Another day, another lawsuit seems to be the mantra for the Kardashian family, but this one actually ends with the little guy prevailing. Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe's cosmetics line Khroma Beauty is being renamed after a Florida based make-up line won its trademark dispute with the reality family.
The business called Kroma Makeup was seeking $10 million in damages, but instead Kroma is rebranding itself as Kardashian Beauty. The sisters' products have already been produced and are ready to hit the shelves, but plans have been put on hold due to the massive relabeling.
This is the true story…of seven strangers…picked to live in a house/casino/fire station/fish market…and have their lives taped…as they concoct fabulous new culinary delights. Wait, what?
MTV is getting back to its roots…no, the network isn't going back to actually playing music, but it will be revamping the Real World genre with a culinary take–and it's casting now. Are you ready to apply?
A woman has recently come forward to share that she and Kroy were an item when he first started dating Kim. Are we seeing a pattern here? Of course, Kim has no time for this nonsense and is already on the defensive regarding her union to Kroy.
So I have two very exciting things to announce! First, it's Friday! Thank goodness for that small favor, right? And second, it seems that the Robertson family has settled their salary disputes with A&E because Willie just shared that the fabulous family will be back for a fourth season of Duck Dynasty!
I can barely contain my glee. Another season of Si? More episodes of Jase mocking his brother? Countless life lessons from Phil? A plethora of warehouse hijinx? It's going to be amazing.
Apparently, having all the money you want, the reality fame you desire, and the plastic surgery you covet isn't always easy for housewives of the Bravo franchise. Just ask Real Housewives of Miami'sLisa Hochstein who is still battling it out with a preservationist society over her Florida dream home. The grass isn't always greener, y'all!
While the majority of her face and body is fake, I think Lisa's personality is as real and as sweet as it gets for these shows. She and her surgeon husband have been at odds with local groups regarding a house on Star Island, and I feel badly that she's being put through the wringer to keep the home they've purchased.
I know what you're all thinking, and we're totally on the same page. It's been far too long since we've had the pleasure of watching Kody Brown's hair blow in the wind as he traverses the roads of Nevada in his nifty convertible.
Oh Laura Govan, please try to do everything you can to stay slightly relevant in light of the rumored cancelation of Basketball Wives: LA. The former reality star is posing for a photo shoot where she sets a wedding dress on fire in a symbolic protest regarding society's views on single women being less important than married women. Ohhhh, deep!
Of course, Laura is engaged to NBA player Gilbert Arenas who is the father of her four children, so she's kind of straddling the fence between single and married while trying to raise awareness about how flammable satin is women's roles.
He and partner Peta Murgatroyd competed for eight weeks on the show, but Monday they found themselves at the bottom of the leader board thanks to a measly 42 out of possible 60 points for his dancing. It's all good though, because now Sean will have more time to spend with the girl he will spend the rest of his life with his fiance Catherine Giudici.