The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was asked about her impending divorce from Lamar Odom when she phoned in to Australia's 2Day FM "Breakfast With the Stars" radio show Tuesday. Speaking to co-hosts Mel B, Jules Lund, Sophie Monk and Merrick Watts, the 29-year-old reality star was refreshingly candid, saying, "It's definitely not anything I'm through. I'm going through it, but I'm not through it."
Seeing her marriage crumble on her family's hit show has been tough, but she's not afraid to share the truth with fans. "It's really hard to watch yourself on TV. It's definitely different in that the world has to watch, too," Kardashian explained. "It's definitely not the easiest thing to do, but it's what my life is."
Should she ever decide to dip into the lady pond, she has options. "If I was a lesbian, you would be my girlfriend," Mel B told her guest. Kardashian replied, "Why thank you, Mel. Let's lez it out a little bit!"
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All jokes aside, Kardashian said she's managed to stay sane in the spotlight thanks to the support of her friends and family. "I have the same friends that I've had for 15 years. I think also, just by having each other, as soon as one of us gets a big head, we shoot the other one down. That's the beauty about having brothers and sisters," the Kardashian Kollection designer said. "I just don't believe the hype. I just don't take myself too seriously. I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing."
"It's easy to get lost in this," she added. "It's easy to get lost in all the hype and to have all these 'yes men' around you. It's a really easy thing. But because we're all doing it together, it's a really rare scenario. Most families aren't all in the public eye as we are. It works as a blessing. It works in our favor."
Kardashian added that she's "very protective" of her two younger sisters, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner. "It's crazy to see that they basically grew up in front of the camera," she said of the teen models and budding businesswomen. "They don't take themselves too seriously, either, which is really good. You can't in this industry. You're gonna go crazy if you do. You have to laugh at yourself."