Kim Kardashian Is Now An Actress Because...Why Not?

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Kim Kardashian will never be a broke girl herself, but that doesn't mean she can't hang out with them on TV!
The reality star is set to appear on the premiere of the fourth season of the CBS hit sitcom 2 Broke Girls, which airs on Monday, October 27.
For those of you who refuse to live in a world in which Kim Kardashian is an actress, fear not. The reality star will be playing herself. According to executive producer Michael Patrick King, Kim's and the titular broke girls (played by Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs) paths cross when the cast of Keeping Up with the Kardashians takes over Williamsburg while shooting an episode.
In the show, the girls are trying to get their cupcake business off the ground, and Kim's sudden presence might just give them the publicity they desperately need. “The girls know what that kind of exposure would mean to them," King told TV Line. "And it turns out there is a bit of a cherry on the ice cream, or the cupcake, because Kim does appear at their window.”
Kardashian has already filmed her guest spot, and according to those involved, things went swimmingly. "Shooting an episode of #2BrokeGirls with @OfficialKat & @BethBehrs! Can’t wait for you to see it 10/27 @ 8pm on #CBS," she tweeted yesterday.
Kim Kardashian scholars — and we know you're out there — will be quick to note that this isn't the first time she's played herself in a sitcom, after making cameo appearances on both 30 Rock and Last Man Standing.
This is, however, the first time she's had to type the word "broke," and she totally killed it. (E! Online)
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