KUWTK Reunion Part 2: The truth about the Kardashian curse and closure
Calabasas, California - The end has officially come! The Kardashian-Jenner clan dropped more shocking revelations during the second and final part of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians reunion special on Sunday night.
On Thursday's Part One of the KUTWK reunion, the reality stars were in Andy Cohen's hot seat as they answered burning questions about their personal lives, scandals, and everything that happened over the past 20 seasons.
On Sunday, during the culmination of the two-part special, Cohen got down to the nitty-gritty and fired off the closure questions fans wanted to hear most.
But the burning topics of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's status, Khloé's saga with her unfaithful beau and ex-family-bestie Jordyn Woods, and the family's opinion on the legendary "Kardashian Curse" were all fair game.
And the drama dishing went down as juicy as ever.
Scott and Kourtney will always be family
So, how does Scott really feel about Kourtney's sizzling romance with Travis Barker?
During the sit-down interview, the co-parents finally clarified their feelings towards each other and the answer was pretty straightforward.
Once Scott joined his honorary family members, Andy got right to the point, and asked, "It seems like you get really upset when Kourtney is linked to other guys."
The Talentless owner jokingly answered, "Me? No, I just want to kill them."
Scott and Kourtney then went on to speak about their mutual respect and love for one another, and also shared that they do give each other their blessing with their new respective partners.
"I think if you really love somebody, you want them to be happy no matter what. So I do give her a blessing to be happy," Scott added.
Kourtney also disclosed that if Scott had been able to maintain his sobriety, they could've still made things work.
Ah, c'est la vie.
The two further clarified that since their split in 2015, they have not slept together. Scott also slammed that accusation that he purposely chooses to date younger women.
"They choose me!" Scott boasted.
Well, it's certainly good to be Lord!
The Tristan Thompson and Jordyn Woods cheating scandal
So it wasn't much of a surprise that Andy grilled Khloé and asked if she had regrets about getting briefly married to Lamar Odom – which she said she doesn't.
But the real question of the night was asking about her feelings towards her current beau Tristan Thompson, the epic cheating scandals that have occurred, and of course, the fall-out with sister Kylie Jenner's longtime BFF Jordyn Woods.
Jordyn was at one point super tight with the Kardashian-Jenners as she and Kylie basically lived together. That all came to an end when Tristan and Jordyn got caught being way too close for comfort during a party at the NBA player's home.
Before this, Tristan had already come under fire for publicly cheating on Khloé while she was pregnant with their daughter, True.
Khloé finally addressed Tristan's unfaithfulness on the reunion special by being honest and revealing that she still struggles with trusting him.
She further cleared the air and said she doesn't hold ill feelings towards Jordyn anymore.
"I think people make mistakes, people live, and they learn and I forgive both parties. How could I forgive Tristan and not Jordyn? That sounds asinine in my opinion," the Good American owner explained on Sunday.
And though Kylie chimed in that she and Jordyn are not friends, Khloé expressed that she wouldn't be against the two friends reuniting, should that happen.
But, Khloé also dished that she hasn't gotten a personal apology from Jordyn, despite the fact that the model did an interview addressing the scandal.
Kim diplomatically interjected that Tristan will "always be part of their lives" because he's True's father.
From the ladies' responses, it doesn't look like the model will be invited to any family gatherings in the near future.
The truth about the "Kardashian Curse"
You'd have to be living under a rock if you've never heard about the "Kardashian Curse."
For those who aren't familiar with the urban myth, here's a quick breakdown: Since Kimmy's acrimonious split from Kris Humphries that pretty much ruined his reputation, it's been rumored that dating the Kardashian-Jenner women brings bad juju.
This was brought to light by Andy, who asked the ladies on Sunday if they believe the "curse" is real.
Kendall Jenner was the first to slam the narrative, and shared that it was time for everyone – particularly their exes – to stop blaming them.
"I think that we're all extremely giving and caring and loving women. And when there is a man in our lives we like, give everything to them, and as a family, we all love them so much – it's almost offensive, personally," the model conveyed.
Kris Jenner also pointed out that there are plenty of guys who still have successful careers following their relationships with her daughters: Kanye West, Reggie Bush, and even James Harden.
We can't wait to see what they will do next!
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