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Khloe Kardashian banned from giving Kim's wedding speech

Khloe Kardashian was banned from giving a speech at Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding because she rambles too much.

The reality star and her family headed to Florence, Italy, in May 2014 for Kim and Kanye's lavish marriage ceremony, but Khloe was not allowed to toast their nuptials with a speech at the reception.


"I did get banned from speaking at Kim and Kanye's wedding," she says on The Late Late Show with James Corden. "I wasn't allowed to give a speech because I tend to just ramble and I think I'm giving a compliment but maybe I'm not saying the right thing...


"So at the wedding Kim was like, 'Well you can't give a speech at the wedding.' I was like, 'OK,' so I got banned."


To make matters worse, the rapper, who is known for his rambling speeches and lengthy rants, was given a large amount of time to talk to guests over the microphone, and he teased Khloe because he knew how much she wanted to speak.


"And then Kanye was giving his speech and was like, 'Khlo, I know you want the mic.' He was like taunting me. I was like, 'One ranter to another ranter, I wanted that mic,'" she adds.


She was being interviewed alongside actor Josh Duhamel, who said, "They let Kanye speak before they let you speak?" and Khloe replied, "It was his wedding, he had to do what he wanted."


She then revealed Kanye made the most of his time with the microphone, and joked, "His speech was epic and went on for like 45 minutes."


During the interview, she also talked about TV show American Crime Story: The People V. O.J. Simpson, which focuses on the 1995 murder trial of the former football player, who was defended by the Khloe's late lawyer father Robert. Khloe has reservations about the series, in which David Schwimmer portrays her father, because of some alleged inaccuracies. As an example, she explains, "When O.J. was contemplating suicide it was in my room, not Kim's room... They're sort of sensationalising the Kardashian name in it, I think, to bring a younger audience in."