Kim Kardashian's first ever interview has been found

Kim Kardashian's first ever interview has been found

Next month marks a special anniversary: the reality television show Keeping Up With The Kardashians will have been on our screens for a decade. Yes, that means that we have spent 10 percent of our lives analysing America's most famous family. Certainly, whether they're surgically enhancing their lips or posteriors, starring in widely decried Pepsi advertisements or coining the belfie (the butt-selfie), we can't seem to keep our eyes off them.

But even if you don't tune into their hit E! reality-television show, there's no escaping them. Just take a browse through your Instagram feed and you're likely to be bombarded with images of the Kardashian klan flaunting their assets and living it up in some tropical lagoon or the other.

And even if you were to delete the photo sharing platform, just one quick walk to your local corner shop would bring you face-to-face with tabloid newspapers featuring the Kardashians/Jenners.

So, it's quite entertaining to look back at the family before all of the fame, fortune and drama. And that's exactly what I have for you today as Kim Kardashian's first ever interview has been found, and it's something.

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Around this time, 10 years ago, Kim Kardashian was giving her first ever interview to E!, at a family barbecue held at the Kardashian residence.

And things were evidently, a lot different. I mean, there was a time when the Kardashians didn't have a camera in their faces every single day. As such, in the interview Kim revealed that her family were adapting really well to being filmed...

"It's really kind of crazy at first – you think you won't get used to the cameras. But then you kind of forget that they're there and we're just hanging out, doing what we usually do. We want it to be all the way reality. So we're like: 'Let's just do what we do normally and have the cameras capture our real lives.'"
I mean, that's pretty good Kim, considering that you're now filmed six days a week for 12 to 18 hours a day. Oh and, E! also have enough footage your family to broadcast Keeping Up With The Kardashians for over 150 days... non-stop.

A modern day Truman show, anyone?

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Kim then went to share some very exciting news, she announced that she would be performing with Noughties girlband extraordinaire, The Pussycat Dolls in Las Vegas - disclosing that she had been asked to sing as well as dance:

"Robin [from the Pussycat Dolls] and I were talking about our upcoming performance in Vegas. We're going to start rehearsals soon and I'm very, very nervous. She just asked me tonight if I want to sing in the performance. I thought it was just dancing but now singing might be worked in. I want to do it but it freaks me out."

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Kim also proved to be quite the prophesier as she accurately predicted the influence that her family would wield over popular culture, she stated that the personalities within the family, as well as the chemistry between them was unlike anything that the reality television world had seen before:

"I think that there's so many of us and all of our personalities are so different. People probably wouldn't think that such a big family would work because there's too many characters to follow. But because we're all so different, but also so alike – we're all family orientated – and our chemistry together is so amazing, people will definitely want to be a part of this family."

Well, it's certainly a testament to the Kardashians that we're still watching, 14 seasons of Keeping Up With The Kardashians later... Who would have known, eh?