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Khloe Kardashian will appear as a guest judge on two new episodes of "RuPaul's Drag Race" in season 6.
The E! star, 29, will join the likes of famed drag queen RuPaul and fellow judges Michelle Visage and Santino Rice in a bid to select a winner for each episode. Kardashian is no stranger to reality TV, in addition to starring on her family's hit reality TV shows she has also appeared on the "X Factor" and "Styled To Rock" among other reality shows.
"I've been a huge fan of RuPaul's Drag Race for years. Every episode is packed with glamour, beauty secrets and fashion – all things I love!" Kardashian told Us magazine.
"It really was a dream come true to be a guest judge this season," she continued. "My favorite part was working with RuPaul who is a legend and getting to know the contestants – they are all so talented. I am cheering for them all!"
The gig is likely to be a welcome distraction for the reality star, who recently filed for divorce from NBA star Lamar Odom after four-years of marriage.
The couple separated in August in the wake of cheating allegations and on Dec. 13 Kardashian is believed to have filed divorce papers.
"I love the new year, new beginnings. I need a good fresh start; I'm excited for this year to be over with," Kardashian told Cosmopolitan U.K. at the end of 2013.
"You only live once so let's make that one time perfect. We can't fix our mistakes and imperfections, so let's have fun. You get what you give out in life," she explained.
In recent weeks Kardashian and Odom, who wed in 2009 just one month after meeting, listed their Tarzana, Calif. home for a reported $5.5 million. The estranged couple purchased the 7-bedroom, 9-bathroom house for $3.9 million in 2009, just two months after they wed in a lavish ceremony.
"I don't regret anything about my life. My life has made me who I am at this moment and I'm very happy with who I am," she said.
"No matter if it's great, disgusting, beautiful or ugly; it happens and it makes you you. Life is about how you process things," she explained.