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Kim Kardashian Reflects on the Kardashian Family’s Rise to Fame as The Kardashians Season 4 Concludes

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As Season 4 of The Kardashians came to an end, Kim Kardashian humorously acknowledged the family’s journey to fame during a toast to Scott Disick on his 40th birthday. “Guys, we scammed the system. We did it! Whatever it is, we figured it out and did it! We put in some hard work,” Kim quipped, emphasizing the family’s knack for success. Kris Jenner also joined in the jest, joking that Disick had been around since “Season 1, Episode 1.”

While the Kardashians’ rise to stardom may seem mysterious, it is rooted in strategic connections and timely opportunities. The family’s association with prominent figures like Robert Kardashian and Caitlyn Jenner provided a significant starting point. Kim’s emergence in the early 2000s as a contemporary It Girl, alongside Paris Hilton, added to the family’s visibility. The fortuitous timing of the 2007 WGA strike opened the door for reality TV, with Kim becoming a central figure in the genre.

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In the latest season of The Kardashians, Kim’s prominence has shifted, with early episodes focusing on her divorce from Kanye West. As the season progressed, Kourtney’s feud with Tristan Thompson took center stage. Nevertheless, Kim remains a part of the narrative, updating viewers on her dating intentions. Expressing a desire to remain single for at least two years after her split from Pete Davidson, Kim declared, “I’ve got a year to go. I think that will be really good for me. [I’m] not looking, they seem to find me, but I’m not looking!”

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Adding an unexpected twist, Kim unveiled a secret tattoo hidden from everyone except her family. Displaying a small infinity symbol on her lower lip, Kim shared that she got the tattoo during a spontaneous 4:30 am inking session after hosting SNL for the first time. This revelation contradicts Kim’s well-known aversion to tattoos, as she once famously declared, “You wouldn’t put a bumper sticker on a Bentley.”