Khloe Kardashian reveals Selma Blair's secret to playing Kris Jenner in 'American Crime Story'

Selma Blair Talks Playing Kris Jenner in "American Crime Story"
Selma Blair Talks Playing Kris Jenner in "American Crime Story"


Khloe Kardashian revealed on Wednesday that Kris Jenner gave input on some of the characters for the upcoming FX series "American Crime Story."

"I would definitely like to see it," the reality star said of the anthology series, which will tell the story of the O.J. Simpson murder trial, in which her father, the late Robert Kardashian, served as a defense attorney.

She also revealed that her mother and the actress who portrays her in the series have since become friends.

Kris Jenner through the years:

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"My mom and Selma Blair became really good friends," she said, revealing that the actress also attended her family's Christmas party. "My mom has way more investment in that ... . However they want to portray us is fine. I still want to see it."

The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star appeared at the 2016 Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena, California, to promote her upcoming FYI series "Kocktails With Khloe."

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The series will see Kardashian inviting friends and family over for a "dinner party" and documenting the unfiltered conversations that result. According to executive producer Craig Piligian, each episode will tape two days before the episode airs in order to keep everything current.

"I want to keep this very versatile," Kardashian said. "I want the conversation to be really raw and gritty."

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