Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Kim Forgives Her Former BFF
Today, Kim Kardashian no longer stands in the shadow of former BFF Paris Hilton, as she has already catapulted herself to fame with her sex tape with rapper Ray J.  Since then, Kardashian has been offered numerous magazine shoots and guest appearances on talk shows.  She's even got her own reality TV series, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, thanks to E! Entertainment.  Her current projects have pushed her into the spotlight once again, and this time, she's accompanied by her equally beautiful sisters, Khloe and Kourtney.

It seems the Kardashians are the talk of the town nowadays, and Kim has finally independently established herself as a star. Of course, what's a little stardom without the controversy?

Recently, Kim Kardashian's former BFF Paris Hilton rudely commented about Kim's backside, which, to many, is Kim's best asset.

"It's gross," Paris Hilton said in a phone interview at the Morning Zoo show on Vegas' KLUC-FM.  "It reminds me of cottage cheese inside a big trash bag."

Almost immediately, various reports of the incident circulated throughout the internet.  Eventually, Paris decided to apologize, telling In Touch Magazine, "I felt really bad afterward, so I contacted Kim and apologized.  It was a silly thing to say."

Paris added, "Kim's hot!"

Finally, on Tuesday, Kim Kardashian posted a blog entry in response to all the reports.

"The truth is, we went to preschool together and have been friends a long time, so there are no hard feelings," Kim wrote in her blog.  She was also able to talk to In Touch Magazine, saying "I'm glad she made the effort to say she's sorry."

Meanwhile, fans may be disappointed to hear that there won't be any Keeping Up with the Kardashians this Sunday, April 20. Instead, the new episode will be airing the following week, on April 27, Sunday at 10pm.

Entitled "Kardashian Civil War," the new episode will follow Kim, Khloe and Kourtney as they get into a big fight that may just permanently damage their sisterhood.  Meanwhile, daddy Bruce seems down due to the fact that he feels out of touch with the younger generations.

Catch Keeping Up with the Kardashians on E! every Sunday at 10pm, with the new episode airing on April 27.

-Valerie Anne del Castillo, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

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