Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have put the breaks on their popular reality show Khloe and Lamar. While the show is on hold, E! wants to remain in the business of Khloe and have started talks about a spin-off of her very own.
This would make her the ONLY Kardashian to have her own show. Kim takes New York with Kourtney and Kourtney Takes Miami with Khloe, but can the tallest Kardashian sister hold down a show all by her lonesome? We think so and we have the perfect scenario for Khloe's new show.
With all the rumors and interest surrounding the identity of Khloe's real father, why not make a whole show about it?
When the news that Khloe might not be Robert Kardashian's daughter broke, it caused a lot of drama. Everyone from OJ Simpson to Kris Jenner's hairdresser was believed to be Khloe's biological dad. Having a show based on Khlo finding her father could be the best thing on television.
Another logical reason is that they've done a few different episodes about the true identity of Khloe's father. That basically means one thing: there are doubts. Let's not just stare at the elephant in the room; if you look at old family portraits of the Kardashians, Khloe sticks out like a sore thumb. It just makes sense that if Khloe has doubts, then she should figure it all out on this new spin-off show.
The final logical reason is that Kris needs her ten percent. It's sort of like that scene from Goodfellas that Jay-Z remixed for one of his albums.
Now the girl's got Kris as a partner. Any problems, they go to Kris. Trouble with TMZ? They can go to Kris. Trouble with the paps, rumors, Perez, They can call Kris. But now the gal's gotta come up with Kris's money every week, no matter what. Business bad? Fuck you, pay me. Oh, you had a fire? Fuck you, pay me. Got locked up, had a nip slip, huh? Fuck you, pay me.
So basically even if Lamar doesn't want to do the show, Kris still needs her 10 percent and a show searching for Khloe's dad will make the most money - because we all want to know the truth!
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