Kim Kardashian, Behind-the-Scenes, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, Game

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Kim Kardashian is back! Again! Kind of.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has stayed out of the spotlight and even largely kept out of the public eye in general since she was robbed at gunpoint at a hotel in Paris in October. She made a brief return Monday when LOVE magazine released a sexy 2016 holiday calendar video she had filmed months ago.

Game developer Glu Mobile recently updated Kim's popular mobile game, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, and also posted new behind-the-scenes footage of the reality star recording promos and voice-overs and approving scripts to help produce the updates.

In the latest clip, posted Wednesday, Kim says she likes to come into the studio "every so often" and update the game "so it's as current as possible."

"I love fashion week," she says in one promo recording session. "Check out all of the fashion-themed events going on in the game right now and I'll save you a seat, front row." 

She is also shown contemplating how to make her character seem more like her by rattling off expressions she uses in real life.

"I don't really say 'dish,'" she says.

"Just say, like, "Okay, tell me everything," a producer tells her.

"I would say that or I'd say, 'Spill the tea,'" Kim says, writing on a script with a pencil.

Kim Kardashian, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, Game

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Kim Kardashian, Behind-the-Scenes, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, Game

Glu Mobile

In a video posted last week, Kim is seen asking her fans to go on Twitter and tell her how her game character's eyebrows should look.

"You know, the lifespan of a game isn't that long and I feel like we've, you know, broken a mold and have surpassed people's expectations" Kim says in the latest clip. "And it always pushes me to want to just like do more and be as involved as I can."

Glu Mobile launched Kim Kardashian: Hollywood in 2014 and it continues to be popular with the reality star's fans. Kim made about $51 million in 2016 and 40 percent of it came from proceeds from the game. Wired reported in July that fans have spent more than 30,342 years playing it.

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