Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom will appear on Oprah Sunday night with the focus of the conversation being placed on how the two make their marriage work.
The talk show segment will be the second part of the Kardashians' debut on "Oprah's Next Chapter." The first part drew mass controversy after Kim Kardashian admitted to Oprah that her mother had allowed her to go on birth control at the age of fourteen.
The second part of the interview will put more focus on Khloe, the younger Kardashian, and her marriage with NBA player Lamar Odom. While many predicted that the marriage would last a little more than a month or two, the pair has been married since 2009 and will celebrate their 3rd year anniversary in September. Before becoming engaged, the couple had only dated for four weeks.
"I feel the pressure from me to be a great wife," Khloe admitted to Oprah. The reality star was forced to leave her California home for Dallas, Texas when Odom was transferred from the L.A. Lakers to the Dallas, Mavericks. The separation was not an easy one for the reality star, however she seemed to take it in stride landing a position as a radio show host on a Dallas station and attending all of Odom's games backed by extreme Twitter support.
To help preserve her marriage, the star also admitted in a preview of the interview that she tried not to let "the public" influence her behavior and avoided the "tabloids or blogs."
Aside from revealing her young age of sexual maturity in the first part of the interviews, Kim Kardashian also defended herself in regards to the allegations brought against her that she married Kris Humphries in order to improve television ratings on her reality show.
"I was in love: I wanted the life that I always pictured my fairytale life to be," Kim told Oprah last week. "I would've had an extravagant wedding anyway, to end that relationship was a risk in itself to lose ratings and I had to take the risk to be honest to myself."
Part two of the interview will air tonight on Oprah's OWN network, at 9/8c.