Kim Kardashian is back in the US after a whirlwind trip to France, appearing on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Thursday to talk about rumors she'll tie the knot at the Palace of Versailles.
While the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star and fiance Kanye West did get a VIP tour of the grounds, it doesn't mean they're going to get married there.
"We took a private tour and of course everyone thought we were picking that as our wedding place," she revealed last night. "We're not, we were just taking a tour!"
The 32-year-old did confirm that the two will say "I do" during the summer in Paris though, a place she considers their second home. She also said she'll be taking Kanye's last name -- and will make Kardashian her middle name.
Kim looked gorgeous for her appearance on the late night show, sporting a pink Dior dress that she cut in two, Manolo heels and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry for the interview.
Later in the show, talk turned to the rocky marriages of her parents and sister Khloe Kardashian.
"It wasn't a surprise," she says of Bruce and Kris Jenner's split. "They had been living kind of like friends for a long time. Life is so short and you should just be happy, so I support them."
As for Khloe and Lamar Odom's failed marriage, she says she didn't see it coming but her sister has a "really good support system" now to help her get through it.
In a more surprising admission, Kim also talked about Khloe's pregnancy woes on the show -- and revealed her sister wasn't going to fertility appointments because she wasn't actively trying to conceive.
Later on Friday, she clarified her comments on Twitter.
"I'm so tired of people twisting my words, Khloe did start fertility and she wanted to have a baby, but I believe in the middle of the process she realized timing wasn't good based on what was going on with her relationship," says Kim. "She was not ready to tell us everything so she stopped treatment without telling us."
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