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has claimed that she doesn't think that would have been such as success if it wasn't for her sex tape scandal.
Kim, 40, dealt with the furore that surrounded the leak of her sex tape with Willie 'Ray J' Norwood in 2007.
The then-couple's intimate tape was widely shared across the internet causing Kim much embarrassment at the time.
But she now insists that "everything happens for a reason" and has attributed the show's initial success to the tape.
During the reunion show which brings 14 years and 20 seasons of the hit reality TV show to an end, host Andy Cohen point-blankly asked Kim: "Do you feel that the show would have had its massive initial success without the publicity that surrounded the sex tape?"
Bebe Rexha: My career was built on failures
Bebe Rexha has insisted her career was "built on failures" as she tried not to be too despondent about the chart position of her second album, 'Better Mistakes'.The 31-year-old pop star was disappointed to see her second album, 'Better Mistakes', had only made it to #140 on the Billboard 200 chart but she insists she will continue to "push" her music.
Kim honestly admitted: "Looking back, probably not."
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The SKIMS founder and her former partner, now 40, made the tape with a handheld camcorder while the pair were in Cabo to celebrate Kim's 23rd birthday in 2002.
Five years later Vivid Entertainment released the video and Kim has previously admitted that she probably wouldn't have discussed the tape if it wasn't for KUWTK.
And in the reunion she said she has "absolutely" thought about what to do when her kids - North, eight, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and two-year-old Psalm — question her about it.
She continued that "luckily" it hasn't been a topic of conversation yet.
Marianne Faithfull 'upset' when Bob Dylan tore up poem
Marianne Faithfull was "so upset" when she found out Bob Dylan had torn up a poem he'd written about her after she turned down his advances.The 74-year-old singer has remembered how she first met the legendary singer - who turned 80 on Monday (24.05.21) - at the Savoy hotel and he was "hammering away" on a typewriter, and she only learned later, after she'd rejected his romantic advances, that she'd been the source of his inspiration on that occasion.
"I haven’t had to as of yet," she said when asked about her kids talking about the tape. "And luckily I think that so many years have gone on and so many things have happened positively that it really erases that.
"It is something I have to live with for the rest of my life."
But the star refuses to let her past get in her way and says that although she wishes she could "erase" it from the "stupid things" she’s done in life, the incident did teach her some valuable lessons.
Elsewhere in the show, Kim confessed that her notorious 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries almost didn't happen at all, with her mum Kris Jenner trying to talk her out of it.
Kris recalled: "It was the night before, it was the rehearsal. And I just went upstairs, and I said… 'Listen, if you really don't wanna do this, I don't think you should do it. I think this could be a really bad idea. If you wanna get out of it..."
Kim quickly interrupted, saying: "No, what you said to me was, 'Go'. You said, 'I'm gonna put you in a car, no one will find you, just leave. And I'll handle it.'"
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