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Kim Kardashian returns to Jersey shore

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Kim Kardashian and best friend Jonathan Cheban at Spicy Cantina in Seaside Heights, NJ. CREDIT: DANIEL NEE, BRICK PATCH Kim Kardashian and best friend Jonathan Cheban at Spicy Cantina in Seaside Heights, NJ. CREDIT: DANIEL NEE, BRICK PATCH

SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. (AP) - Kim Kardashian is playing Jersey shore tourist.

Kardashian and her friend, Jonathan Cheban, went on rides on the Casino Pier in Seaside Heights and stopped for frozen custard on Tuesday.

Her rep told the Asbury Park Press they were taping segments for the series "Kourtney & Khole Take the Hamptons." Her sisters have been spending the summer in the exclusive Long Island enclave.

Seaside Heights community improvements director Michael Graichen tells the newspaper he got a call from the producer and they want to tape Kardashian's sisters in August.

Police were called as more than 2,000 people gathered on the Seaside Heights boardwalk to catch a glimpse of Kardashian after she had dinner on Monday.

Seaside Heights was the setting for MTV's "Jersey Shore."

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