Khloe Kardashian will be keeping up with the O.J. trial.
The reality star was promoting her upcoming show Kocktails with Khloe at the 2016 Winter TCA Press Tour, but took the time to say she'll be watching FX's American Crime Story, the upcoming Ryan Murphy miniseries centered on the infamous 1994 O.J. Simpson trial, when it premieres on Feb. 2.
“Oh I definitely want to see it,” said Khloe, via EW. “My mom and Selma Blair became really good friends. She was at our Christmas Eve party. My mom had way more of an investment in that movie. She helped a little bit with character.”
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Khloe, whose late father Robert Kardashian was on O.J.'s defense team, will be portrayed as a younger version of herself in the 10-part series, along with her sisters, Kim and Kourtney. Kris Jenner, who will be played by Selma Blair, and Robert will be portrayed by David Schwimmer. She told reporters that she is not concerned with how her family will be depicted on the show.
“I would like to see it,” she said. “However they want to portray us is fine.”
Last May, Kris admitted to ET that she has mixed feelings about the series, because of how much it personally involves her family.
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“It was such a tragic story,” she said at the time. “It's something that you know you'll never be able to get over in any kind of a way where you don't think about it all the time.”
She also opened up about Nicole Brown Simpson, whose tragic murder the trial centered on.
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“Nicole was so dear to my heart, and I think about her and have such great cherished, treasured memories forever in my heart,” Kris added, concluding that she does have faith in Selma to accurately portray her. “I think she'll do a great job."
So who are the child actors who will be portraying Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe! Watch the video below.