Kourtney Kardashian is one of the most iconic stars in the entertainment world. The fashionista is known worldwide and does not hold back her strong opinions. Recently, Kourtney had a few wise words for the Hulu producers editing her family’s new reality show, “The Kardashians.”
The eldest Kardashian sister ripped into editors of the show in a confessional from Thursday’s episode after watching some of the footage that aired in the last few weeks. She fumed to her friend Steph Shepherd, “We’ve been watching the edits and we’re just so annoyed,” She further said, “Editors or whoever are like, ‘Let’s take Kourtney, she’s the chosen one to be the drama.’”
As Kourtney explained in a confessional, the sisters are all executive producers on the new series, which means they see early screeners and are able to give notes on episodes to “make sure that our stories are being told.” After watching the preview for her engagement episode, the two were not thrilled to see the focus of their happy moment being shared with something else.
In last week’s episode, fans learned that Disick and the pair’s three children were not invited to the post-engagement celebration with the rest of the family. While it’s a cause for celebration, Kardashian claims the show’s producers plagued her by focusing on the drama with Disick instead.
“While shooting our show, we are all executive producers so we get to see cuts of the show and give notes on episodes and make sure that our stories are being told,”
“I am in one of the best places I’ve been in my life and it’s time for our show to catch up.”
Kardashian, who tied the knot with Barker in a fairytale Italian wedding last month, also ranted about producers’ decision to include Disick’s response to being snubbed from the post-engagement party. She simply said she wanted to be happy in the moment, a moment that had nothing to do with her ex.
“That night I wasn’t like, ‘God, everyone’s such f—ing a– for bringing up this,’ because it wasn’t a part of the night. It was like two seconds of the night,”
“I didn’t even remember it until I saw the cut of the episode. I wish they would take that out, put it in the next episode and give us our respect. Let us have our moment.”
“The Kardashians” premiered on Hulu in April. Their highly anticipated return to TV comes after the famous family parted ways with E! Online, which aired their popular show “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.” Season 1 of their new show consists of 10 episodes, with the final one set to air next week. Stay tuned to Thirsty for further updates.
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