In the movie, Kim plays a matchmaker with a talent for lining up love for billionaires — and for dropping one-liners. While it's a role that could have been out of Kim's wheelhouse, costar Robbie Jones thought she pulled it off.
"She's a great person and a wonderful personality," said Robbie. "She was amazing and I think a lot of people were really surprised with her work because she really held her own and she really brought it home. And she was really funny and I think she did a fantastic job."
Kim's casting in the movie was met with some scrutiny by critics and fans of Tyler Perry movies across the board, but the writer/director stands by his decision.
"I believe that my films speak from the inside out," Tyler said in a statement on his website in December. "Why wouldn't Kim Kardashian be invited into a film about faith, forgiveness and the healing power of God? What is wrong with that?"