If you thought it was a little too coincidental that Khloe bumped into her ex French Montana at a Las Vegas restaurant on Dec. 30, you were right! The whole run-in was staged from start to finish, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY!
Khloe Kardashian & French Montana Las Vegas Run-In Staged For Reality Show
Don’t be surprised when Khloe and French’s run-in pops up on your TV screen in the coming months. It was all part of a paid appearance Khloe made at 1OAK nightclub, which is right around the corner from Stack.
“The Kardashians have a contract with 1OAK and part of that contract is to film their appearances for the show when they host a party, stay two hours, drink and party and have the TV cameras film it all,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “The Khloe and French meet-up beforehand was completely planned.”
“The outside of Stack had those signs that said, ‘If you enter you will be filmed’, so it was definitely staged,” our source adds. “French being at the same restaurant at the same time in Las Vegas is impossible, because it was all a part of the plan.”
Not only that, but it seemed like Khloe didn’t even want to be there at all! “She was texting a lot and was definitely jonesing to leave the whole time,” our source reveals. “The group left around 2 a.m. to jet back to Los Angeles.” Sounds like Khloe, 30, wasn’t too excited to see French, 30!
Khloe Kardashian’s Awkward Run-In With Ex French Montana In Vegas
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Khloe and French “ran into each other” at Stack, and ended up dining at different tables.
Khloe made her singleness known when she hosted the party at 1OAK on Dec. 30.
“I think being single is really healthy for people,” Khloe told People mag. “I think people who go into one relationship to another, I don’t know if they have a healing process or know what went wrong or how to better themselves.”
So HollywoodLifers, are YOU surprised that Khloe and French’s run-in was staged for the cameras? Let us know in the comments below!
— Susan Johnson, Reporting by Russ Weakland