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"Reality TV Doesn't Get The Respect It Deserves"

You won't even imagine what the famous star said about reality TV in a tech conference in San Francisco

Kim Kardashian is finally speaking out on the trials and tribulations of being a reality star.

At a tech conference in San Francisco, where the host, Kara Swisher asked her about what she goes through just by being a reality star. Kim said:"I pride myself with my work ethic, and I work really hard," she said during the panel. "I think when people hear that I might have gotten success off of a 'reality show,' they take that as a negative. We’re in our tenth season. We have more episodes than 'I Love Lucy.' We have so many milestones that people don’t think about.""I wake up every single day at 6am, and go to the gym, and get my daughter up, feed my baby, film all day, sometimes don’t finish until 8 or 9 pm, and that’s every single day, six days a week, for five months straight while we’re filming. I don’t think reality TV gets the respect it deserves."

The reality star's daring interview was the same day her first appearance on the awar winning comedy drama series "2 Broke Girls" was aired.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star made a brief appearance in Monday night's season premiere, playing herself for a whopping six lines of dialogue.

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The star popped out towards the end of the episode to meet with Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs) at the same cupcake shop she refused to make her cameo.

After bashing her the entire episode, Kardashian herself finally decided to show up to the shop to apologize - and dropped a $100 tip, while promising to tweet about the store.

See what she did and how the 2 broke girls reacted...

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