DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – After spending five full days interviewing reality television stars, Khloe Kardashian Odom started the second week of her Dallas radio show without a single one in the studio. Well, that is unless you count the host herself. Khloe’s celebrity guest on Monday was the band Big Time Rush.READ MORE: Texas Governor Appoints New Elections Chief Who Briefly Represented Trump In Election Challenge
For those without tweens controlling the remote, Big Time Rush is a boy band that stars in a Nickelodeon series by the same name. The group has released two albums and are set to start filming the show’s third season later this year.
The four guys called into Khloe’s show from Germany, where they are promoting the new album, which was just released overseas. They are now world travelers, but one of them, Logan (third from the left in the above photo), was actually born and raised in North Richland Hills. “I used to live in Dallas,” the pop star told Khloe, before the two agreed that North Texans are the nicest people on the planet.
The band’s tour kicks off on February 17 in Las Vegas – which all four guys were quick to note “could be good or bad” depending on your perspective. Hopefully the band doesn’t have too much fun before taking the stage. The closest that the tour will come to DFW is a stop in Houston.READ MORE: Veteran Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Joshua Sieman Dies From COVID-19 Complications
BTR was shocked to hear that Khloe has actually watched an episode of their show, and proceeded to invite her on for a guest appearance, if she was interested. “I know you’re a busy lady but, if you want, you’re more than welcome to come on the show,” one of them said.
A possible storyline was even suggested – one of band members wants Khloe to play his on-screen girlfriend. “You’re going to have to talk to Lamar,” Khloe said jokingly. “You talk to seven-foot Lamar.”
Khloe moved to the Dallas area in December, after her basketball player husband Lamar Odom was traded from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks. She now hosts a weekday radio show – dubbed “The Mix Up” – on Mix 102.9 in Dallas. The second season of her reality show – “Khloe & Lamar” – debuts February 19 on the E! Network.
When a caller asked about the upcoming season, Khloe offered a few teasing details. “It’s a lot of unexpected twists and turns,” she said. “This season was really stressful because we weren’t anticipating a trade.” Khloe said that viewers can expect an inside look at the recent NBA lockout, the stress that put on her husband and family, and “this fast move to Dallas, that happened in two days of finding out we’re moving.”MORE NEWS: Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You See Another Relief Payment?
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