In a bid to promote her new show, Kocktails with Khloé, fashion and fitness icon Khloé Kardashian joined talk-show host Howard Stern for a chat on his show yesterday.
On the show, the reality star opened up about the past year and about her relationship with Lamar Odom. More specifically, about how it ended.
When Stern asked Khloé about how she found out Lamar had been cheating on her?for basically their entire marriage?she explained he did a really good job of making her feel like she was special, but that when tabloids started publishing tales of his cheating, she sensed there was something really wrong:
“Love is blind…Lamar was so great at making me feel like I was the only one and I’m this princess. I never speculated cheating…so I didn’t know about cheating…until before the DUI [in 2013],” she told Stern.
“He was so good. So nothing was on his cell phones, [but] he had an assistant. They were all on his assistant’s phone, so he was really crafty,” she said. “Doesn’t that feel awful when the assistant knows, and everyone knows?” the host asked, helpfully. “Oh, it’s disgusting,” she agreed.
“But all these rumors kept coming out in the weeklies, and as much as I know they’re bullshit, where there’s smoke there’s fire. Something has to be right here,” she continued. “Then this one girl did this interview and she was so adamant, and when I confronted [Lamar], he blamed another teammate. He was like ‘oh that’s another teammate’s girl, blah blah blah…’ This was when he was playing for the Clippers his last season.”
“It is humiliating on any level, but I found out he was cheating on me the majority of our marriage, I just didn’t know,” she told Stern of dealing with all this in the public eye, but, she doesn’t regret marrying him?or even the short engagement.
“I’m sure people would say it’s a mistake for me, I wouldn’t change what I did because it was also some of the best times of my life…so for me, I wouldn’t say it’s a mistake. I would say I needed that experience for me and I never felt better in my life at that time.”
You can listen to the entire interview here.