Khloe Kardashian reveals that when Keeping Up With The Kardashians was selected in 2006, they only had two weeks to prepare: ‘We did it while flying’
Khloe Kardashian said Keeping Up with the Kardashians almost “didn’t go anywhere”.
The 36-year-old TV personality admitted that E! The reality show, which is set to end this year after 20 seasons on the air, almost didn’t happen because the first pilot episode didn’t dazzle viewers.
I think we shot a pilot or something for Ryan [Seacrest] He did not go anywhere. Then showcased on E! They fell, so they needed something to fill this choppy time, ” she shared during her Monday appearance at The Kelly Clarkson Show.
Insider info: Khloe Kardashian stated that Keeping Up with the Kardashians almost “ didn’t go anywhere ” during Friday’s episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show
The entrepreneur then spoke about the quick start of the appropriate series and noted that the family did not have time to prepare the characters on screen for themselves.
They were like, “You’re on the show, you’re filming, it’s going to air, for example, in two weeks.”
And she continued, “I really appreciate it because we were just thinking, ‘Oh, we’re not going to have a second season, let’s just shoot, it’s fun, let’s just be ourselves. This is not going anywhere. ”
Taking it easy: The reality TV star also talked about the attitude the family initially took towards filming the show, deciding to ‘just be ourselves’ in front of the cameras
Dive into the details: Kardashian noted that a lot of the filming in the early seasons of KUWTK was easy to achieve because the family had never pre-determined what their characters would be on the show.
Khloe also said that the show was so successful because she felt the family wasn’t putting any pressure on her.
She said, ‘We had no pressure on ourselves. We didn’t even have time to think about it. You already have anything fake. He was just who we were on the fly and I think that’s what made the show so good.
Kardashian continued: ‘We weren’t just thinking. And it turns out this was probably the best thing that happened to us because it was, I think, realistic and relatable to some people.
In September, it was confirmed that Keeping Up With The Kardashians would be ending in 2021 with its upcoming 20th and final season.
All things must end: The long-running reality TV show is set to end after its 20th and final season
Kim announced the end of the show in an Instagram post, writing, “We’ve made the tough decision as a family to say goodbye to Keeping Up with the Kardashians with Heavy Hearts.”
“We will forever cherish the wonderful memories and the countless people we met along the way … Without keeping up with the Kardashians, I wouldn’t be where I am today.”
The 40-year-old reality TV personality also expressed her gratitude to the series’ development team and production crew, stating that her family would not have had the opportunities they now have without them.
I am so grateful to everyone who has watched me and supported my family over the past amazing 14 years. This show made us who we are and I will forever be in debt to everyone who has played a role in shaping our careers and forever changing our lives.
SHOUT: Kim initially posted the news of the show’s ending in a September post on Instagram, writing that she would be “forever in debt” to the crew and development team behind the series.