December 16, 2011 05:50 AM by Perry Miller
Kim Kardashian, along with her sisters Kourtney and Khloe and momager Kris, sat down with Barbara Walters as part of her 10 Most Fascninating People of 2011 which aired on ABC last night. Barbara held nothing back, asking about being famous for being famous and the sex tape that started it all.
Kim Kardashian and her sisters Kourtney and Khloe are not often on the same list as Herman Cain and Steve Jobs. But the Kardashian clan are nothing if not fascinating, so it makes sense when the list is the Barbara Walter’s annual list of the 10 Most Fascinating People.
Barbara began the interview questioning Kim Kardashian about her infamous sex tape with R & B singer Ray J that made her a household name. “So, was it a good thing to have done?” Walters asked of the X-rated clip. Kim stammered before she replied, “I’ve made mistakes in my life for sure”.
The interview continued with Barbara Walters bringing up a frequent complaint about the famous reality family. “You don’t really act; you don’t sing; you don’t dance,…You don’t have any — forgive me — any talent!”
Kim Kardashian defended her fame by replying, “I think it’s more of a challenge to go on a reality show and get people to fall in love with you for being you. So, there’s definitely a lot more pressure, I think, to be famous for being ourselves.”
The interview turned light-hearted when Barbara as Kris Jenner, the Kardashian sisters’ mother and manager, about which daughter is her favorite. Kourtney and Khloe quickly replied, “Kim!”.
Kim Kardashian was able to skip questions about her 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries because the interview taped before she filed for divorce on October 31.
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