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Khloe Kardashian-Odom was not present to take a photograph for her family's Christmas card which has become a public tradition, and recently opened up about what her family decided to do as a result.
Kardashian-Odom, 28-year-old "X Factor" host, recently appeared on the "Ellen" daytime talk show where she spoke to host and comedian Ellen DeGeneres about her family photoshopping her into this year's family Christmas card.
"We pretend that we're always together," Kardashian-Odom told DeGeneres. "The powers of cameras and Photoshop."
While her husband of three years, Los Angeles Clippers' Lamar Odom, has become a part of the family tradition, Kardashian-Odom revealed that he was the subject of photoshopping last year.
"That one we were all in but Lamar was photoshopped...because he had a game," she revealed on "Ellen".
"It's hard with his NBA schedule. Damn men with a career!" she added.
However, this year both Kardashian-Odom and her husband were absent from the Christmas card photo shoot along with her sister Kendall Jenner and their sibling Kourtney's boyfriend Scott Disick. According to the "X Factor" host, all missing parties were digitally added to this year's Christmas card.
Still, the host of the Fox network's singing competition made sure to tell DeGeneres that her family made sure to come together for the holidays.
"Every Christmas, we're always together. Step-brothers, sisters, everything," she said. "All 10 kids and then everyone's extended girlfriend, boyfriend, this, that..."
When DeGeneres quipped about the guest list changing during the holidays, Kardashian-Odom didn't disagree.
"Yeah, we rotate all the people," Kardashian-Odom joked. "Now we're sticking together. The older we get, the more we stick together. Who knew, I'm surprised Scott's still around, but he's here."
Still, Kardashian-Odom recently admitted that she was unable to spend Thanksgiving with her husband.
"Honestly, I'm fine with it, because I'm obsessed with my husband- in a healthy way- but he's on the road. He's got a game in Brooklyn," she told People magazine on a break from her X Factor taping. "He'll be working anyway so I feel a lot better about that, and my sister Kim will be here. And I think my mom will come here that night, too. Thanksgiving at the X Factor!"