Los Angeles, Jan 27 (IANS) Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian reveals the popular show Keeping Up With The Kardashians started as a filler programme. She claims the pilot didn't go anywhere at first.
"I think we shot a pilot or something for (Ryan Seacrest) and it didn't go anywhere," Khloe said on The Kelly Clarkson Show, reports aceshowbiz.com.
She added that they were given a chance after "a show on (the American channel) E! fell through, so they needed something to fill this dead air time".
"They were like, 'You're getting on the show, start filming, you're getting on the air, like, in two'weeks'. We were so excited," she recalled.
Khloe said that she and her family were told not to get too excited. She added that a member from the production team had said: "Don't get too comfortable here. It's, like, just filler."
Khloe was grateful that it was how they began.
"I actually really appreciate that because we were just thinking, 'Oh, we're not gonna have a season two, let's just film, it's fun, let's just be ourselves. This isn't gonna'g" anywhere'," she said.
Khloe, 'im Kardashian's s"ster, added: "We had no pressure on ourselves... We didn't even have time to think about it; to really, like, have any pre-conceived, fake anything. It was just who we are on the fly and I think that's what made the show so good...we just weren't thinking."
"And it turned out that was probably the best thing to happen to us because it was so, I think, relatable and realistic to some people," she said.
The final season of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" will air this year. Kim had made the announcement on Instagram in September.
New Delhi, March 6 (IANS) Oil marketing companies have spared consumers of yet another petrol and diesel price hike even though the global oil market is on the boil with crude reaching within touching distance of year-high-level of $70 a barrel.
Petrol continues to be priced at Rs 91.17 a litre and diesel Rs 81.47 a litre in the capital on Saturday. Across the country too, the petrol and diesel price remained unchanged.
This is seventh consecutive day when pump prices of auto fuels have remains unchanged.
After a spike in global oil prices seen over last two weeks with crude price jumping close to $67 a barrel, prices had fallen to around $63 a barrel but it rose again to cross $69 a barrel mark now after after the OPEC+ decision to continue with crude production cut in April.
Petrol and diesel prices have been rising continuously since February 9. In the 14 increases since then, price have gone up by Rs 4.22 per litre for petrol while diesel rate has risen by Rs 4.34 a litre in Delhi.
The increase in the previous weeks has taken petrol to cross historic high levels of Rs 100 a litre in several cities across the country.
The petrol and diesel prices have increased 26 times in 2021 with the two auto fuels increasing by Rs 7.46 and Rs 7.60 per litre, respectively so far this year.
Oil companies executives said that petrol and diesel prices may increase further in coming days as retail prices may have to be balanced in line with global developments to prevent OMCs from making loss on sale of auto fuels.