Kim Kardashian West Offers 'People v. O.J. Simpson' Casting Critique & Tips for Taking the Perfect Selfie
<p>Kim Kardashian West -- <a href="/articles/news/magazine-feature/7525611/kim-kardashian-west-kanye-tv-music" target="_blank">Billboard&#39;s current cover star</a> -- is obviously a huge TV and pop culture star, but she&#39;s also a huge TV fan.&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a href="/articles/news/magazine-feature/7525611/kim-kardashian-west-kanye-tv-music" target="_blank"><strong>TV &amp; Music Issue: How Kim Kardashian West Went From Reality TV Queen to Pop Culture Rock Star</strong></a></p> <p>Discussing a variety of topics with Billboard in a sit-down video interview, Kim talks about singing in the shower with North West, loving <em>Empire</em> and watching TV in real time so she can tweet with her fans. She also offers up her take on Ryan Murphy&#39;s Emmy-winning <em>The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story</em>, which featured <em>Friends&#39;</em> David Schwimmer as her late father, Robert Kardashian, Sr.&nbsp;</p> <p>&quot;I thought it was cast really well,&quot; Kardashian West says. &quot;But you&#39;re your own biggest critic, so I didn&rsquo;t think the kids were really accurate.&quot;</p> <p>The series, which won 9 Emmys, featured several scenes with the Kardashian&nbsp;children, including one that seemed to imply that the family&#39;s interest in celebrity was piqued by the O.J. Simpson trial.&nbsp;</p>

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