The Don't Be Tardy star has apparently been hiding the pregnancy because she's probably brokering some big announcement with a tabloid. Hot on the heels of the news, The Daily Mail captured Kim allegedly smoking while sporting a noticeable baby bump during a recent vacation with her family.
Kandi, who sympathizes with all of us in declaring the song a national embarrassment, wants it permanently removed from the airways. But Kim, whodoesn't exactly have a job (except makin' babies!), is fighting to keep it on iTunes claiming she has already "over-paid" Kandi for her services and that Kandi isn't even the real songwriter. We know that's a lie!
What are we going to do without Basketball Wives: LA? Well, you can get your fill of Draya Michele tonight…and she may be addressing some recent Twitter backlash which will give you flashbacks to Jackie Christie and her Google skills circa season one! Y'all remember her tiny little arrest for child endangerment that happened years ago, right?
Sister2Sister shares that Draya's past motherhood mistakes are coming back to haunt her once again thanks to BET. The network's 106 & Park will be hosting Draya on Thursday's show, and it encouraged fans to tweet questions to the reality star with the hashtag #Ask Draya.
You can always count on Brandi Glanville to bring the LOLs to reality drama. She bounced back from a very public divorce with ex Eddie Cibrian after he cheated on her with former country star LeAnn Rimes. When Eddie and LeAnn wed, Brandi allowed herself to indulge in some petty behavior and public feuding, but now she just lets her unfiltered mouth and brash humor fight her battles for her.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star recently donated $500 to Kim Smiley, the teacher who is being sued by LeAnn for cyber-bullying her on Twitter and subsequently recording a phone call with the singer–after LeAnn called her to discuss proper fan Twitter etiquette. The money goes towards the defense of the lawsuit. That's quite a way to get back at the woman who touts herself a fertile bonus mom to whatever media outlet will listen!
Three television producers, Charles W. Malcolm, Jake P. Hall, and Denny O'Neil Jr., have filed a lawsuit with the Los Angeles Superior Court against Tori and Dean's Life in a Bowl Productions, OxygenMedia, and two other production companies.
They're asking for $60 million for theft of their idea, unfair business practices, and more. Apparently, Tori and Dean's sTORIbook Weddings is "uncannily similar" to a show they previously pitched to Oxygen, titled Wedding Rescue.