Amber Rose talks 'Slut Walk,' Kardashians, new talk show

- Model and neo-feminist Amber Rose says her new late night talk show, 'The Amber Rose Show' will be "very sexy."

The show debuts Friday, June 17 at 11 p.m. on VH1.

"We talk about just about anything. Anything that you might be into. It's a no-judgment zone. We encourage our audience to chime in. They ask me and Dr. Chris Donahue sex and relationship questions. We just give them the best advice we possibly can," said Rose.

The Philadelphia native teamed up with TV psychiatrist Dr. Phil McGraw to create the show.

"Dr. Phil totally gets my movement. It's an unlikely pairing but we're both in the business of helping people. We just do it in different ways. He loves me," said Rose.

Her "movement" is Rose's annual "Slut Walk." Four-thousand women showed up last year. This year's event takes place Oct. 1.

"It's an event that I put on for women who have been raped, sexually assaulted. (It's about) double standards, equality, issues we deal with as women. The reason we call it a "Slut Walk" is because a woman from Toronto was sexually assaulted on a college campus. She went to the authorities and the police officers went to the school and said you 'girls can't expect to be dressing like sluts and expect not to get assaulted.' Instead of blaming the guy who did it, they blamed her. It was completely wrong. I decided to use my platform," said Rose.

Feminists from all walks of life attended last year's event.

"It was really cool to hear everyone's story," said Rose.

One thing fans won't be hearing from Rose-- ex-girlfriend of rapper Kanye West-- is about West's wife and her family.

"I don't have a relationship with the Kardashians. I'm not talking about Kim. This is about my show on VH1," said Rose.

But will she consider having any of the reality TV stars on her show?

"No," said Rose.

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