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The Kardashians can definitely “Keep Up” with the “Housewives.”
Andy Cohen revealed that Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Kris Jenner and Scott Disick didn’t hold anything back when he sat down with the family to film the “Keeping Up With the Kardashian” reunion special.
“I will say that by the end of the day, I do not think that there was a topic that we did not cover,” the “Real Housewives” reunion guru, 52, said on Monday’s episode of “Andy Cohen Live” on SiriusXM.
He explained, “Kim and Khloé specifically were like, ‘We want to do this. We want to do this right. We want to go out with a bang. We want this, we want to go there. Do your thing, do your thing.’ So, but it was a bit intimidating when I sat down with them because they were so not used to this. And I think that Kris very consciously didn’t want it to have the rancor that some ‘Housewives’ reunions have, or the, you know, level of acrimony.”
“Andy Cohen Live” co-host John Hill then began to list off controversial topics that the family has navigated throughout the years to ask whether they were discussed. In response, Cohen confirmed that he covered everything from Kim’s 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries, Kylie denying that she had lip fillers — and then creating a multimillion-dollar lip-kit empire — and even rumors that the clan has fake butts.
The family also got into discussing Kim’s robbery in Paris, Caitlyn Jenner’s transition, Kim’s marriage to (and ongoing divorce from) Kanye West, Khloé’s divorce from Lamar Odom and cheating scandals with Tristan Thompson, according to Cohen.
But, the most jaw-dropping moments for fans may be Kris, 65, finally addressing whether she set up Kim’s infamous sex tape with Ray J before “KUWTK” premiered in 2007.
“I think as it went on, I think they all really started leaning into it,” Cohen teased on Monday. “And Kendall at the end said, ‘Wow, this was so great. We actually, we talked about so much stuff we have never talked about and have never been able to put to bed or address. And we did it. We actually did it.’”
“Khloé is a big Bravo fan and Kim is just so smart,” he continued. “And by the way, I fell in love with the whole family…in the way that I think everybody who watches that show ultimately winds up falling in love with them. I really fell in love. I think they’re really impressive. Only two of them went to college.”
Cohen revealed that he was set to host a “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” reunion earlier this month with a Twitter post featuring a video of him telling the Kardashian-Jenner clan about the event over a FaceTime call.
The reality stars announced in September that their signature show would be ending after 14 years on E!, but they aren’t done with the small screen. Their next project will debut on Hulu later this year.
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