Khloe Kardashian: ‘When I was 9, I heard my mom saying I needed a nose job’


Khloe Kardashian covers the new issue of Cosmo UK. If you’re going into this hoping for some sort of revealing interview about what’s really happening with Lamar, you are out of luck. She continues to be pretty cryptic about all of the crap that went down in her marriage – perhaps she’s saving it for a bigger magazine or a big TV interview. But with Cosmo UK, she does share a terrible story about Lucifer’s Homegirl. The story is about how Kris Jenner, Mother of the F—king Century, told her friends that Khloe needed a nose job. When Khloe was 9 years old. GOOD LORD.

For Khloe Kardashian, 2014 represents a departure from the pain that 2013 brought. This year the reality star ended her four-year marriage to NBA player Lamar Odom after months of the basketball player’s rumored drug use and cheating. Now Kardashian, 29, is appearing on the February 2013 cover of British Cosmopolitan, where she opens up about her hopes for next year.

The issue, which goes on sale on Jan. 2 and is available in digital format on Apple Newsstands, features the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star talking about a variety of topics from her divorce to her new niece North West.

Kardashian filed for divorce in 2013, and she’s ready to put the painful year behind her.

“I love the new year, new beginnings,” she said in her cover story. “I need a good fresh start; I’m excited for this year to be over with. You only live once so let’s make that one time perfect. We can’t fix our mistakes and imperfections, so let’s have fun. You get what you give out in life.”

But though she’s excited to put her failed marriage behind her, Kardashian says she has no regrets.

“I don’t regret anything about my life,” she revealed. “My life has made me who I am at this moment, and I’m very happy with who I am. No matter if it’s great, disgusting, beautiful or ugly; it happens and it makes you you. Life is about how you process things.”
One thing she is proud of from 2013 is her 30-pound weight loss.

“I’m feeling good,” she said. “I’ve worked very hard on my body so I think now I can sex it up a little!”

And Kardashian’s excited to embrace her body after battling insecurities for years. In the cover story, she recalls one particularly painful childhood memory with her mother, Kris Jenner.

“She didn’t mean harm, but when I was around nine I overheard my mom telling her friend I needed a nose job,” Khloe revealed. “I was shocked; I hadn’t even thought about it. I’ve grown into my face, but I’ve had makeup artists tell me, ‘You should get a nose job.’ I’m so happy that I never have. I’m proud for losing weight when I wanted to and I’ve never resorted to surgery. I’m not against it – one day I probably will but it would be on my terms.”

Khloe’s also welcomed a new niece this year, after her sister, Kim Kardashian gave birth to daughter North West in June 2013 with her rapper fiance Kanye West.

“Kanye is such an awesome dad, and he’s so opinionated and passionate,” Khloe said of her future brother-in-law. “North is only five-and-a-half months old but you can see she has opinions and a strong personality already. I’m kind of nervous to see what she’s like when she’s older but I think she’ll be incredibly confident because Kim and Kanye are.”

[From Us Weekly]

Maybe I’m just being overly sensitive about this, but please, mothers, NEVER SAY THIS. My mother used to tease me about my “Indian nose” too and I’ve always had a complex about it. My mom “didn’t mean any harm” either, but the result is the same – I spent too much time thinking about what was wrong with my looks and I was well into my adulthood before I stopped giving a crap.

Now, all that being said… I don’t believe Khloe when she says she’s never had anything done. I just take it as fait accompli that all Kardashian women lie about their plastic surgery and Botox.



Photos courtesy of Cosmo UK.

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  1. BooBooLaRue says:

    Sadly she needs a divorce from her mother.

    • Inconceivable! says:

      Agreed!! Khloe just confirmed what we’ve always known – how shallow and image obsessed Kris Jenner really is.

    • lenje says:

      Or from her entire family?

    • Florc says:

      Kris is the problem in that family and all issues seem to have a direct route back to her.
      Khloe looks amazing in these photos. As far as “work” goes to fix up their images… many women like to think if it’s not going under the knife it’s not work being done. Just maintenance.

    • Josephine says:

      I think she’s just as bad as the rest of them, and just as invested in their horrific lies. She doesn’t want out – she loves doing nothing and getting paid for it, and hating on everyone.

      • Florc says:

        Why many people that can’t stand a Kardashian love Khloe is because she is the opposite of everything you’ve said..

        She pushed back and quit her show with llamar at his request to place her marriage over the family business. Kris and Kim were livid and it wasn’t for the show. She’s also the sister who doesn’t hate on others. She’s very passive and sensetive it seems. She’s by far he most liked Kardashian because she doesn’t act like a Kardashian.

  2. Audrey says:

    Least surprising news of the day.

    Kris is awful. I guess the real shock is that she didn’t find someone to do it.

  3. Media Maven says:

    If these people would just spend a fraction of the amount of time that they spend on their bodies to work on their souls, their world (and our world) would be a much better place.

  4. someone says:

    I probably like khloe the best of the Kardashians, which isn’t really saying much BUT I feel bad for her. She really has blossomed into the most beautiful one and regardless of what she looks like, she seems to have an actually tolerable personality. Again its not saying much given what she’s being compared to (nasal voice and dead eyes). also Kris Jenner is a monster…Just pure evil

    • Stephanie says:

      I agree, it seems like Khloe is the prettiest and most real of the three sisters. I feel for her that Lamar cheated.

  5. BeckyR says:

    Kris has ruined her own nose.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I know! I can’t believe she got that pug face on purpose.

    • Sassy says:

      I think that the problem with her nose is that her cheek implants are moving. Her nose looks like it has been broken. I don’t think she has had her nose “done”, because older pictures including high school show the same nose.

  6. Audrey says:

    Oh and I don’t think the Kardashian family sees fillers, botox and lip injections as getting work done.

    Sure, I can agree that she hasn’t been under the knife yet. But she’s done a lot to herself

    • Stef Leppard says:

      What Khloe means to say is, who needs surgery when there’s photoshop? That is not her body on the cover, sorry.

  7. Erinn says:

    My grandmother, once lovingly told me I had a big nose. Now, in her head this couldn’t possibly be construed as cruel, and she was just pointing out a fact. (Also, my nose really isn’t large). They woman’s filter has been gone for years, so I moved past that one pretty quickly. Still adore my grandmother, even if she’s a bit of a shit disturber. There is a difference between an elderly lady making what she considered a casual observation, and your own mother saying that you need a nose job at 9. That’s disgusting.

    • Naye in VA says:

      My mom, also, has no tact. I generally describe her as a asshole, and I was the most sensitive of her kids. I spent years upon years being obsessed with the POSSIBILITY of anyone criticizing me, that it held me back so much, and also turned me into a hyper critical person like her. I couldn’t go into a room without comparing myself to every single female there (it didnt help that im also the person who always has food in her teeth or forgets to zip her pants). I’ve vowed not to do the same with my daughter. Already at three she’s incredibly beautiful and is into all things princess, but I try to downplay her looks, which is difficult when strangers and family put emphasis on it.

      • Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

        Your second sentence hit home – that is so harsh what you had to go through with your mom – it sound slike she was relentless in her criticisms – and so great that you are doing differently with your daughter.

      • QQ says:

        Naye SIS! I Know THAT life *solidarity fistpump* I too describe my mom as THE biggest asshole and backhanded complimenter of all life, the things, she’s told me, to my face ( you are black so you have to try much harder for men to like you .. at 10!), behind my back ( she should just get a man Re: What do you think your kids will be when they grow up) , when no one is listening ( you should get lipo done, cause you are so preppy but you have troubled areas), as “compliments” (NOW that you lost weight, you look almost like a model, you could even get a man with money) have pretty much ensured that neither one of her kids allow her around us long periods of times cause she is just toxic, I’m also pretty sure that besides my lack of patience and general meh-ness about kids in general a GOOD big chunk of my not wanting to have kids is to NOT be the kind of mom she was to us, overly critical, mean, vain, small minded etc etc, I mean.. in a way you parent how you’ve learned, right? and she is my example… for all her other good qualities ( a hard worker, integrity, smart) ummm No Thanks!

      • MonicaQ says:

        Same, same QQ. Everything ranging from, “Guys don’t like fat girls/guys won’t like the fact you like sports that much” (at 10) to “Of COURSE you brought home a white boy. You’ve always been pretty white” (at 15) to trying on 8th grade dance dresses and getting the, “/sigh. Well…at least you’re smart” (at 14). Considering she is so self absorbed, I never put much thought into it but damn if it didn’t sting at those ages.

      • Naye in VA says:

        @QQ its actually pretty crazy my friends all loved my mother. As a professional Black woman she is everything I would want to emulate. It’s at home and socially. She is very quick to find something negative to say about someone, and you can tell when she favors a certain person. Things you can tell were meant to be jokes are actually hurtful. My sisters and brothers are all much more confident types (and we’re all smart-asses really) so they kind of brush her off, but I’m the one who has the most strained relationship with her. I don’t share my personal feelings or business with her because it’s likely to be used against me. I can only remember crying once in front of my mother. I’m not particularly close to her side of the family because she spent so much time embarrassing or belittling me in front of them that I was never confident enough to form a bond with them. She talks about it as though I was just a bratty little kid who didn’t like people. She openly states that she doesnt respect me because I live at home raising my daughter (who is THE only reason I am able to have a halfway decent relationship with her) and I am not a true adult (I’m 24 and pay all of my bills except the rent, just economics you know). She’s just an asshole, in the simplest way. Freakin Virgos lol. But my dad man. My dad saves my life. They’ve been married for almost 35 years so he knows how she is, and he was always my confidant. He listens to me, he encourages me, and in my teenage years he always stood up for me (which led my mother to accuse me of being the problem in her marriage). He treats me with respect, plain and simple, and is the best person I’ve ever met. He jokes that she has a psychology degree and still behaves like a child That’s what I want for my daughter. I want her to know that I respect her. I think that’s what all kids want. She is a good grandmother, but I have to check some of the things she says in front of my daughter (at risk of being told that if I don’t like it I can leave) because I don’t want her to have the complexes I have, just judging all the time, and being hinderingly insecure and feeling the need to defend myself against everyone, and my slight anger issues (I didn’t believe I was beautiful until I was 17, and have been blossoming ever since but it’s been a struggle) . I do have her lack of patience, but I’m working on it.

      • Brown says:

        My mother and I have a great relationship…. very close, see each other often… she and my dad live a mile away from me so obviously we have a good relationship. The one blemish on our relationship is the fact that she has always, always, always made comments about my weight… my entire life. Even when I was not overweight by any stretch of the imagination. She is a size 2, super tiny, and has her own body image issues… I know this. But she has always projected those onto me. I love her so much and am blessed to have her in my life, but I know for a fact that even after she is gone, I will never forgive her for the damage she has done to me about that.

        On my 21st birthday we were in the car, laughing and talking, and out of nowhere she reaches across the seat, grabs my belly in her hand, and goes “oh my God, have you gained weight?!” ON. MY. BIRTHDAY. It’s been shit like that my entire life.

        Mothers: please, please, please do not do this to your children. You can love them more than anything, but realize, there will be horrible implications on your relationship forever. Khloe is what… 30-something years old? And she is still holding onto that memory of her mother saying she needed a nose job? Those are scars you never forget.

      • QQ says:

        @MonicaQ The sting at that age!! Yes!!!

        @Naye: Now i’m convinced we are the same person, My friends Adore her (in spite of knowing how she does me cause she is super duper sweet and motherly and hospitalble with them) , she has the worst relationship with me too,over the fact I WILL call her out on her shit and pushback hard!, ALSO she IS a black woman that pulled herself and most her family off abject poverty and became a Doctor on sheer effort and that is admirable as fuck, and ALSO this here girl does NOT tell her mom anything at all personal, guy related, health concern ( i won’t even make her my ER contact!) any problem, need or insecurity cause I can almost script how it’ll be thrown back in my face, seriously, is like we are living the same mom LOL, next you’ll tell me she is a virgo, and if you do, I’m closing this and walking away LOL.. *reads on*

        Fuck this I AM walking away!!! #NoCountryForVirgoMomsOrLovers

      • Naye in VA says:

        @QQ lmao! already mentioned that she is a Virgo in one of my previous comments. To the T.

        WAIT! you said “or lovers” GIRL!. My daughters father is a Virgo, and moms is second in assholery only to him lol. I used to tell him all the time “I have parents to talk to me like this, I don’t need it from you”

    • Victoria1 says:

      I have the same mom… Always belittling and criticizing my brother and myself. A very toxic person, we got into a fight on Christmas because I will never get a husband because I don’t laundry the “right way” ie: her way. It’s stupid shit like that, which ends up adding up over 30 years. This is the same mother who led me to get an eating disorder in high school and college because my bfs won’t like it if I gain weight. So I agree with other commenters that it’s hard to shake off and makes you question having children – especially daughters so I don’t turn into my mother. Also is it a Latin thing? My mom emphasizes so much on looks & husband finding and breeding instead of being educated and independent? Not looking to start a war or whatever but just curious if it’s a cultural thing.

      • idk says:

        Many cultures have similar beliefs. I too was told I better learn how to cook and clean if I want a husband…and to stay thin, and how if I was just an inch taller…educate and get a really good job…because men now a days want a woman who brings home the bacon and then cooks it and serves it to them. Yeah not gonna happen ! This is what made me not want to get married. I earned an education so I could take care of myself and to feel accomplished. So many cultures place little value on a woman…we are simply here to marry and have kids. Men can be overweight, uneducated, and complete losers, but they are still the apple of their parents’ eyes. Why? To those people I say STFU.

    • Naye in VA says:

      @Brown my mother was very slim too, but I’ve never suspected her of having more than the normal image issues. In fact, by most standards she’s lived a pretty charmed life. She was gorgeous when she was young, always been upper middle class, the youngest of 8 kids (and only girl at that), complete education, good parental relationship, married her second husband (my dad) within 3 years of leaving the first, has lifelong friends, successful, etc. etc. I don’t know of any damage that would cause her to say the things she says. Even her HS yearbooks have friends that signed how sweet she was. She’s told me, matter-of-factly on more than one occasion, that after her third kid, she was still smaller than me. My sister has been very overweight my whole life, but she’s 10 years older than me so I don’t know what her experience was like, especially when I was just kind of chubby growing up. My sister is funny, quick-witted, and successful in her own right and although she is still obese, she and my mother have a great relationship, I mean they talk on the phone several times a week and plan dates together and it just blows my mind (I hang with my mother, but usually only by chance or on vacation). I’m the black sheep for other reasons but I don’t know if my mother was just harder on me or if I was very thin-skinned, maybe she thinks she’s being helpful,, maybe she has no self-control, but I remember painfully the ways she shaped my thinking about myself, and I try so very hard not to be that person with my daughter.

      • idk says:

        Just some insight…the reason your mother was hard on you has everything to do with how PERFECT her life was. You mentioned she is slim, pretty, educated, successful, lots of friends etc…what a perfect life. What would ruin a perfect life? Having kids who themselves don’t look perfect. She believes you are a reflection of her…in her eyes you HAVE to be perfect because every other aspect of her life is just so perfect.

      • Naye in VA says:

        @idk she can find something to say about everybody so I don’t think it’s just us. Literally everybody. And all of us children have corrected her at some point or another. People within the safety of a family setting tend to not be so politically correct, and I’m not big on jumping on people for trying to be funny, but she is almost always NOT funny, just very incorrect.

      • idk says:

        @ Naye

        Oh really? Hmmm interesting. Maybe because her life is so “perfect” she expects everyone to have perfect lives too? For some people things just come easy. Perhaps she feels “If I can have a perfect life, there’s no excuse for others not to either” ?

      • Naye in VA says:

        LOL idk man, she probably does have some sort of complex, but it’s probably complex. She’s not Fit Mom lol. She’s in her 60’s and she’s not at all oblivious to the fact that people live lives that are different and may be without privilege. She serves on a number of committees, and before she started working again she volunteered. I think she is just what happens to the “good girl” who knows she’s a good girl (she’s in her sixties now). Sometimes people are so convinced of their own goodness that they they don’t realize when they’ve gone bad. I

  8. CaliforniaDreams says:

    I cannot imagine hearing my mom say this about me at such a young and impressionable age, poor Khloe 🙁 PMK is more disgusting than I thought, she really is a horrible woman

  9. Maria says:

    Kris is such an asshole.

    Like seriously, WTF tells their friends their child needs a nose job? I feel bad for Khloe sometimes because I’ve no doubt her mother made her feel inferior compared to Kim and blatantly played favorites.

    As if dealing with puberty isn’t bad enough. ..

    That woman is so vapid.

  10. MinnFinn says:

    Could someone please explain why most celebs lie about having cosmetic procedures?

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I’m only guessing, but I think they want us to believe they are somehow naturally superior creatures, who were born beautiful (don’t hate them!) and are just perfect the way they are. Admitting to having “help” undermines their image.

      • MinnFinn says:

        That’s a plausible theory. Thanks.

        They are a strange lot.

        What undermines a celeb’s image for me and I suspect many people is that they think they’re fooling us even when there’s often clear photographic evidence of before and after.

        The minuscule respect I have for most celebs would go up a millimeter if they admit to obvious procedures.

    • Kim1 says:

      Why do some women lie about their age and / or weight?

  11. Dawn says:

    North at five and half months already has strong opinions? Maybe if you are like fifteen you may think she has opinions but no Khloe that would be needs and only needs. God these people are ridiculous idiots to the ninth degree and yet they have become rich by being so. My wish for 2014 is that they ALL including little North and her STRONG opinions simply fade out of the spot light and just have to live like normal everyday people. Oh and get real jobs because god knows they will blow through that new money of theirs.

  12. Christina says:

    I thought she admitted to a boob job? Or was that just Kourtney?

  13. Tiffany27 says:

    Kris Jenner is truly a shepherd of Satan. Someone save the babies.

  14. Dani says:

    She looks really good here! Kris needs to have a seat and pop a xanex and just stfu. She’s a horrible mother.

  15. quack says:

    How horrible.
    It reminds me of when i was nine and my mothers ‘friends’ lifted up my shirt and began to talk about how chubby i was. When i told my mum she stopped talking to them,but it stayed with me for ages.
    Now i make sure to be completely body positive in front of my niece’s, which is not very easy.

  16. Tazina says:

    I could care less what they do to their faces. It’s their deal, not mine. I do wonder if Kris’s motive for plastic surgery was to have Khloe look less like her biological father, Alex Roldan. Perhaps she thought a nose job would take away the strong resemblance.

    Khloe is only 29. She hasn’t had any work done on her face. It’s the same it’s always been.

  17. nora says:

    She looks beautiful in that blue floral dress. Such a pretty photo! I like her. She is the only Kardashian I can tolerate.

  18. MsDaisy says:

    I remember when I used to watched the show with my younger sister we were appalled at how Khloe spoke to her mother. Seeing it all play out years later, Kris is a sick individual who doesn’t deserve any affection from Khloe, who she neglected and starved of a mother’s love. And let’s not even get into the whole paternity saga. Kris is a monster.

    • MonicaQ says:

      How did she speak to her? I’ve watched one episode only due to losing a bet.

      • Danskins says:

        I don’t have specific examples but I do remember Khloe would sometimes insult Kris and usually referred to her as “Kris” instead of “mom”. It became uncomfortable to watch at times, which is one of the reasons I stopped watching. I remember thinking, “why does she talk so disrespectfully to her mom? What’s going on there?”

        But after reading this story and other examples of PMK’s “stellar” parenting skills, now I see why.

  19. Marigold says:

    The worst part about Kris isn’t just that she says and does horrible things to and “on behalf of” her children. It’s that she’s managed to make them all believe it’s healthy and harmless. They defend her no matter what she does. She is an awful, despicable person. She doesn’t even deserve to be called a mother. She’s a greedy famewhore.

  20. Palermo says:

    Khloe DID get a nosejob, and a boob job, this is just more staged controversy to keep them in the press.

  21. littlestar says:

    Kris Jenner is a sick woman.

    And no Khloe, I don’t believe you. You had a nose job. Lip fillers. Botox. Etc etc. I used to think she was the “cool Kardashian”, but I’ve since realized she’s as much of a liar and fame leech as the rest of her family is.

  22. Marie says:

    My mom had her own fair share of plastic surgery when she was younger. She had a bigger nose and was flat-chested, qualities that I obviously inherited. Ever since I was 12, my mother kept telling me how when I turned 16 “as a gift” she would take me to fix those things. One summer, the procedures were painfully done and when I came back to school, I was teased and bullied SO MUCH, people telling me I was still ugly, guys thinking I was vapid and shallow. High school was the worst because of my mother’s “help.” During college, I had a lot of trouble making friends and starting relationships because my confidence was on the floor. At some point of my life, I starved myself because my mom told me how “I would be so perfect, if I lost 10 pounds.” Guys will come in droves, she said, but guess what, they didn’t. A personality is just as imporant, which I had none because of the focus on outer beauty. To this day, almost 10 years later, I stil cry sometimes (like now) when I think about how important beauty is to my mom and how I will NEVER tell my kids they need fixing things. I am sorry to vent (I could go on and on).

    • emmie_a says:

      Marie: We posted at the same time but my comment (below) is similar to yours. I’m sorry you had to deal with a controlling mother. It’s interesting what you say about having no personality (at the time) because of the focus on your beauty – because I felt the same way for years. And I felt like I was *fake* after my nose augmentation, and I hate fake things and people so I just didn’t feel like myself anymore, if that makes sense.

    • OriginallyBlue says:

      God that is so awful 🙁

    • idk says:

      This is why God should only give daughters to very special people who will raise them properly. Where are the fathers in these types of situations? Why don’t they step up and say this is wrong? My mom said things to me as well…things I have never forgotten. Most moms don’t have filters…let’s just hope people learn from their mistakes or from others’ mistakes.

    • lucy says:

      Marie, I can see your beauty from here, dear. Beauty really does come from within, regardless of the outer shell, and despite the distractions your mother has harped on (and heaped upon you), you are beautiful. I hope you know this and will exude that confidence.

      I figured out that most people are insecure and therefore they impose their insecurities upon others through power plays to demean others so that they can they feel superior to those they demean. It’s cruel and foolish, and harmful. But, others only have as much power over you as you give them. Believe in yourself and others will follow suit. Confidence is a beauty enhancer. Be the beautiful person you are (and please don’t let others dampen your spirit.)

      People like Kardashian/Jenners can tweak their shells as much as possible but are not beautiful because they are so ugly on the inside (with their unbalanced uneducated unnurtured immature souls and insecure empty selfish personalities).

      Fortunately, the destructive cycle and burden of having rotten parents can be overcome. It sure hurts a lot though.

      Blogs like this one which do not swallow whole the imposed beauty myth of contemporary celebrity are important because we as a community can push back against the ridiculousness that the commercial trends of beauty and commercial celebrity industry try to sell to us.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      I am so sorry for what you have had to experience. The thoughfulness of your post makes me think that you have so much to offer, both inside and out!

      One of the mindsets that has helped me over the years with self esteem is to focus on stuff that I can do or learn. Learning to play guitar, make a dress, learn a language, go zip-linging while afraid of heights, running a distance even though I am “not a runner”, speaking in public, cooking for a large group, etc. If you do something you are scared of, it can really make a difference in your head because YOU will know how much that moment means to YOU.

      Giving yourself a challenge is a GREAT way to surprise yourself and most importantly…impress yourself. When you start to feel the power of doing more than you expected of yourself, you realize how little other people’s opinions matter.

      I hope my post doesn’t come across as lecture-ish! I just would love to give you a hug, but can’t do that across the internet. 🙂

    • IzzyB says:

      I’m so sorry you went through that Marie, especially being put through surgery at such a young age!

      My mum and nan used to constantly criticize and say I should save my Christmas money for surgery. The first thing I did at 18 was have a mole on my face surgically removed because they’d teased me so much I couldn’t even tuck my hair behind my ear for fear of people seeing it.

      It could have been a slippery slope to serious surgery as I started remembering the long list of things they said but after looking in the mirror without the mole I realised I quite liked my face.

      And as soon as I gained a little confidence, boys started noticing me. Not because I was prettier but because I’d stopped trying to blend into the wallpaper.

    • John Wayne Lives says:

      Marie, I just wanna give u a hug 🙁 I’ll second Lucy. I can see your beauty from here Love.

  23. emmie_a says:

    Since I can remember my mom ALWAYS made fun of my nose (said I had my dad’s nose) and the minute I turned 16 she booked my nose job. I can’t say I totally hate her for making me have a nose job bc she had given me such a complex about my nose — but I do wish I had waited until I was older to have the surgery bc at 16 I didn’t know anything about the procedure and I didn’t know that I could make requests about the final product. I’m still not happy with my nose bc I don’t think the surgeon contoured it for my face. …And during the consultation the surgeon asked if I was interested in having a chin implant but my mom said ‘no’. Since that day I’ve thought that I needed a chin implant, which sucks bc now I always try to hide my chin with my hair or whatnot.
    Bottom line, I’ve felt ugly my entire life and I don’t know if I would have if not for my mother complaining about my nose all the time. I wish I had Khloe’s smarts and give her props for being stronger and more confident than I will ever be.

    • Jayna says:

      Wow. Nothing like a mom to make you feel like something is wrong with you. I think many mothers project onto their daughters and they want daughters to be everything they wanted to be. Like you said, unless you really wanted it right then, it was something better to wait until you were older and had time to really think about what you wanted for your nose job or even second and third opinions, because it’s in the middle of your face.

      I wouldn’t worry about the chin implant unless you have such a weak or receding chin that you have a bad profile that bothers you. Because the latest thing for like ten or more years for doctors has been to offer chin implants to nose jobs. I had a friend that is stunning and she had a nose job. And for a year when I used to talk to her sometimes I would think she’s not as pretty as she used to be. Finally one day she told me she had had a chin implant when she got her nose job because he recommended it. It started migrating but she wanted it out anyway, and it was the smallest implant. That’s what was off about her, her bigger chin, making her face longer. She had it taken out and was so much softer looking. A lot of these doctors are hawking their latest procedure as to make your face more balanced, etc. LOL it’s to get more money for one more procedure while having you under the knife. Some of these women with their chin jobs on TV look manly. I have had like three or four friends get nose jobs and every doctor was trying to talk them into chin implants and there was nothing wrong with their chins. Who needs it jutting out more to go with the new nose job if you have a nice chin already? I still say it’s the newest scam and only a small percentage need it compared to how many are offered it during a nose job.

      My other friend’s 16-year-old daughter had a very weak, receding chin like her father, bad side profile and always bothered her, no definition. Her mother did it for her at 16 because it was very weak and her daugther had always hated it from a young age and was never going to change. And it was an improvement for her because she needed it but was done just right. So if that’s the case for you and you want it, do it. Otherwise, maybe it was just the doctor who made you feel self-conscious, like you needed it, and you had never noticed it before.

  24. Talie says:

    When I read that, it made it easier to believe Kris Humphries allegation that she orchestrated the sex tape.

  25. OriginallyBlue says:

    Uh don’t all of them have breast implants?

    • Palermo says:

      I think even Kylie got them. Everybody except for Kendall, cause she can’t be a serious model with them

  26. HatetheletterK says:

    Don’t like her or any of the rest of her family, or the characterless men they choose are partners. And she is airbrished to the max. I ‘m sure she looks nothing like this in person.

  27. idk says:

    Why hasn’t Khloe mentioned this before? Like why now? Is it because the new season of their show is starting in a few weeks and they need publicity (that’s the reason she also didn’t talk about Lamar, they are saving the “revelations” for the show)? I’m sure her mom really did say that…there are a lot of mothers who say horrible things to their daughters. No wonder Kim is her favorite…jeez. God only knows what North will have to go through. Anyways, ANYTHING this family says and does is calculated…it’s done and said for a reason and at a very specific time. They probably even have a printed schedule telling them when to reveal certain things to the public and when to tweet certain things and post certain pics…very very calculated.

  28. Meggin says:

    That’s disgusting. But yeah, I don’t entirely believe that Khloe ‘hasn’t had anywork’ done either. Kourtney has admitted to implants (at least she’s honest) and I think Kourtney is the most natural looking one of all of them. Kim has obviously had so much plastic surgery she probably can’t even keep track.

  29. Soccer mom says:

    I think Khloe has had a subtle nose job just from some recent pics and had her lips enhanced. I think overall it’s just subtle enough you don’t notice it like you do on Kim. I think she looks great like this and doesn’t go overboard like Kim.

  30. Brown Eyed Girl says:

    I think plastic surgery is weird. Nothing to me says unstable like putting orbs of salt water inside your chest because it makes you feel pretty. Or purposely chopping up your nose. or putting botulism in your face.

    Khloe’s mom probably doesnt like that Khloe has her biological father’s nose and wanted to change that back in the day.

    • IzzyB says:

      Having a big mole removed from my face made me feel like the bees knees for a while.

      But when you fix a big problem, you start to focus on other little problems. I can understand the slippery slope of plastic surgery, it brings a temporary boost of confidence.

  31. Liberty says:

    Maybe Kris actually said, “She will need NO job, because I have this strategic mission plan to be a sex tape pimp.”

  32. Isa says:

    Khloe’s story and all the ones I’m reading in the comments make me sad.
    Growing up all I heard was how beautiful I was. But my friends would make fun of my nose. It’s always bothered me ever since.
    The one thing I need to be careful of is making bad comments about myself in front of my child. My 5 year old, that weighs 35 lbs soaking wet, asked me if she looked fat! I felt horrible.

  33. Jessiebes says:

    Just wanted to come here and say that I am grateful for my mum. She gave me self confidence, courage, joy, unconditional love and many more wonderful things in me.

    I’m not perfect, but still very awesome!

    • John Wayne Lives says:

      I too have to say I am so so grateful to have an awesome mother. She’s such a wonderful woman and I have felt loved every day of my life. I hope I’m at least half the woman, wife, and mother she is. I love my mommy.

  34. Skye says:

    I’m curious to know which albums Chloe had to play backwards to hear her mother’s voice, back when she was still an innocent.

  35. jwoolman says:

    It would be easier to believe Khloe’s claim that she has had no surgical work done if she hadn’t also said all that nonsense about Kim and Kanye and little Ka-Ching! Kardashian NorthBy North West (Nori for short, poor little pumpkin). She’s either delusional or lying according to the demon mother’s script. Kim is hardly a strong woman, she bends whichever way the wind blows and is easily dominated. Kourtney is the strongest. Khloe has potential but is too much like her mom. And Nori is barely six months old- who talks about an infant that way? Sounds like demon mom’s script- she spent as little time as possible with her children and isn’t likely to know much about real babies. I expected better of Khloe, though.

    All 3 K girls really do act as though they hate being in the same room with their demon mother, though. Kourtney doesn’t try to hide it, Khloe distracts by general obnoxious manipulation, and Kim is in her own self-absorbed little world even around demon mom. The demon really was especially nasty to Khloe, though, making her into a very young nanny for the younger ones and using her as a decoy during the demon’s affairs while cheating on Robert K. I think the abuse and neglect claims in Mr. K.’s diary are true- they explain a lot of what we see in the daughters’ reactions to demon mom. Kourtney was the oldest and has the clearest memories, and she obviously despises her mother. Stuff has to happen for someone like Kourtney to feel and act that way. Kris J shows no sign of really liking children (notice Mason’s reaction to her) and all the signs of a woman who had them only to tie rich men to her. Poor Rob was likely conceived as a try at a boy, since boys are considered stronger glue in binding men like his dad.

    • Skye says:

      It’s an ongoing affront that this vile woman isn’t brought up on multiple child-abuse charges. If she’s a “fit” mother, children aren’t worth much in the eyes of the law.

  36. bettyrose says:

    I can’t believe we still live in a world where people treat their daughters a marriageable commodities rather than complex humans worth so much more than their physical appeal to men.

  37. Sam xxx says:

    The stories some of you have shared I can relate to a lot. I have a crappy relationship with my mom as she has always never failed to make a remark about my weight all the time, how I’m fat, should watch how much I eat, told my sibling get her to join the gym with you and once told me to go do some exercise on a stepping machine. As a result I rebelled, I didn’t listen to her and as a way of retaining control I didn’t give two f**ks about what she said about my weight. She once made a hurtful remark to my brother and he cried in front of my sister whilst telling her. He also gets alot of sh*t off her too and has a crappy relationship with her too. She has said to me, she hates me a fair few times and him. How she’s embarrassed to admit to people I’m her kid. Told me, that no one likes you, people hate you. She is the sort of person who will join in with others to mock us and never defends us. Also, will say to one of the other siblings please make something of yourself and will knock the other down by berating them, all infront of the siblings. Always tells me that I’m useless, I can’t do sh*t. Not once has she been proud of our achievements. Says the most important thing for a woman is to know how to cook and clean, what are you gonna do with your degree, jack sh*t. I hate how she emphasises on colour, how fair skin is desirable. She has preached this to my sister. My sister is also the favourite of the family cos she is doing what my mother wished one of us to do. The rest of my extended family blather on about her and how she would have made my deceased grandad (pops side) proud. I felt a pang of sadness, I felt hurt, never once has anyone paid any interest to what I want to do or bragged about me. Some members of the extended family think how I should do such and such career that is good for a female. I am distant with my mother because of what she has inflicted upon me, she crushed my confidence, self-esteem and motivation, never has supported my choices. I really don’t want to be like her ever, I’m afraid of repeating that cycle in the future. I struggle to make friends, when someone wants to chat to me and be mates with me, I start to doubt it, as in do they really want to be my friend?!. My sister continues to make excuses for her, but I can’t, not anymore. Shes too toxic. I just want a job, so I can move out. I put myself through university funded by my part time job, I’m still there and doing work experience too. I feel empty, I want more and want a career. I don’t feel a sense of fulfilment that I seek with my life and I feel a renewed sense of confidence, motivation is what I need to work towards a career. What I’m trying to say is, I need a purpose.

    • Lady D says:

      Sam, I say this with all possible kindness, seek help. I also had a mother from hell. She had me convinced I was so ugly, I wouldn’t look people in the eye, ever, when talking to them because I didn’t want to make them look at me. I walked past a mirror one day when I was 30. I don’t know what made me look at myself because I usually didn’t. The only mirror was the ones attached to the bathroom. Turns out, I wasn’t ugly, but I sure believed I was. What I saw drove me to find help. I needed to know what other delusions I had been living my life under and how to stop. I had no confidence, education, (other than high school) skills, or ambition. It probably saved my life. I’ve since gone to school, had some great jobs, made some wonderful friends, just finished a 2-year college course to change careers at 53, and can maintain a healthy relationship with the opposite sex. My overwhelming success however is my son. He is very bright, funny, confident, generous, hardworking, kind, handsome, and all round amazing.
      Help can be free if you can’t afford it. Talk to your dr. Sam. Your life WILL change and be so much better. I wish you luck.

  38. Katrina says:

    My first thought was that it would be hurtful to hear your mother say such a thing, but upon further thought I wonder is really that much different than say a parent suggesting an orthodontist put braces on their child’s jacked up teeth?
    That woman is vile for sure, but doesn’t every mother want their child to be as beautiful to the outside world as they see them in their own eyes. If we as mothers (the people who are designed to love our children unconditionally) can spot something small that can be deemed as a flaw, we worry that @ssholes that don’t love them unconditionally will see it as a giant thing to bully our kids over. My middle child has been relentlessly bullied her entire K-12 years about her weight while her two perfectly skinny sisters are little miss populars. It’s a very fine line you have to walk raising daughters, and I know I’m guilty of crossing it many times with my three. One fact never changes though…I love my daughters with my whole heart, and I tell them everyday…even if I do sometimes throw in a poorly worded comment about appearance.

  39. Evi says:

    All these children have such a toxic relationship with their mother and they don’t realise it, nor realise that their mother is their pimp.
    A variation of Stockholm Syndrome?

  40. Fwozbo says:

    Katrina, you can lose weight by eating less but you can’t take pliers at home to fix your teeth. Losing weight is based on personal self control. You can’t control how your teeth grow in. How can you compare a self control item to something you can’t control. I wish you good luck in placing rubber bands on your daughter’s teeth but never feeding them a healthy diet.

  41. Surgery Star says:

    Poor khloe, she is just the one that always gets picked on for no reason! She is beautiful in her own way.