Khloe Kardashian is crying all the way to the bank about any regrets she has about their lives being so public and readily available due to Keeping Up With The Kardashians. It’s a song of woe we’ve heard sung by many a reality star, but the Kardashians are an empire – literally – all their own, and probably the most pervasive and successful of the bunch.
Khloe admits, in hindsight, she has some serious regrets regarding how open they’ve been with some very personal situations (her divorce and situation with Lamar Odom is shockingly not one of those regrets!).
I never understood why Patti Stanger was so harsh to her clients when I watched Millionaire Matchmaker. I know that nobody wants to watch a reality TV show with a main character who is effusively nice and fawning over the guests, but I always felt so awkward watching Patti’s unnecessary critiques of single millionaires and their suitors.
Andy asks Khloe if she was angry with Lamar Odom for overdosing on drugs in a brothel. “I did not know that particular situation was going to happen, but I always feared that the end result was going to happen. That was obviously a reason why I left the marriage,” she says. “I never imagine that it would be at a brothel and that whole dramatic situation, but I just knew I had to get to his side. I was like, he can’t be there by himself, alone. He’s a great person. His demons are overshadowing what a great heart he has. His soul is still great and he’s a beautiful person. He could not be there alone. I felt like I had to be that person.”
Bruce Jenner’s transition to Caitlyn has definitely not been easy for the Kardashian patriarch, as we’ve watched her struggle on I Am Cait. But believe it or not, it’s been just as hard on the Kardashian/Jenner “kids”, although we’re still not convinced that none of the family had any clue as to what was going on. Whether they knew or not, it was still hard to process, especially since they found out while the cameras were rolling.
That’s right, Khloe Kardashian opened up in a new interview with Ellen DeGeneres that is set to air later today, and we’ve got the details. In the interview, Kardashian dishes on how Bruce wasn’t very honest at first, and why it hit her so hard. Get all the juicy details after the jump.
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Ever since the fallout from her Feb 7th Malibu car accident, which left one woman dead at the scene, Caitlyn Jenner has been battling a wrongful death suit and potential charges of vehicular manslaughter. The wrongful death suit, originally brought about by victim Kim Howe’s adult stepchildren, was thrown out of court.
When Caitlyn Jenner decided to reveal her true self to the world a few months ago, she knew she would have some obstacles ahead of her. And though Caitlyn seems to be having no problem embracing her new life as a woman, we did watch her struggle with certain aspects, such as avoiding a swimsuit, on a recent episode of I Am Cait. And guess what? Those struggles are far from over for Jenner.
In fact, this weekend on I Am Cait, Jenner will face a completely different obstacle that will have her wondering whether or not she should go back to being Bruce – for a short time, that is. What on earth could possibly have Caitlyn even considering using the Bruce persona again?
Caitlyn Jenner has been in the 2015 zeitgeist more than Madonna circa late ’80s, but today a piece of news is cropping up that’s been dogging Caitlyn since winter. Back in February of this year, when Cailtyn was Bruce Jenner, she was involved in a Malibu car crash that left one woman, Kim Howe, dead.
Shortly after the crash, Howe’s two adult stepchildren attempted to file a wrongful death lawsuit against Bruce claiming, “Bruce was ‘careless and negligent’ when he slammed into Howe’s Lexus on PCH…causing it to careen into oncoming traffic where it collided head on with a Hummer.” But TMZ is reporting today that the initial settlement shows the accident to be tragic, but not criminal.