Khloé Kardashian is set to get a second series of 'Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian', and she is ''so happy'' for the upcoming series because she is proud she can help people to regain their confidence.
Khloé Kardashian is set to get a second series of 'Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian'.
The 32-year-old television personality has officially been given the go ahead to bring back the popular American show on E! for a second instalment, which sees the golden-haired beauty mentor people who have been dumped or have battled with weight issues to help them overcome their personal challenges with 12 weeks.
E! News has reported the forthcoming eight-part season will feature new contestants who will open up about their confidence struggles, but this time the show will go on for a longer time to allow more time for the make-overs.
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who is currently dating 26-year-old professional basketball player Tristan Thompson - will continue to have the support from a team of beauty and styling experts as well as personal trainers to transform the participants.
And the reality star is ''so happy'' her show is making a comeback, because she feels ''proud'' she is able to help other people who struggle with their self-confidence and encourage them to gain their ''strength, stamina, style and swagger'' back.
Khloé - who hosts and executive produces the programme - explained: ''I am so happy to have the opportunity to help people who are determined to make a change by allowing us to share in their personal struggles.
''I'm proud to be part of their journey and contribute to each one of them gaining more strength, stamina, style and swagger.''
And E!'s Executive Vice President of Programming and Development, Jeff Old, is ''thrilled'' Khloé's show will be returning ''with a vengeance''.
He said: ''We are thrilled 'Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian' is coming back with a vengeance for another season.
''As the first season has shown, we were blown away by the evolution of the participants and Khloé's unique ability to connect, inspire and encourage others.''
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