Khloe Kardashian Wants Her Sisters To Be Her Matchmakers
Khloe Kardashian isn’t against getting the help of her sisters when it comes to playing matchmaker. On Thursday’s (October 19) episode of The Kardashians, the Good American founder and her mother, Kris Jenner, were playing matchmaker for Scott Disick. While interviewing lingerie company owner Celine, Kris got sidetracked off the mission and wanted to set her up with her son, Rob Kardashian. Celine attended the same high school as Rob, so the 67-year-old “momager” said, “Wait, maybe she could date Rob.” Khloe had to reign her mother back in and replied, “Well, one brother at a time, then we’ll figure it out.”
In a joint confessional with Khloe, Kris admitted that she turns off “mom” mode when asked who she’s really “doing these screenings for.” She explained that she always has Rob in the back of her mind. As they continued on with their matchmaking interviews, Khloe joked, “I wish someone would do this for me.” However, she quickly added that she wasn’t ready yet. Kris playfully replied, “Wait till I talk to your sisters!”
Khloe admitted in a confessional, “When I’m ready to date, I don’t think I would be mad if my sisters did this for me ’cause they would probably be better at picking than maybe I would. I don’t trust my own picking most of the time, clearly.” She added that she would love it if all four of her sisters would take part in her matchmaking. That is, if “those boys make it through the ten minutes, they should just go on a date with me just for the torture of having to talk to all four of them.” As seen in previous episodes of the show, Kim has attempted to set Khloe up with no success. In the last season of The Kardashians, Kim was trying to get Khloe’s “mojo back” with a new man while they were in Milan for Kim’s Dolce & Gabbana fashion show.
However, Khloe didn’t think she needed her older sister’s help. She said in a confessional at the time, “I didn’t know I lost my mojo, but I guess Kim definitely thinks I did. So we need to find that motherf—er somewhere.”