Katmandu or Kaleidoscope? Jimmy Kimmel threw Kim Kardashian an impromptu baby shower on Tuesday night's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live," complete with virgin mimosas, balloons and a book of baby names that start with "K."
The sisters stopped by to promote their show, "Kourtney and Kim Take Miami," but Kimmel couldn't help asking questions about the "Kimye" baby-to-be, and involving children in the family business.
"[The baby] is not going to be on our show," Kim said. "When he or she decides that's what they want to do, then that will be a decision."
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