Kim Kardashian's bad paparazzi pictures have given her a phobia

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The celebrities too get insecure sometimes.

Kim Kardashian revealed that she doesn't always have such a tough skin when dealing with public scrutiny on Sunday's episode (October 15) of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Last week, we saw her get visibly upset when a tabloid ran candid bikini shots of her from a vacation in Mexico.

"I'm literally going to s-t my f--ing trousers", Kardashian says on the show. Kim had a meltdown on the way to the 2017 Met Gala back in May, where she said she was going to throw up.

Khloe Kardashian is suddenly coy in front of the media for nothing but her 4 months old baby bump with Tristan Thompson, which is quite unusual as she has spent more than a decade in front of the cameras.

She replied, "You should have seen met at the Met".

Do you think that Kim Kardashian has changed since being robbed at gunpoint in Paris? She was mocked and made fun of for this really traumatic thing that happened to her.

Kim's sisters, Kourtney and Khloé, blame social media for a lot of her insecurities.

Kim Kardashian's insecurities about her body got so bad at one point that she contemplated staying home to avoid being looked at. "It's not fair and it's not cool". In her answer she said: "I don't really care so much about diamonds anymore". "When will they stop with this story?" she said. "I know I can handle anything and everything, and if I can't handle it ... who can?" Full phobia. I freak out about everything.

'I want to be cellulite-proof...less cellulite, ' she confessed while trying on her gorgeous white dress. I think people think that I'm so confident, and I'm so secure, and I'm so this, but I'm not.

Khloe told the group she bought a fascia blaster to rub out the appearance of cellulite on her body.

'I think keeping your own circle of friends, along with your own hobbies and interests, will only make your relationship stronger, because you're still doing your own thing'.

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