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Khloe Kardashian will no longer host "X Factor," according to numerous media sources, and now her mother and manager Kris Jenner is revealing why.
Jenner, the 57-year-old Kardashian matriarch, recently let it be known that her 28-year-old daughter was involved in other projects and decided not to return to the show because of her busy schedule.
"Khloe had such a good time and she wasn't sure if she was going to come back or not, so I think that with everything going on and the other three shows she's working on, it just worked out for the best," Jenner said in a Perez Hilton report. "Everything happens for a reason, but she was in love with her experience and had such a good time."
Still, Jenner encouraged people to watch the singing competition, even if her daughter would no longer be a part of it.
"I hope everyone continues to watch and it's such a great show," Jenner said on PerezHilton.com. "I'm sure they'll be just fine!"
After one season hosting the show, some sources claimed that Kardashian would be booted, while her co-host Mario Lopez would be asked to return.
"They are asking Mario [Lopez] to come back, but not Khloe," a source reportedly told The New York Post last February.
Kardashian did not hide the fact that she had some struggles adjusting to the singing competition.
"First of all I was hired like a week before the live show starts ... I've never done live TV before and I was asked to not do any hosting lessons because they wanted me to be just myself," Kardashian previously told HuffPost Live. "I can't read a teleprompter ... I needed glasses. So I had to go and get contacts ... it was just so stressful."
Still, media personality and "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" executive producer Ryan Seacrest said he was proud of Khloe's work on the show.
"She did a great job. That's tough if you've never done it before," Seacrest said in a Perez Hilton report. "She's not trained at it, she kind of went out there, and her first gig was a live national show. She's got plenty to do and I think she'll be just fine, and I think she'd say, what a great experience and I'm glad that I had the opportunity to do it."