Outspoken, vivacious and the family's certified queen of sass, Khloé Kardashian was the breakout star of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" (E!, 2007- ), a reality television show following her extended family - including that of her older sister, notorious socialite Kim - and their over-the-top Hollywood lifestyle. The series documented Kardashian's day-to-day life, from the mundane (shopping or arguing with one or both of her sisters) to scandalous (going to jail for violating a DUI probation). She cleaned up her act after a brief stint behind bars and became a proponent of women's body image issues, homosexuality and animal rights, proving herself over time to be the deepest and quickest wit of the three glamorous sisters. She also starred with sister Kourtney on the "Keeping Up" spin-off series, "Kourtney & Khloé Take Miami" (E!, 2009-2013) and hosted her own radio talk show "Khloe after Dark." Yet with the cameras following her every move, it was Kardashian's high-profile 2009 wedding to NBA star Lamar Odom - only a month after they began dating - that finally pushed the youngest Kardashian sister out from under her older siblings' shadows and transformed her from a foul-mouthed party girl to a young and savvy lady.