[VIDEO] Khloe Kardashian Odom Opens up About ‘X Factor’ Criticism

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Did you know that even gorgeous, super-famous celebs get insecure every now and then? It’s true! Khloé Kardashian Odom, whose real talk and witty personality landed her a hosting gig on “The X Factor” last season, recently dished that before the show went live she’d get so nervous — she’d start to shake!

During our interview — in which we discussed vaginas and camel toe among other things – Khloé admitted that “the first week [of the show], I let my nerves get the best of me.” Before the cameras began to roll, the reality star would fill up with anxiety out of fear that she wouldn’t do a good job. The critics online affected her too. “I was letting that eat at me,” she admitted. Watch what else Khloé had to say about her growing pains on the show.

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So, how’d she overcome her fear to become a funny, sweet host? This time around, instead of mom Kris or her sisters giving the real talk it was Simon Cowell. “I hired you for you….don’t be a host. I don’t need you so robotic. Just be you,” he said to her. So she remembered to just be herself. “I stopped paying attention” she said about the criticism on Twitter, blogs, etc. “I was like this is my first time, just be me.” And it looks like just being you is the trick, as rumors have begun to swirl that the sister to Kim, Kylie, Kendall and the rest might make a comeback for Season 3!

“You can’t expect everyone to love you. I’m not someone who just wants to throw out hate, just because. It’s hard for me to understand it but I don’t let it affect me,” she added about how she handles haters.

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