Khloe turns up heat at Joburg airport

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Copy of ss Khloe Kardashian1 Arriving in SA: Reality show star Khloe Kardashian at OR Tambo Airport. Picture: Andre Neveling, Jessica Levitt The Juice, Heat Magazine.

Johannesburg - Reality TV superstar Khloe Kardashian arrived to a chilly Johannesburg and was welcomed exclusively by celebrity news magazine Heat and mobile gossip source The Juice at OR Tambo International Airport.

Despite numerous media reports stating that her sister Kim Kardashian’s recent wedding to Kanye West was a disappointment and riddled with drama, Khloe was quick to squash the rumours, candidly telling Heat editor Andre Neveling and The Juice editor Jessica Levitt that the special event was “absolutely amazing”, adding that she “had a great time in Europe and really enjoyed the wedding”.

Khloe is in South Africa for the MTV Africa Music Awards taking place in Durban this weekend, and travelled with new beau French Montana, who will also be performing at the event.

“I’m really excited to be back in South Africa,” she said.

“It’s my fourth time here, so I’m really looking forward to this trip,” she told Heat magazine.

Said Neveling: “Heat has been fortunate enough to meet Khloe during all of her visits to South Africa. Khloe is looking the best she has ever looked, and despite the long flight, she was as friendly as ever and didn’t hesitate for a second to chat to us.”

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star departed for Durban shortly after her arrival.

For more information, visit thejuice.co.za and see more exclusive pictures in an upcoming issue of Heat magazine.

Saturday Star


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