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Kardashian Christmas card: Learn the Photoshop secrets

November 28, 2012|By Christie D'Zurilla

Khloe Kardashian spilled the dish on the Kardashian Christmas card Wednesday, telling Ellen DeGeneres that yes, some members of the family are indeed Photoshopped in, given the difficulty of getting them all in one place at the same time.

"We pretend that we're always together," Kardashian said. "The power of cameras and Photoshop." They do, however, all get together for Christmas itself. 

In 2010, Lamar Odom was edited into the card, because he was on the road for an NBA game when the vignette was snapped.

"Damn men with a career!," his wife joked to DeGeneres. "Everyone else was able to be at our beck and call."

This year it will be Khloe and Lamar, Kendall Jenner and Scott Disick requiring after-the-fact assistance to join the clan's holiday showcase. And 2011? Puzzle it out for yourself, 'cause Khloe was mum.

One person who's still technically part of the family but definitely won't make the card, just like he didn't make it last year: Kris Humphries, Kim's 72-day husband, to whom she's still married, despite her best efforts to cut that cord. 

Speaking of her client, Kim's lawyer made the point in court Wednesday, according to TMZ: "She is now handcuffed to Mr. Humphries."

Even Kim's new squeeze, Kanye West, has been deposed in the case, the site said.

If only Photoshop worked for real life, right? Divorce proceedings are expected to go well into next year.


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