Khloe Kardashian did an interview via satellite with Australian morning show Sunrise earlier this month. But after her satellite feed dropped, rumors swirled that the 29-year-old reality star's camp decided to shut down the interview when hosts began asking her questions about her niece, North West.
During an appearance on an Australian radio show, Eva Longoria, whom is good friends with the Kardashians, commented on the incident sharing why Kardashian would be wrong for not answering the question and the "privacy" of reality TV stars.
"There’s definitely things that are off-limits and shouldn’t be asked [but] I think it is different for a reality star than it is for an actor," Longoria told the radio show host, according to The Huffington Post.
"An actor goes out and acts and does work, certain things are left to be private. Reality stars are kind of living out their lives, that’s why they are famous, because of the reality of their lives.’’
The Huffington Post reports that despite Sunrise show's producer's claims that Kardashian and her people shut down the interview following questions about North, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star states it's simply not true.
"Why would I cut an interview short because of North? Get over your self Sunrise... The call dropped... stop reaching for a story," she Tweeted.
Regardless, as The Huffington Post points out, Longoria's comments bring to the table a much larger conversation: Are reality TV stars not entitled to privacy?
What do you think? Do you think reality TV stars should have to answer questions about every aspect of their life whether they like it or not?