Khloe Kardashian has made it very clear at this point:
She will not be getting a new boyfriend.
The reality star has chosen to stick it out with Tristan Thompson, despite his penchant for just pounding any Instagram model who looks his way for even half a second.
However, Khloe has now made something else clear, much to the surprise of some of her fans:
She is very much in the market for a new nose.
In response to a photo Kardashian shared on her Instagram page late last week, a handful of followers wondered out loud (that is, through their computer screens) whether or not she had gone under a knife.
“Did she really get her nose done or just really fleeky contouring,” one wrote, actually prompting the following response from Khloe herself:
“One day I think I’ll get one because I think about it every day. But I’m scared so for now it’s all about contour.”
Kardashian also said, perhaps jokingly, that her nose has changed shape since having daughter True in April.
In response to another remark about plastic surgery versus contouring, she wrote the following:
“Great contouring! We do go overboard but my nose spread during pregnancy so I’m just waiting for it to go back lol.”
We’re pretty sure she’s kidding, but some folks out there have taken that reply seriously.
All these stars have denied those claims.
In the wake of Khloe’s honest response to her nose situation, many supporters flooded Khloe’s page with compliments.
They want her to know that she doesn’t need to change a single thing about herself.
“You’re gorgeous no need to have your nose done!” one wrote, as another chimed in with a similar sentiment:
“@khloekardashian you are beautiful just how you are.”
Khloe, however, doesn’t sound like she’s down on herself.
She’s always been pretty open about using a doctor to improve on one’s appearance.
Back in March of 2016, for example. Khloe expressed an interest in plastic surgery as well, getting all deep and profound with the magazine:
“I think plastic surgery should be viewed almost like makeup, because we’re all putting on a f-cking mask basically every day anyway,” she said back then, elaborating as follows:
“When you dye your hair, you’re changing who you are, and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that.
“I think people should get plastic surgery or fillers or lasers or whatever if they want it – that should be your own personal decision.”
Elsewhere, Khloe ran into a bit of a controversy over the weekend.
The new captured herself and sister Kourtney using the R-word while trying to figure out how to connect their smartphones.
“Yes, you can, you f-cking retard,” Kourtney was heard saying off-camera, to which Khloe answered;
“Are you f-cking retarded?”
She garnered backlash for using this term and apologized for it a day after the footage went viral.
“Ugh I hate that word! Why did I even say that? You are a million percent right and I actually greatly dislike when people use that word!” Khloe replied to a follower who called her out, concluding:
“I will do better! I am sorry! much love today.”