Khloe stands at 5' 10" (1.78 m) tall.
In 2009, Khloe became a radio DJ on the Miami airwaves by hosting a show called "Khloe After Dark" that aired on Friday nights from midnight to 3:00am.
In 2006, Khloe along with her sisters Kim and Kourtney opened a boutique called D-A-S-H.
Donald Trump asked Khloe to be on the 2009 season of his show The Celebrity Apprentice because he said she is "very pleasant on the eyes."
Khloe got married to NBA star Lamar Odom September 27, 2009.
Khloe was arrested for a DUI in late 2007.
Khloe Kardashian: (About her mother Kris Jenner) My mother has just always been this: "Let's make water into wine" person,... ...She knows how to take one small talent or ability and grow it into something huge.
Khloe Kardashian: (On if she takes things said on gossip blogs or by Perez Hilton to heart) I definitely go on all those sites. It's fun and silly, but at first I used to get kind of hurt. Kourtney is 5'0" and Kimberly is 5'2", and I'm 5'10". So, when I stand next to them everybody thinks I'm like 6'5". They think I'm this big girl. When people meet me that's the first thing they say, "Oh, you're skinny. You're just normal." They meet Kourtney and Kim and they're like, "You guys are midgets." It used to really offend me and get to me. But, now I know what the game is. It's all a game. When I see Perez [Hilton] in person he's so sweet to me, and hugs me. I get that this is all just a game, and it's crazy, but I feel like if you understand it then it won't hurt you as bad. That's how I deal with it. I'm like, "People need something to talk about, and I don't care because I know who I am." It's almost like I'm surprising people. Whenever I meet someone they're like, "You're so nice," or "You're so pretty." And I'm like, "Ok, well at least I surprised you." (Laughs).
Khloe Kardashian: (On how getting a DUI changed her life) The biggest impact it had on me was actually going to my DUI classes. You sit in these classes and you listen to a lot of people of all different ages. There are people who are underage who got DUIs and I would have people walk in the classes that were, like, eighty-two! Really cute older people that you would not think would have DUIs, but they've had, like, seven. You hear all these stories and you're just like, "Oh my God. I never want that to happen to me again." Someone killed an individual, and hearing the stories really do make an impact on you. It just made me want to be better for my little sisters and for my twenty-one year old brother. I think everything happens to people for a reason. I'm still grateful that this happened to me, because I'm the one that gets to now really teach my family. I've learned a lot and now I'm always the advocate to my friends. If someone has had too much to drink, I'll make sure I drive them home. All of the drama you go through and what could have happened to somebody, or me, it's such a dumb thing. I could have spent eighty dollars to get into a cab. I've spent probably sixty grand on my DUI, alone.
Khloe Kardashian: (On if she felt like she was in a corporate environment while filming Celebrity Apprentice) Well, every challenge was different. We're all people who are good at what we do in our own field. Putting all of these dominant personalities together, there was a lot of fighting and a lot of tension. In that aspect, no, because when I'm in a corporate environment normally everybody is really cordial with one another, and they get along and they respect each other. Even if you don't agree with somebody's decision you say it in an appropriate way. A lot of these people wanted camera time, or maybe they just are really that rude in a corporate environment. I don't know (laugh). That's not how I am.
Khloe Kardashian: (on her experience on "Celebrity Apprentice") The show is really hard. You wake up every morning at 4am to start hair and makeup, and by the time you're done filming it's about midnight. It goes every single day. You might get a day off that week, you might not. The challenges are incredibly hard, and everything you do yourself. It's not just for TV. Nobody helps you. They give you a task and you have to find a way to do it, and you've got to make sure you do it right or else you're going to get fired. You obviously want to do well because now your career is kind of put on the line. All of us who did the show own businesses. You want to present yourself in an educated way and that you know what you're doing, but it's hard and it's scary. There are so many other elements involved; you're exhausted. But, it was fun and I was the youngest one on the show, so I feel like I learned a lot.
Khloe Kardashian: (on the most interesting celebrity she has met) I feel that whenever I talk to my friends on the red carpet - people I know -they're a lot more open with you and I think it's that comfort level. So whenever I talk to people I don't know, even when I'm really excited, they don't really give you much because they don't want to be written about wrong. Nicole Ritchie is a dear friend of mine, I love her transformation in life. I love how she promotes herself now and how she came through for herself. I love the change she's made from a young girl to this beautiful woman. So I think she's the most interesting because of that.
Khloe Kardashian: (on being tall) I'm very confident. I try to take anything and turn it into a positive. I'm 5"10, and girls are like, 'why do you wear high heels?' and I'm like, 'because it's fun!' You have to embrace whatever you're given. I like all the fancy high heels. I just have to make myself feel comfortable and people can see me easier because I'm ahead of the crowds!
Khloe Kardashian: (on the camera's recording her reality show Keeping up with the Kardashians) I totally forget that they're there. You just start living your life. They tell you during the first season that you can't pay them any attention so you totally get used to that and forget they're there but when you're having a bad time or a bad day or if you're fighting with someone, it's hard that they're there but you still forget that they're there. You don't remember until you watch it. You're like 'oh my god, I said that!' It's hard to explain.