got a child and Khloé has a wedding ring from Lamar Odom. Then again, it's not like these shows concern themselves too much with plot or reason anyway.

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