The 35-year-old reality star coversBillboard magazine's TV issue and reluctantly addresses, once again, the ongoing feud between the "Shake It Off" singer and her husband, Kanye West. "Ugh, do we really have to talk about Taylor Swift?" she says with a laugh. "I’m so over it."
In June, Kim claimed that Taylor "totally approved" of Kanye's line about her in his "Famous" song, and a month later Snapchatted a phone conversation between the musicians discussing the controversial track. Swift, however, noted in an Instagram message about the incident, posted in July, that Kanye never told her he was going to use the phrase "that b**ch" when referencing her.
"If it were up to Kanye, it all would probably never have come out. He can handle it, he has no hard feelings," Kim explains. "He doesn’t even really care. I just wanted to protect my husband. I saw him getting a lot of sh**."
The mother of two adds, "It wasn’t even about a look or anything, or to have this feud -- it was like, 'OK, here’s the truth.' Done. Let's all move on. I feel like I don't want to talk about her anymore."
While Kim is tired of talking about Taylor, she is open to chatting how she came to be one of the most famous reality stars in the world. Kim says she wanted to be on TV after watching the first season of MTV's The Real World while in grade school. "I was like, 'Oh, my God, that’s what I want to do,'" she recalls.
She later befriended Simple Life's Paris Hilton, and jokes that she wasn't as big of a partyer as her pal. "I just thank God for my rhinestone Sidekick," Kim quips. "I would sit there checking MySpace all the time. They probably thought I was so boring."
When ET spoke with Kim back when she had just graduated 8th grade, she was very ready for the limelight. "Does everyone get a tape of this?" the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star asked. "I hope you do so you can see me when I'm famous and remember me as this beautiful little girl!"