In a trailer for Season 3 of his Netflix series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, David Letterman brings Kim Kardashian to tears.
David Letterman is excited to return to Netflix later this month with brand new episodes of his hit show My Next Guest Needs No Introduction. Kim Kardashian, Lizzo, Dave Chappelle, and Robert Downey Jr. will star in season three of this interview series.
In this season 3 trailer for the Netflix series, which launched officially on Tuesday, October 6, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, Kim Kardashian West, 39, starts to open up with Letterman, 73, while shopping.
During the one-on-one chat with Kardashian, things start to take an emotional turn as the reality star is seen breaking down in tears.
Premieres on October 21
David asked Kim, who was trembling with her teary eyes, whether she was all right. Kim, a mother of four, said through a shaky voice that she does not know why she is crying.
Since the rest of the conversation was not shown, fans would have to wait to watch the interview when Season 3 premieres on Netflix on October 21.
Meanwhile, Kim had more beautiful moments to share with the long-time talk show host, like when they goofed around in a CVS! This scene was filmed in March, right before the coronavirus pandemic broke out in the United States.
Kim and Kayne West
Kim is continuing in the strides of her husband, Kanye West, 43, who appeared in the second season of Mr. Letterman’s Netflix series, which premiered in May of 2019.
The rapper talked about his Bipolar condition and opened up that he is having a heightened connection with the universe when he is ramping up.
Kim has been in a lot of emotional waves lately. Since KUWTK is coming to an end after its 20th season, which is to air in 2021, Kim told Grazia magazine that she was “crying all weekend” after the big announcement came out on September 8.
Before the announcement went live on the air, she had also had to deal with her married life with husband Kanye West, 43, who tweeted that he had been trying to get divorced.
Although she was photographed crying in a car with Kanye in Wyoming after he posted the controversial tweets, Kanye eventually apologized to Kim.
However, the couple who has been married for about six years have appeared to have patched up their problems, enjoying a few private dates in September.
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