Khloe Kardashian to celebrate Thanksgiving solo

Khloe Kardashian has revealed she won't be celebrating Thanksgiving with her husband Lamar Odom as they will both be working on opposite sides of the country

Nov 17 2012, 12:34pm CST | by

Khloe Kardashian to celebrate Thanksgiving solo

Khloe Kardashian is set to spend Thanksgiving without her husband next Thursday (22.11.12).
'The X Factor' USA presenter has revealed both she and her basketball player husband of three years Lamar Odom, 33, will be celebrating the US holiday on different coasts as they will both be busy working but they aren't upset about it.
The 28-year-old 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star told People.com: ''Honestly, I'm fine with it, because I'm obsessed with my husband - in a healthy way - but he's on the road. He has a game in Brooklyn, so I don't feel guilty, like, 'I'm not going to be able to cook for him'.
''So, he'll be on the road. He'll be working anyway. So, I feel better about that, and my sister Kim will be here. And I think my mom will come here that night, too. Thanksgiving at 'The X Factor'.''
The reality TV star who married Lamar just one month into their relationship also revealed her Clippers star husband has been hugely supportive of her high profile hosting job and even gave her some advice after she made her debut in a sheer top.
She said: ''The only tip he gave me was don't show your nipples anymore. He said, 'Please do not have your [breasts] out.' I said, 'Oh, good tip.'''
Khloe also revealed she is relaxing more into her new role alongside co-host Mario Lopez but is looking forward to showing more of her personality as the series continues.
She said: ''I'm still learning. I'm still just trying to get better, and better every week. I like constructive criticism, but still it's only a one or two-hour show, and there's still so many people. I just don't have time to just talk, and be myself yet.
''And right now, it's so technical. I feel like, when more people go, there's going to be more time to fill. And I feel like that's where I can kind of do my thing.''


 
 
 

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