Ellen DeGeneres hilariously interrogates Khloe Kardashian over Kylie Jenner's pregnancy

Khloe Kardashian appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Thursday to discuss her pregnancy with the host.

Brittany King

Karla Kardashian wants in on the family baby news! On Thursday, Khloe Kardashian stopped by the Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk all things baby just not her younger sister Kylie Jenners baby.


While discussing pregnancy cravings, the Revenge Body star said, "I don't get when people are eating for two full-size people. My mom is one of those people; she bought me eight boxes of Krispy Kreme doughnuts and got mad that I didn't eat them all. I said, 'What human being can eat eight boxes?' She said she did when she was pregnantand that's why she gained 80 lbs!"

And with that, DeGeneres went in on the Kylie rumors. "Is Kylie craving things yet?" she asked Khloe who replied, "What do you mean?" The host continued to probe to the reality star and flatly said, "Shes pregnant." But Khloe wasnt giving any details and replied, "Oh, I don't know what you're talking about."


DeGeneres then brought up the familys holiday Christmas card that was missing Kylie and Rob Kardashian. "Why wasn't she on the Christmas card?" the host asked. "Um, I don't know. You gotta ask Kylie," the 32-year-old answered. "Why don't you get Kylie on the show?"


"Kylie is pregnant!" the comedian continued. "I can tell Kylie is pregnant I will make a bet right now that she is pregnant." No matter how many times Khloe denied it, DeGeneres wouldnt let up. "So, Kylie's pregnant. That's great," she joked

Kylie is pregnant! I can tell Kylie is pregnant.

Before Khloe appeared on the daytime-talkshow show, DeGeneres teased the reality stars appearance with the funny Instagram caption, “@KhloeKardashian and her baby bump are here tomorrow. @KylieJenner and her baby bump are watching from home. 


Oh, Ellen. Almost. You almost had her.


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