Kim Kardashian gained fame following the alleged leak of her sex tape in 2003. However, she recently revealed that despite her public persona, she is actually quite shy during intimate moments. On an episode of the reality show The Kardashians, the beauty mogul opened up about her preference for keeping the lights off during sex. During the episode, Kim and Scott Disick had a dinner conversation discussing Cher's previous relationship with music executive Alexander Edwards, who had recently ended their relationship. Kim commented on a report claiming they were seen kissing at a party, and she admitted feeling insecure in such situations.
In a confessional segment, a producer from The Kardashians asked Kim if she preferred having the lights off during sex. She responded affirmatively, saying, "Kind of, yeah." Kim explained that she finds it peculiar how she can confidently appear in revealing outfits during photoshoots, even with a large crew present. However, when it comes to being intimate with someone, she experiences self-consciousness and would rather have the lights turned off. The episode concludes by posing the question to viewers: "Lights on or off?" accompanied by a lightbulb and eyes emoji.
"AHS" Vet Zachary Quinto Says Kim Doesn't Need His Advice
According to Zachary Quinto, Kim Kardashian has showcased significant acting talent and star power. She plays a big role in the upcoming season of American Horror Story. Quinto expressed his admiration for Kim's work during the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of his new film He Went That Way. As an alumnus of the AHS franchise, Quinto confirmed that he will be making a cameo appearance in the series. He stated that based on what he has seen, Kim performed impressively and seemed comfortable in her element. He praised her spirit and openness, expressing his excitement to see her work in the final product. Quinto even admitted that he doesn't believe she needs his advice.
In April, it was announced that Kim Kardashian would be joining the cast of American Horror Story for its twelfth season, titled "Delicate." The announcement also revealed the return of Emma Roberts to the long-running series. Details about their roles have been kept under wraps. Last month, Kim was spotted heading into a meeting in Beverly Hills with a script for the show in hand. At the least, it indicates her commitment to the acting profession. Zachary Quinto's remarks suggest that Kim is dedicated to honing her craft. What do you think about his comments? Are you excited to see Kim doing more acting? Sound off in the comments!