No way. Really? Apparently, someone must have finally gotten through to Kendra Wilkinson, because here she is telling People magazine that she has no talent.
“I never ever see myself as a celebrity or famous so I poke fun at that,” the reality star told People while hosting MGM Grand’s Wet Republic pool party on Friday. “I just say what I do. I have no talent. I have nothing to offer.” Wilkinson, who pranced around her VIP cabana in a white bikini and blue see-through cover-up, said she appreciates her status as a reality star on Kendra but doesn’t take it for granted. “I live my life on TV – it’s like a home video,” Wilkinson, 26, says of the show, which documents her life with husband Hank Baskett and their son Hank IV. “I’m very aware of what I do and I’m very aware of how quickly my career could end. Every season I cross my fingers and hope the show gets picked up but it’s out of my hands and in my fans’ hands.”
Here’s the thing: it’s fantastic that Kendra is self-aware. Great for her. That being said, if you went to a hospital and the first thing your doctor said was “I have no medical expertise whatsoever, but I’m cheap so why not take a chance on me?” You probably wouldn’t use them. If you’re in the entertainment business, it should be because you have some sort of talent or ability to entertain people. If you knowingly have zero talent yet still expect people to pay you for having no talent, you’re doing it wrong.