2006 Throwback: Watch Kim Kardashian's First-Ever E! Interview!
A throwback for the ages!
Today (Oct. 21) is Kim Kardashian's 40th birthday and we're honoring the milestone by throwing it all the back to the early '00s before Keeping Up With the Kardashians ever premiered. That's right, we dug up Kim's first-ever E! News interview!
E!'s Will Marfuggi spoke to Kim back in 2006—just a year before the iconic reality series first premiered—and as he explains in above clip, the two discussed, among other things, Kim's latest business venture: "I go to my clients' homes—Nicole Richie, Paris Hilton, Brandy—and I help them clean out their closets."
"And we take whatever they don't want and I sell it for them on eBay," Kim added.
Kim also opened up about working as a stylist for her "best friend" Brandy and joining the singer on her European tour. "I had to dress her and her dancers and I was like freaked out," Kim admitted.
At the time, Kim's family store DASH hadn't even opened yet, as she teased in the clip.
"I'm opening up a store. A women's clothing store in Calabasas called DASH with my two sisters for our last name Kardashian," she revealed. "It's in Calabasas right next to the store my sister and my mom have called Smooch, it's a kids' clothing store."
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After showing tidbits from the 14-year-old interview, Will recalled one particular 36-hour period in which he interviewed Kim three times.
"She saw me in the back of a press line and she introduced me to Reggie [Bush], who was her boyfriend then," Will recalled. "She was like, 'Reggie, this is Will. This is who I've been spending the last day and a half with.'"
Check out the full interview for yourself above to hear Kim talk about appearing on The Simple Life! And binge KUWTK any time on Peacock.
(E! and Peacock are both part of the NBCUniversal family)
(Originally published Sept. 10, 2020 at 12:05 p.m. PT)
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