Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Kim Kardashian covers Adweek Magazine,chats about her selfies

 Read Kim Kardashian interview in the new issue of Adweek
On the background behind her new video game, Kim says:
    "I had just had the baby, and so I was being really choosy about what I was working on. I got a call from the company Glu Mobile to partner up and do a video game. I asked my husband, 'What do you think of this? What would the concept be?' And he was like, 'Oh my God, you have to do a video game? It's so cool.' So, we went back and we came up with this really cute concept that I thought was relatable and very much like me. It had to be something that fit my personality."

On her obsession with selfies:
    "So many people think that taking so many selfies is just ridiculous. For me, what's so funny is I love taking pictures and posting them on social media for memories. I genuinely love the glam of life and hair and makeup and all of that, so I love just sharing my life with people—that's who I've been. I live my life on a reality show. But sometimes people take it very seriously, or they think it's ridiculous. I'm kind of letting them know, yes, it is ridiculous, but it's all fun. I can look at a photo on social media and see a picture and know exactly where I was by the outfit I had on or who I was with. I take it more as a fun, emotional scrapbook that I love to look back on."

Kim also seems to think that she started the selfie trend before anyone else:
    "[I took] my first selfie in 1984, and that opens up the book. For a decade, I've carried a big digital camera, and I think it's just fascinating to see the process of what types of photos evolve. Mine started off on digital cameras, then they went to a BlackBerry and then a smartphone. There's just such an evolution of the selfie. And I captured that, I think, really well."

When asked about how much longer she thinks she'll stay on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim says, "We still have a few more years left in us. We always say when it gets to be really crazy and not fun anymore, we don't want to do it. And we haven't gotten there yet." Last week it was reported that the Kardashians renewed their contract with E! for a whopping $100 million, which will give us another four seasons of the show. Hurray! Or not...

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