That revenge body has appeared on numerous magazine covers, including Women's Health and Complex. Kanye West even asked her to be a fit model while developing his Yeezy collection saying, "Your body vibes are my influence this year." So it's no wonder Kardashian is getting her own new reality show called Revenge Body With Khloé Kardashian inspired by her own personal experience.
"Looking great is always the best revenge," Kardashian said in a press release. "It's so exciting to be able to mentor these people through their full-body makeovers, and I can't wait to see the incredible results at their final reveals."
The first season of the show will show scorned exes receiving makeovers both inside and out. Not only will Kardashian be hosting the show, but she'll be providing motivation, support, and pairing participants (real folks) with some of the best trainers and glam squads in the business for a true and ultimate transformation.
If anyone understands a revenge makeover, it's Kardashian. She went through a tough time after breaking up with Odom, and even though they have been in touch since he was found unconscious in October, the reality star has clearly moved on. She looks great. She's a lot more confident, she's happy, and even dating NBA player James Harden. Now she wants to take all that wonderful experience and use it to help others.
In her new book Strong Looks Better Naked, Kardashian shares her secrets to finding strength of body, mind, and spirit. She even recently launched her Khloé app, which features some of her favorite exercise tips and fitness fashion, and her new show is a further extension of her mental and physical transformation.
There have been skeptics out there that don't believe there is anything positive or empowering about revenge. But what they don't get is that revenge bodies or breakup makeovers is about you, not the ex. And as Latinas, we TOTALLY get this!
How many times has your mom or abuela advised you to get a manicure or your hair done after a rough week, month, or period? How many times have you found yourself hitting up the gym to deal with stress or a difficult life situation? This show or even the concept of revenge body isn't about looking good for your ex, making him jealous, or even trying to win him back. Sure, it would be nice to look good if you do happen to run into him. And it would be even nicer if he actually acknowledged it and said, "Damn, you look good girl." But that's not what this is about.
Certain situations, breakups especially, can leave you feeling crappy and down about yourself. Sometimes you just need a change to help pick yourself back up again, whether it's a haircut, losing weight, or landing a new job. It's about loving yourself again and knowing that no matter what comes your way, you'll be more than all right!