We have a new photo roundup of reality stars out and about – including poor North West, whose parents claim to want privacy for her, but then put her front row at Fashion Week…again. Nori got her payback last night at Kanye West’s big Adidas runway show, where she sat like a good Kim Kardashian daughter-bot for a few minutes (see above) and then threw a toddler tantrum right next to poor Beyonce and Anna Wintour (see below).
Other reality stars were out and about for New York Fashion Week, too, like Cynthia Baileyhitting the runway for “Go Red Dress For Women.” Kristen Taekman took in the shows, as well as La La Anthony.
I think we all can agree that no one is in Benzino’s corner like this gal. I’m his biggest fan. I’m a champion of those with no neck on which to balance their head. I believe that he’s a catch who needs to be appreciated for the complex man that he is. Don’t judge me.
The former Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star seems like a stand up character compared to his friends and co-stars, but No-Neck seems to be racking up the arrests lately. It doesn’t look good when the show’s voice of reason keeps finding himself in handcuffs. I’m not going to say Mona was hasty in firing him from the upcoming season, but I’m guessing she is kicking herself from missing the opportunity to get all of Zino’s legal woes on film for ratings.
Steve says that Kandi and Todd seem to be one of the realest reality couples. Kandi says that a lot of people worry before the new season about what they’re storyline will be, etc, but they don’t. “We just put our life out there, we’re not secretive, we don’t try to hide things or portray ourselves a certain way. Because I don’t think people like that anyway. I think people relate to you more when you just give them your normal life. We all go through the same things.” Todd says “we have real issues.”
Kim Kardashian has always been one for revealing details, but does she go too far in a new LOVE Magazine interview – where she also poses for a heavily photoshopped FULL FRONTAL?
Proving there’s no amount of attention Kim is not above seeking (as if we didn’t know that already) the eternal Keeping Up With The Kardashians star spills all about her urination malfunctions, her favorite sexy times, how she is a boon to the economy, and reminisces about that sex tape!
Below are some juicy quotes from the article, where Kim was interviewed by model Cara Delevingne, as well as photos, and also photos of Kim trotting her favorite accessory North around! This version comes in a toddler-sized fur quote.
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About the moments immediately after Brandi left the mixer, Lisa shared, “Kyle was extremely agitated, upset, and reacting to the volatility and giving unnecessary credence to the spiteful remark made about Mauricio. I have told her and chastised her to stop even investing in the jabs Brandi takes at her marriage. They are as irrelevant as she is at this point.” (So true!) “I ignore Kyle‘s nonsensical retort towards me, when I state that I understood, as I had been a recipient of her negativity myself.”
Joining a reality show is often like opening Pandora’s Box. And Natalie Guercio has learned this first hand! She hasn’t had an easy time since joining Mob Wives – she’s fought with co-stars, had her boyfriend’s face slashed, and her personal life and mothering insulted. Now Natalie admits she might be done with the show, but she does share that the show has some positives.
One of the biggest struggles for Natalie, aside from dealing with her standoffish co-stars, was the preconceived notions people had about her, but luckily she was bolstered by hometown support. “A lot of people at home they’re happy for me, because it’s somebody from their hometown that made it on TV,” she shares.
Natalie, who moved from Philly to Staten Island to participate in Mob Wives, says even getting an apartment willing to allow filming was a challenge! “They didn’t want us there. They didn’t want the cameras there,” she recounts. “They would Google the show, they would Google me and it’s like, what the hell – it’s like a job! There’s a law in New York you can’t hold somebody accountable for their legal paying job.”