When “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” comes to a close next year ― after 20 seasons, multiple spinoffs and 14 years on the air, there’s a lasting legacy that will remain: “Family over anything,” according to Khloe Kardashian.
The Good American founder, who spoke with HuffPost earlier this week, is fiercely protective of those close to her.
Once the show comes to a close in 2021, Kardashian wants people to remember the sentiment still remains true for the Kardashian-Jenners.
“No matter what you go through ― family over anything,” Kardashian said when asked what “KUWTK” will be remembered for when it goes off the air.
“You’re stronger together. You can really overcome anything and everything,” the reality star said. “It’s how your outlook is, but you need that great support system. And when I say family, if you don’t have brothers and sisters, you give me whoever you consider your family.”
She added, “We’ve shown some of the craziest real things that have happened on the show that we persevered and we’ve overcome. And that’s because we stick together and we support one another and we don’t kick each other while we’re down.”?