Khloe Kardashian:Khloe Kardashian to Hit the Dallas Airwaves
Khloe Kardashian:Khloe Kardashian to Hit the Dallas Airwaves _You've heard it before: The Kardashians are famous for being famous. That fame, in turn, has also made them filthy rich thanks to multiple reality shows, million-dollar wedding specials (apparently, how long you actually stay married doesn't make a difference in what you get paid for said specials), opening their own retail stores, endorsement deals, and red carpet appearances.
But have any one of these Kardashian sisters actually ever held a real job? The answer is about to be yes. Dallas, meet your newest radio DJ: Khloe Kardashian.
"I have some very exciting news for you," I'm returning to radio!!!!!!," Kardashian posted Twitter this week.
If you're wondering about that word "returning," Khloe actually had a short stint on a weekly Miami radio program a few years back while she was living in the South Florida city to shoot one of her many (you guessed it) reality shows, "Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami." her blog Tuesday night. "I'll be joining the team at Mix 102.9 every day from 12-1pm CST for my very own show, The Mix Up with Khloé, and I could not be more thrilled about it!"
"You all know that I love to talk LOL, so this is the perfect gig for me," Khloe continued in her blog post. "I can't wait to get started!" And she won't have to wait long, since she reports for duty at the Clear Channel-owned station on Monday.
The 27-year-old only recently moved to Dallas after her husband of two years, NBA player Lamar Odom was traded from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks last month. Truth is, we didn't really believe Khloe was actually "moving" to Dallas, with her whole famous family, not to mention the shops of Rodeo Drive, back in L.A. We assumed she'd be splitting her time between the two cities, popping down to the Lone Star State when Lamar had a game, or when the couple wanted to have a paparazzi-trailed date night. But now with an actual job she has to be at every day, well, we stand corrected.
OK, so it's a job that begins at noon and ends an hour later. But you've got to start somewhere ...