Kim Kardashian never fails to surprise us.
In her latest interview with Adweek Magazine, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star opens up about her infamous Instagram account, and why she loves posing infront of her iPhone camera so much.
In her interview for the magazine’s digital issue the reality star confessed, “So many people think that taking selfies is just ridiculous. For me, what’s so funny is I love taking pictures and posting them on social media just for memories.” She went on, “I take it more as a fun, emotional scrapbook that I love to look back on.”
We guess that having her whole life in front of a camera sure is a scrapbook and a half.
She encourages her enterage of fans to do the same, “I’m kind of letting them know, yes, it is ridiculous, but it’s all fun.”
And she’s never been shy about posting some controversey on the world wide web, coining the term ‘belfie’ and displaying her famous curves – which has lead to a lot of trolling and hate against the star. She said, “I love sharing my world with people, so I don’t see me just having a freak-out and just stopping.”
As well as her social media presence, Kim also shares her life through the screen in the hit TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, where the cameras gain inside access to the lives of Kim-K and her famous siblings, as well as her relationship with daughter North and hubby Kanye – one season finale filmed right up to the moment that Kim stepped onto the aisle.
She tells of what it’s like to live family life in the spotlight, “I hope they get out of it that we are a normal family,” she said. “They may not think we’re normal, [but] we are a family like everyone else’s that goes through so many different things.”
And it doesn’t stop there, oh no! This brunette bombshell has launched a moble app, centred completely around her life.
“We realized that it worked so well because we are in such good communication – myself and the Glu [Mobile] team – to make updates in real time,” she explains, “I try to tell them as far in advance of when I know I have a trip planned, and we try to get as many life like things that I’m actually doing to really happen in the game so you can play along with my real life.”
To accompany the interview, Kim had a photoshoot with Adweek Magazine, with her mobile app coming to life in a digital themed shoot, showing her virtual closet, just as it does in the game itself.
Now THAT’S what we call a real reality star…
By Laura Jane Turner