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Kim Kardashian's Dubai episode airs

Reality star tweets praise for Dubai as episode featuring UAE airs in the US

  • By Kelly Crane, Senior Reporter
  • Published: 13:35 January 9, 2012
  • Gulf News

Kim Kardashian
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  • Kim Kardashian caused a media frenzy when she opened the first ever international Millions of Milkshakes store at The Dubai Mall in October.

It's official: Kim Kardashian is missing Dubai.

The reality star tweeted to her 12.4 million followers on Sunday night during the US airing of Kourtney and Kim Take New York, which features the UAE.

The show is the seventh episode of the second season and Kim was quick to praise Dubai as it hit television screens across the US.

"I miss Dubai! Such good memories! Need to go back soon! Thanks @sheerazhasan for taking us!" she wrote, referring to her business partner who facilitated the trip.

Kardashian caused a media frenzy when she opened the first ever international Millions of Milkshakes store at The Dubai Mall in October.

Fans of the show were treated to some exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of Kim's visit to Dubai where she enjoyed a visit to the Burj Khalifa and The Dubai Mall as well as a camel ride, shopping in some of the cities hot spots and soaking up the sun at Atlantis, The Palm.

The Kourtney and Kim Take New York show, which airs in over 150 countries around the world began airing in the UAE on the E! channel on January 1, which means the Dubai episode, the seventh in the season, will likely air February 12.

So far the story has portrayed the difficulties Kardashian and hubby Kris Humphries have experienced from the very beginning of their marriage, faced with living with Kourney, her boyfriend Scott Disick and their son Mason in a New York suite. Kardashian and Humphries fight about closet space and the basketballer's need to train - which sends him back home to Minnesota at the end of the first episode. Kardashian follows him there in episode 2, begging him to return to New York.

Meanwhile following the airing of the Dubai episode, Humphries tweeted "I can't wait for the truth to come out. People will be surprised or maybe they won't. #FCC", an apparent reference to the US television regulator the Federal Communications Commission.

Episodes screen Sunday nights at 10.25pm, with repeats throughout the week.

 

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