In a recently released outtake from Khloe & Lamar, shown above, Kim Kardashian detailed her plans to become mayor of Glendale, California. Scarily enough, it even sounds like she's put more than two minutes of thought into it, too. First, she'll buy a house in Glendale so she can be considered a resident, then she'll campaign, then she'll win. If all goes according to plan, she'll rule over the city "in, like, five years."
Don't start worrying yet, though, according to the Glendale News-Press, it's highly unlikely that we'll be seeing Kardashian 2017.
Problem: Glendale does not elect its mayor. The largely ceremonial post is decided among the five City Council members on an annual basis — an indication that the Kardashian famous for her curves, pop drama and occasional visit to Carousel restaurant in downtown Glendale may need to brush up on the city she says she wants to represent.
“It’s going to require a little bit of homework and not simply relying on a perceived base of support,” said the city’s elected clerk, Ardy Kassakhian, who runs municipal elections.
Councilman Ara Najarian on Tuesday went so far as to offer the role of “honorary chief of staff” to assist with Kardashian’s education on all things Glendale, from funding for public services to business and residential issues.
“You don’t just drop into this job, you need to do a little research and acclimatization,” said Najarian, who also serves as a board director for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
So, yeah, no need to flee to Canada just yet.