Kardashian Christmas Card Features Photoshopped Khloe and Lamar Odom

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterDecember 19, 2012

Photo Credit: E! News
Photo Credit: E! News

Another year, another Kardashian Family Christmas Card consumes a great deal of the Internet discourse. This year, we get a treat in knowing some of the biggest names are photoshopped. 

I know. What is there to believe in now?

Many of you—and by many, I mean all of you—have seen the latest Kardashian holiday card, complete with a festive showing from a bunch of people who are rich and famous by being recorded while being rich and famous. 

Every year it gives fans who love the family a chance to bask in their glory, and for those who vilify the fam, a chance to pan their efforts. 

We are here to inform that a good part of the latest cards have been touched up, going so far as to Photoshop in Clippers zaftig forward Lamar Odom

Khloe Kardashian, the new judge on X-Factor, dished to E! News the fact all were not present at last year's, as well as this year's, photoshoot. 

Here is the 2012 Christmas card for the scant few who have not seen it. 

Kardashian delivers the harsh realities while on an episode of Ellen which will air on Wednesday. It seems that she, her husband Lamar Odom, sister Kendall Jenner and Scott Disick were all added digitally later for the 2012 version. 

Here is last year's photo, one that both Khloe and Lamar were added to later with the powers of Photoshop. 

As for an explanation, it's rather simple, via the interview. 

I have to be Photoshopped in...We pretend that we're always together. The powers of cameras and Photoshop.

As for the 2011 card, "That one we were all in but Lamar was photoshopped...because he had a game. It's hard with his NBA schedule. Damn men with a career!"

As for Odom, you can see him making cameos for the Clippers this season, averaging 3.2 points per game. 

I'm thinking he should have just showed up for the photoshoot. 

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