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Kim Kardashian says she’s hooked on ‘Long Island Medium’

Kim Kardashian West, at left, in Los Angeles.

Kim Kardashian West, at left, in Los Angeles. Theresa Caputo, at right, pictured in her Hicksville home. Photo Credit: Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP; Jennifer S. Altman/For Newsday

Reality-TV star Kim Kardashian gave a shout-out Sunday to a fellow reality-TV star, mentalist Theresa Caputo of “Long Island Medium.”

“I know I’m so late but I just got hooked on Long Island Medium. I’m binge watching. Is this show still on the air?” tweeted Kardashian, 37, of E!’s “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” Makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic tweeted back, “What?? She’s the best. Went to dinner with her and she did a [séance-type] reading on my [late] mom. We were all in tears,” prompting Kardashian to reply, “Wait did she come to our master class in NYC? I am obsessed with her!” Dedivanovic holds makeup workshops with Kardashian in various cities.

The Hicksville born-and-bred Caputo, who is in her early 50s, responded to Kardashian’s question with mutual admiration. “Ditto,” she tweeted. “My daughter and I were at the LA master class and we loved it! So happy you found Long Island Medium new season starts April 8th on @TLC,” she added, promoting the show’s upcoming 11th season.

As last season was ending, Caputo and her husband, Larry Caputo, announced they were separating after nearly three decades. They have two children, Larry and Victoria, both in their 20s. The marital stress will be part of the storyline on the new season of the show.

Neither Caputo’s manager nor cable network TLC responded to Newsday requests for comment.

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