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Scott Disick: I’m feeling good after Kourtney split

Published 28/09/2015

Scott Disick
Scott Disick

Scott Disick isn’t worried about whether his career will be affected following his split from Kourtney Kardashian, insisting he is “feeling good”.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Scott Disick is “not worried” about his career now he’s a single man.

The 32-year-old reality star split from Kourtney Kardashian, with whom he has three children, back in July.

Since then, Scott has done little to change the reputation he has earned as a hard partier.

And Scott, who has always made money from club appearances, thinks the break-up will have little to no effect on his working life.

“I’ve been making money since I was a kid, and I’ll keep making money so I am not worried about it,” Scott told Us Weekly during an appearance at Atlantic City club Harrah’s on Saturday (26Sep15). “I am feeling good.”

Kourtney, 36, decided to call time on her relationship with Scott following Scott’s failed rehab attempts and rumours of infidelity.

However, in a recent interview, Kourtney’s mother Kris Jenner admitted she is still hoping that the pair can work it out.

"Scott is like my son," Kris said during an interview with Access Hollywood's Billy Bush. "He came over yesterday. He was on his way over to see the kids. He's a great dad. They've got things to figure out.

"He's a great dad and he loves the kids and he loves Kourtney. I love him.”

Despite Kris’ comments, she is also said to be doing her best to arrange a back up for Kourtney in case things don’t get back on track with Scott.

According to reports, Kris is auditioning men to be potential boyfriends for Kourtney.

On the show it will look like Kourtney is going on blind dates and online dating, looking for Mr. Right,” a source told America’s Star magazine. “But in actuality Kris is handpicking guys who will bring spark and drama and excitement to the show."

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