Kim Kardashian: "I Did Not Make an Engagement Bet With Reggie!"

Celebrity News Jan. 19, 2010 AT 9:37AM
Kim Kardashian: "I Did Not Make an Engagement Bet With Reggie!" Credit: Lester Cohen/WireImage.com

And the next Kardashian to the altar is...Kim? Nope!

Kim Kardashian is slamming reports from the New York Post and other outlets reported that she made a marital bet with her longtime boyfriend Reggie Bush. The paper said that Kardashian, 29, recently said in a radio interview that she and Bush, 24, made a deal: if Bush's New Orleans Saints win the Super Bowl, he'll ask her to marry him.

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"This is not true," Kardashian said on her blog.

The reality star explained: "I never made any kind of bet. A radio interviewer asked what I dreamed for in 2010 and I was hesitant and thinking about it and they said what about ring said yes, a Superbowl ring for Reggie. Then they said that if he gets a Superbowl ring, I get an engagement and I said 'ok deal!' LOL."

"This was taken way out of context, Kardashian adds. "I just wanted to clear that up!"

In the midst of a winning season, the Saints are now one game away from potentially playing the Super Bowl.

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The couple, who've been dating for over two years, got back together in late September 2009 after announcing a "break" in July.

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"They took a few months off and couldn't be apart," a source told UsMagazine.com. "The time away was needed so that they could figure out what their priorities were." Another motivator for Kim? Sister Khloe's lavish, sudden wedding to Lamar Odom. "The wedding made [Kim] miss [Reggie], so she flew to see him," a pal told E! News.

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Kardashian, who's recently slimmed down, revealed that her new fitness regimen is a big turn-on for her athlete boyfriend. "I've been setting my alarm, getting up and going to the gym," she says. "That, to him, is sexy!"

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