Kim Kardashian: Reality stars aren’t respected

18 May 2012
Kim Kardashian: Reality stars aren’t respected
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian thinks it's harder for reality stars to be accepted as they don't have a pre-written "script" to work from.

The stunning star lives out her life in the public eye, and documents her ups and downs on popular reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Kim is often criticised for being famous for no particular reason, although she ignores such comments.

"You know it doesn’t really bother me. I’m pretty realistic...I don’t sing, I don’t dance... I’m not that kind of celebrity. I don’t think reality people get that much respect," she said in an interview on the Alan Carr: Chatty Man UK talk show.

"I have to get people to like me for being me, not for a script that someone’s written for me. I’m just thankful we’re on the seventh series of our show and people are still in to it and think we’re fun and crazy. There are a lot of things that I do so I don’t really look at it negatively."

Kim appears in the reality series along with her large family, including sisters Kourtney and Khloé. The stars are admired for their gorgeous looks and curvy figures.

Addressing host Alan's claim she has "the best bum in the world", Kim came over all modest.

"It’s weird to think of yourself like that. But... I do work out all the time. I also think it’s like an Armenian thing, it runs in the family... we are all really curvy. So I thank my roots for giving me a big butt!" she exclaimed.

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