"I want to know if she's a force for good or evil," she said of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star. "I had someone make the argument that she's voluptuous and maybe sending the message to young girls that you don't have to be a stick figure to be desirable. But I see the other argument too—it's all enhanced, and you send the message that you need to surgically alter yourself to the point of shocking to be attractive to men."
"Everyone has an opinion, and everyone is entitled to that. I don't go around promoting anything," Kim continued. "I think people should be happy with who they are. If something makes them feel better about themselves, by all means, do whatever makes you happy."
ET also caught up with Kim's mother, Kris Jenner, who wasn't sure if Kelly's statements were "fair."
"I think she might be enticing girls to enjoy a great, healthy family life and to have lots of babies," Kris said of her daughter. "That's what she is into right now so I don't know about the rest of it."
The 59-year-old momager added, "We can't control what people think or start saying or what they're talking about. When people say things that are untrue or ignorant statements and things that are complete falsifications, you can't just always be there to fight that battle every day."