Hey guys, it’s Julia Reynolds, and I have some news for all of you Kardashian followers out there! Kim Kardashian recently revealed in an interview at the TIME100 Summit that she would be happy to give up her life in front of the camera to become a lawyer full-time. Yes, you heard that right – the reality TV star is considering leaving the showbiz world behind to pursue a career in law.
In the interview, Kim talked about her criminal justice reform efforts and the work she has been doing to secure the release of Alice Marie Johnson from prison. She expressed how this chapter in her life has been eye-opening and life-changing, and has given her a new perspective on what is truly fulfilling. Kim went on to say that she and her family cherish their private moments off-camera, so transitioning to post-reality TV life wouldn’t be that difficult.
It’s no secret that Kim has been passionate about law and justice for several years now. She has taken trips to Washington D.C. for lobbying efforts, spoken out on cases where she feels certain people have been wrongly imprisoned and has even taken and passed the baby bar exam. Kim’s plan is to take the real bar exam in February, which would allow her to become a real-life attorney and pursue her new career aspirations.
This is a significant move for Kim, who has been an entertainment staple for about two decades now. Her family’s reality TV show, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” has been a massive success since it first aired in 2007. However, it seems that Kim is ready to move on to bigger and better things. In her own words, she sees pursuing law as just as fulfilling, if not more so, than her work in the entertainment industry.
— TIME (@TIME) April 25, 2023