Kim Kardashian Breaks Down In Tears During Sneak Peek Of Candid David Letterman Interview

The Season 3 trailer for 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman' dropped, and it features none other than Kim Kardashian! The 'KUWTK' star has a vulnerable moment in the teaser.

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Kim Kardashian, 39, has a heart-to-heart with David Letterman, 73, that leads to tears in the Season 3 trailer for My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star was one of the four guest stars featured in the teaser that dropped on Oct. 6, which also included Lizzo, Robert Downey Jr. and Dave Chappelle. The trailer took an emotional turn when it was Kim’s time to sit across David for her interview.

Kim Kardashian, David Letterman
Kim Kardashian starts crying in the Season 3 trailer for David Letterman’s Netflix series. (Photo Courtesy of Netflix)

“We all right?” David asked Kim, who was dabbing at her teary eyes. “[I] don’t know why I’m crying. I’ve talked about this before,” the mother of four said through a shaky voice. The rest of the conversation was not shown, so you’ll have to watch the interview when Season 3 premieres on Netflix on Oct. 21!

Kim had more light-hearted moments with the longtime talk show host, too, like when they goofed around in a CVS! That scene was actually filmed in March, right before the coronavirus pandemic broke out in the United States.

Kim is following in the footsteps of her husband Kanye West, 43, who appeared in the second season of Mr. Letterman’s Netflix series that premiered in May of 2019. The rapper opened up about his Bipolar condition, and revealed that it feels like he’s having a “heightened connection with the universe” when he’s “ramping up.”

Kim Kardashian, David Letterman
Kim Kardashian and David Letterman are photographed here shopping at a CVS in March of 2020, while filming for David’s Netflix series. (Photo Credit: BACKGRID)

Kim has been doing a lot of crying lately. KUWTK is coming to an end after its 20th season airs in 2021, and Kim told Grazia magazine that she was “crying all weekend” after announcing the sad news on Sept. 8. Before this announcement, she had also dealt with drama in her marriage with her husband Kanye West, 43, who tweeted that he had been trying to “get divorced” and claimed that Kim was trying to bring a doctor to the Yeezy founder and “lock [him] up.”

Kanye eventually apologized to Kim on Twitter, although she was photographed crying in a car with Kanye in Wyoming after he posted the controversial tweets. However, the married couple of six years have appeared to patch up their problems, because they’ve enjoyed a few private dates in September.