Khloe Kardashian and her new husband, Lamar Odom, are house hunting around L.A., but perhaps they should consider moving to Las Vegas instead.
The youngest Kardashian sister spends so much time in our city, she might as well move here.
She was in town on Saturday to promote her diet secret of choice, QuickTrim, and will return to Las Vegas this coming weekend to host the one-year anniversary of Closet Sundays at Revolution.
Odom and Kardashian started dating a few months ago and surprised nearly everyone with a quickie-yet-high-profile wedding on Sept. 27.
The newly married man returned to Las Vegas last week to host a party at LAX with fellow Laker Kobe Bryant. The two basketballers partied at the Luxor Wednesday night in advance of their pre-season game at Thomas & Mack the following day.
Odom was hurt during Thursday’s matchup against the Sacramento Kings after being kicked in the right shin, and his wife didn’t make it to Vegas on Friday because of the injury: She was busy nursing him back to health, apparently, and missed her flight.
The LAX-LAS mixup meant the youngest Kardashian wasn’t able to keep up with her older sisters and reality TV co-stars as middle and most famous sister, Kim Kardashian, celebrated her 29th birthday at Tao.
She also missed the shopping extravaganza that took place at the Shoppes at the Palazzo the day before (Barneys New York, Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin and Annie Creamcheese).
Luckily for the retail therapy-loving 25-year-old, her scheduled appearance on Saturday brought her to a Mecca of modern consumerism, Fashion Show mall.
She didn’t stick around for long, though, and jetted back to her hubby in L.A. afterward.
Kardashian will return this weekend to host at The Mirage, and will likely stay the night, which means yet another hotel room stay for the socialite.
Despite their affluent status, ample financial resources and affinity for our fair city, the Vegas-loving Kardashians have yet to pony up and invest in some local real estate.
(The K-crew stayed in the Venetian’s sprawling, 8,000-square foot, four-bedroom Chairman Suite this past weekend.)
While yes, most of their accommodations are likely included in the slew of party favors they are given in return for their party-hosting services, it is still somewhat of a wonder that the entrepreneurial-minded Kardashians have yet to take advantage of Southern Nevada’s rock-bottom home prices.
We are, after all, leading the nation in foreclosures and the market it rife with sprawling vacant mansions perfect for reality TV crews.
Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian moved to Miami last year (and took their reality TV cameras with them) as they opened an east coast location of their boutique, Dash.
Like nearly every other aspect of their lives, their trials and tribulations out east are showcased regularly on the E! spinoff series, Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami.
Perhaps a Las Vegas location will be the third outpost for the expanding franchise, and third reality TV show, too.
Khloe and Lamar Take Las Vegas, anyone?