loading...

18 November 2019 00:40

Poundland Engagement ring Emily Atack

emily atack

I'm A Celebrity host Emily Atack shares intimate snap from bed before launch show

Over the years, Kardashian has been basking in fame and fortune and gained worldwide notoriety all thanks to her quick rise to stardom. Now that she has literally conquered social media and reality television, it's hard for many of us to image a time when Kardashian and her family weren't famous. While the Kardashian name has a lot to with her fame, would KoKo still be a well-known celebrity had she'd not become a reality star? Before she was a reality star, Kardashian worked in a boutique Before she became one of the biggest reality stars in the world, Kardashian was just an ordinary boutique worker who dreamed of one day making it big in the entertainment industry. Back in 2006, Kardashian, along with her two sisters Kim and Kourtney, founded the clothing and accessory chain, DASH.

adam thomas

After opening their first store in Calabasas, the reality star became busy running the business which was her main focus at that time. After seeing her sister, Kim Kardashian, bask in her newfound fame following the release of her infamous sex tape, Khloé knew that she wanted to have that same lifestyle. While she probably wasn't down with making a sex tape like her sister, Kardashian desperately wanted to do photoshoots and attend A-list events for a living. Once 2007 rolled around, the Kardashian family landed their reality show and KoKo finally started getting the exposure she's always wanted. Although Kardashian has always wanted to be famous, many of us can't help but wonder what her life would be like today had she not become a reality star?

kourtney kardashian

If her family hadn't landed their reality show, we can easily guess that Kardashian would have continued running the DASH stores as well as their other clothing shop, Smooch. While she probably would have still tried to get her big break in the entertainment industry, the clothing stores would have taken up a lot of Kardashian's time, forcing her to put her dreams and ambitions of being a celebrity on the back burner. This would have allowed Kardashian to be more hands on with the expansion of the boutique and she probably would still be running the clothing stores today. In addition to being a boutique owner, we can also assume that Kardashian would have eventually launched her Good American line seeing as though having a denim brand has always been a dream of hers. All in all, Kardashian's life wouldn't have turned out too differently had she not become a reality star.

kim kardashian

While she probably wouldn't have been as wealthy as she is today, we know for a fact that she still would have been extremely success in life. Emily Atack is about to start work on the I'm a Celebrity... spin-off, and she made sure she got an early night before the big day. The actress turned TV presenter, 29, took to her Instagram stories to share an intimate snap of herself before she got her head down for a good night's sleep. Showing off her natural beauty, Emily went completely makeup free for the stunning selfie.

khloé kardashian

Emily captioned the photo: "5pm bedtime for me. (Image: Instagram) Emily has replaced Scarlett Moffatt as one of the hosts of the I'm A Celeb sister show. She will co-present Extra Camp with comedian Joel Dommett and soap star Adam Thomas. The trio have all starred in I'm A Celeb; Emily last year and Joel and Adam in 2016. It is the first year Adam and Emily will host the show but Joel started in 2017.

free battle

Emily came runner-up to King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp last year, winning over fans across the nation with her natural honesty and attempts to flirt through the camera with Harry's son Jamie Redknapp. Get the biggest Daily News stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email returns to our screens tonight with a fresh set of famous faces set to swap their luxurious lifestyle for a stint in the Australian jungle. Last year's runner-up Emily Atack has returned to Oz but this time to present ITV2 spin-off show Extra Camp. The actress, 29, has replaced Scarlett Moffatt as host of the I'm A Celeb sister show. Former contestants Joel Dommett and Adam Thomas are also on presenting duties this year alongside Emily. The Inbetweeners star has taken to her Instagram page to share her excitement ahead of her Extra Camp debut. Emily posted a snap of herself in bed on her Instagram storying with the caption: "5pm bedtime for me. The return to the Aussie jungle has been an emotional one for Emily, bringing back memories of her time in the campsite last year. Winning the nation's heart, she was almost crowned Jungle Queen last winter, but her co-star Harry Redknapp beat her to the punch. (Image: Emily Atack/Instagram) Emily has been making most of the Aussie rays and posted a picture of herself sunbathing wearing a chic yellow bikini with white pinstripes. (Image: emilyatackofficial /Instagram) Emily and her co-presenter Adam, 31, who competed with her alongside Joel, 33, for the jungle crown in 2018, also took part in filming on Saturday. I'm A Celeb: Extra Camp returns to ITV2 tonight straight after the main show on ITV. I'm A Celebrity returns to ITV tonight at 9pm followed by I'm A Celeb: Extra Camp on ITV2 at 10.45pm Get the biggest I'm a Celebrity stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Kate Garraway and Jacqueline Jossa went to extreme lengths to protect their hair from insects after being dumped into the rough Snake Rock camp on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! The ladies were lumbered with a life without luxury alongside fellow contestants reality star Caitlyn Jenner, rugby legend James Haskell, comedian Andrew Maxwell, and football pundit Ian Wright after missing out on the chance to win a spot in the main camp. The celebrities were shown to their new home in the Australian outback and were horrified to see they had no beds waiting for them. Faced with a night of sleeping rough on the jungle floor, Kate and Jac found a novel use for their underwear - using it as a hair nets to ensure they wouldn't have insects nesting in their locks. Kate took on a stiff upper lip as she faced a ninth of sleeping rough and having to endure basic rations alongside her fellow campmates. "At the moment, there's a really good team spirit and everyone is very much together," she insisted. The Rough Camp team," she added. Meanwhile, follow contestants Capital FM DJ Roman Kemp and Rak Su singer Myles Stephenson, and Girls Aloud babe Nadine Coyle and Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts earlier became the power pairs - meaning they were treated to living in the normal camp with beds and an abundance of food. A food sack was delivered to the camp, with Roman commenting: "I've seen this moment on the telly for many years and I had to make sure I was the one to stand up and receive the bag."