The hot topic on the table? Kim's drawn-out divorce proceedings: she filed for divorce from the Brooklyn Nets basketball star in Oct. 2011 after 72 days of marriage, but the former couple have yet to finalize their split. To her credit, Kim spoke candidly about their current separation status:
Kim continued, confirming that her former hubby wants an annulment and explaining why this complicates the dissolution of their marriage:
"I don't really know ‘cause even if we got an annulment—I would love to give him one but then that would make—the only legal way to get an annulment is if fraud were involved, so that's what's tricky. So he is suing me for an annulment based on the fact that I frauded him into marrying him for publicity," Kim explained.
"Oh, so he's claiming that he was a victim of fraud," Letterman clarified.
"Yes, well, that's the only way to get an annulment is if one person was frauded, so that was the case," Kim replied.