It’s always funny to me when people say that I’m famous for being famous. I think it’s fascinating, because it’s still entertainment, you know? It’s fun to see the progression of that idea. I don’t take offense to it at all. I’m not naïve to the fact that I’m not a singer or an actress or anything like that. I’ve never claimed to be anything that I’m not. I think [reality] is still a new form of entertainment that was kind of an unexpected thing. It reminds me of rap music.
When rap music first came out, people were like, We don’t understand this, what is this, it’s just a fad. But rap music is definitely here to stay, and I think reality shows have proven they are as well. But when something is newer, people don’t really understand it. I think there was a quote where somebody said that reality stars will never get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. So, of course I’m so competitive that I think that it would be a huge achievement and a goal that anyone would want. I would love to break that mold.
- Kim Kardashian defends her family of artists and visionaries.
You know how you can have tons of fun talking smack about a celebrity or playfully teasing a friend or shining a light just out of your cat’s reach for a long, long time, but then all of a sudden something changes? Nothing about the person changes, and your friend’s feelings aren’t hurt, and goodness knows your cat will keep on jumping for that light until the end of time. But at some point, for whatever reason, it stops being fun and starts being really, really sad.
Yeah, that just happened after I read how Kim Kardashian thinks she can actually get a star on the Walk of Fame. Or after I saw that picture, the one at the top of this post, which Kim tweeted yesterday along with the caption “nighty night,” I can’t be sure which.