Khloe Kardashian is actually one of the more likable Kardashians. She comes across as much more down to earth than her famous siblings.
When she appeared on the Australian television show Sunrise earlier this month on March 11 Khloe Kardashian refused to answer personal questions.
For a gal that is contracted to appear on a “reality” show that seems strange. The irony of it wasn’t lost on Eva Longoria who weighed in and said she lost that right when she agreed to do a reality show.
You do know that the so-called reality television series are not really real. It seems that everyone knows this unless, of course, you’re Lindsay Lohan who tried to spew a line of bull when she was whining about having to adhere to a filming schedule because she thought the cameras just magically appear.
Even the whole Khloe Kardashian paternity issue was a topic designed to hold audience interest and boost ratings. It would not have been an issue for long if Kardashian would have submitted to a DNA with her mother instead of her sisters’.
But if that occurred then it wouldn’t make for good “reality” television.
Longoria does have a point. The Kardashians claim to fame after all is Kim Kardashian’s sex tape. A public one that was likely leaked with the Kardashians behind it. And they have profited handsomely from it.
It seems that now that Kim Kardashian has a baby and is continually running after her significant other Kanye West she wants privacy.
The family is trying to appease her since Khloe Kardashian clammed up as soon as they asked about Kimmie.
Should the so-called reality stars get to pick and chose what information they share with the public? Or, as public figures who have made their fortunes in the spotlight do they, as Eve Alongoria believes, give up that that right when they on as reality stars?