The Kardashians are like a fungus. They just keep growing and growing, everywhere, all over our pop culture lives. Every reality show they appear in spawns a spin-off, or a sequel, or very special – special, and the entire family continues to do next to nothing and get paid heaps of money for it. Khloe Kardashian, the middle child in the Kardashian brood, first leapt into the public eye appearing on the reality show that started it all, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians". Her appearance on that popular reality series, led to appearing in "Khloe and Kim Take Miami", and most recently, "Khloe and Lamar", the reality series about her life with husband, Lamar Odom, of the Dallas Mavericks. In addition to her various shows, she has parlayed her reality career into multiple businesses, radio gigs, and the occasional modeling job. However, recently, in a decided about face from the rest of her family, she and Mr. Odom have decided they are no longer interested in being in front of the camera and have axed their reality series. They both point to a need to focus on their lives (see Mr. Odom's disastrous season with the Mavericks), and some private time. This private time apparently includes the rental of a massive condo in Dallas nearer her husband's new team.
The $7,500 per month, two-bedroom, two-bath condo with stunning views, is located in the W Dallas Victory Hotel and Residences, a short walk from the American Airlines Arena. The W has multiple upscale amenities, including two fitness centers, a zero-edge infinity pool, a private entertainment room, a spa by Bliss, and room service for all residents, whether they are in the residences or the hotel. It is a ridiculously swanky place, and for a rental, you can't really ask for more. Maybe after few months of living the good life without cameras all around, Ms. Kardashian will be ready to get back on the reality show horse.
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