Kim Kardashian isn't the only celebrity who has been diagnosed with psoriasis. She is just the latest.
It turns out there are other Hollywood beauties have been living with the skin condition.
Let's see, Kardashian's mother Kris Jenner also has from psoriasis, a common disease that causes cells to build up quickly on the surface of the skin, forming itchy, red patches.
Kim found out she had the skin disease on Sunday night's episode of E!'s Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
"People don't understand the pressure on me to look perfect," Kim Kardashian said on the show. "When I gain a pound it's in the headlines. Imagine what the tabloids would do to me if they saw all these spots!"
The diagnosis came as she was preparing for a video shoot. She also has a wedding coming up.
But Kim isn't alone.
LeAnn Rimes also spoke of her battle with psoriasis, which covers more than 80 percent of her body.
Rimes told Shape magazine that she hid the disease for years, but has learned to manage the symptoms. She does this through maintaining healthy lifestyle and proper treatment.
"I've had it since I was two and it's always been a huge burden and something that I've battled and still battle," Rimes said in the Shape magazine interview. "I hid it my whole life. I pretty much got it under control by finding the right dermatologist and right treatment in the last five years."
Once she finally got it under control, Rimes began talking about the disease.
"What Not to Wear" host Stacy London also has said she suffers from psoriasis, and was diagnosed when she was 4 years old. London is became a spokeswoman for the National Psoriasis Foundation's Psoriatic Arthritis Total approach to Health, or PATH, program. This program gives tips on improving health and living positively.
London told OK! magazine she used humor to cope with the disease.
"I really tried to be funny," London said. "I think that's what made me constructively critical of other people. I know what's cruel and what isn't, and I am very, very clear about that line. And there were people who could laugh with me and make fun of having a disorder with me, that I loved because I got it. I got the fact that they were accepting of me even when they were joking with me, and that's different then somebody being cruel."
Even models get the disease too.
CariDee English, the 2006 "America's Next Top Model" champion, also have psoriasis. She was diagnosed at age 5, according to Yahoo! Omg!
English's mother also suffers from the skin condition.
According to the National Psoriasis Foundation, the disease is often misdiagnosed as a rash, ringworm or other skin irritation, such as eczema. But psoriasis is the most common autoimmune disease in the country, affecting as many as 7.5 million Americans, according to the foundation.
Psoriasis puts millions at increased risk for other health conditions such as heart disease, heart attack, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity and depression. Up to 30 percent of people with psoriasis develop psoriatic arthritis, which causes painful swelling of the joints, according to the foundation.
Watch Kim reveals she has psoriasis here: