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Late Night: Why Khloe Kardashian never liked Kris Humphries

February 29, 2012 |  8:05 am

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For those of you who haven't gotten your fill of the Kardashians between their three shows on E!, their constant presence in supermarket tabloids, or their incessant tweets, there's always Jay Leno's couch, where, with alarming frequency, a member of the ubiquitous clan can often be found. 

On Tuesday, it was Khloe Kardashian -- a.k.a. the tall, sarcastic one -- who stopped by "The Tonight Show" to promote her reality series, "Khloe and Lamar," and to shill her line of accessories for Sears. In the process, she also trashed her sister's soon-to-be-ex husband Kris Humphries, denied rumors that she's not really a Kardashian, and told the world how she and hubby Lamar broke their sex swing.

Leno gently asked Kardashian about the rumors that she has a different biological sister than sisters Kim and Kourtney. "Personally I don't really care about rumors, but when it came to that one, don't bring my dad into it," she said. 

As for Humphries, Kardashian explained why she never got along with her sister's big lug of a husband. "One of the first things that came out of his mouth was 'So, how much are you getting paid to fake your marriage?' " she recalled. "Ever since then I had a very defensive wall brought up. I'm a very good judge of character, if I do say so myself."

I'll spare you the details about the sex swing, but if you're curious -- or just a masochist --you can watch the interview below.  No matter how you make your living, there's always such a thing as TMI, Khloe.

 

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-- Meredith Blake 

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Photo: File photos of Khloe Kardashian, left, and Kris Humphries. Credit: Matt Sayles and Brandon Wade / AP

 

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