May 15, 2012 03:54:18 GMT
Though Kim is still hesitant to talk about her relationship with Yezzy, Khloe is dishing on how the 'Way Too Cold' rapper has been a very positive influence on her reality star sister.
Kim Kardashian might be tight-lipped when it comes to her relationship with Kanye West, but the same can't be said for her sister Khloe Kardashian. While promoting the new season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians", the wife of Lamar Odom spilled on the positive influence the "Monster" rapper has on her older sister.
During the interview, Khloe responded to MTV News' question on how Kim and Kanye become more than just friends. Having said that her sister "is so happy and is such a different person," the 27-year-old reality star gushed that her sister "crowd surfs now." When Kim asked her to stop, Khloe added, "No I love, it. You're like a wild, crowd-surfing child and I love you."
Kim then took over to explain, "She uses this 'crowd surf' term, I walked into the house...[Khloe, Lamar and Rob Kardashian] were all sitting on the couch and I go, 'Have you guys ever, in a concert, crowd surfed?' I jumped on them to try and crowd surf." Khloe chimed in, "I don't know why she thought of this. But she doesn't do stuff like that, so I was like 'You are the new Kourtney [Kardashian].' "
Speaking of her relationship with Kanye, Kim said during the chat, "I don't know if I'm ready to talk about him." The former contestant on "Dancing with the Stars", who is now in the process of divorcing Kris Humphries, explained further, "I feel like I've had such a hard time sharing my love life that now I'm a little bit more reserved on that."
In related news, Kim has just admitted that Kanye will appear on a few episode of "Keeping Up". "I want to show my life. If we are having dinner and he does show up, I'm sure we're not going to go, 'Stop the cameras!' " the 31-year-old told E! Online. "I'm not going to be taking a bubble bath and drinking champagne or on a sex swing [on camera] like Khloe and Lamar do. It's not going to be like that."