Joke's on You: Khloé Kardashian WANTS You to Think Her Butt Is Fake
Amidst promoting her new memoir and lifestyle guide Strong Looks Better Naked and staying by the side of her estranged husband, Lamar Odom, since his hospitalization in October, Khloé Kardashian is graces the cover of Redbook's December/January issue. In the interview — which she gave just two weeks before Lamar was found unconscious in a Las Vegas brothel — Khloé said, "My biggest wish is for [Lamar] to be happy. I still have a great deal of love for him." She also opened up about the plastic surgery rumors that have plagued her lately (and how they motivate her fitness routine), as well as her newfound relationship with NBA player James Harden and "difficult" time adjusting to Caitlyn Jenner's transition. Read the highlights from Khloé's latest interview.
- On being motivated by plastic surgery rumors: "When I started working out, it wasn't about weight loss; I was going through a really hard time and needed an emotional release. Once you start getting in the tabloids claiming you have fake body parts, then it's like, 'Okay, I made it. Now I'm really working out.' Kourtney said yesterday, 'I got so happy because someone said I had butt implants.' And I was like, 'Doesn't it make you feel good?' She's like, 'I really feel good. I've got to keep it up!'"
- On her new relationship with James Harden: "Our family brings a different amount of — not fame — attention. Instead of just being known for his talent, he's now known for being someone's boyfriend. We're used to it, but for a person new to this, I'm like: 'Oh, God. I'm sorry."
- On Caitlyn Jenner's transition: "It was difficult for me that Bruce wasn't honest with me. The transition had nothing to do with it. I love Caitlyn. She still likes us to call her our dad, but it's hard when, you know, Dad's now wearing a dress."