After suffering from a long illness, Scott Disick's mom Bonnie Disick passed away at the age of 63.
The Kardashian family kept the news quiet, (for the first time in history). Scott's mom died on October 28th and Kourtney and Scott flew to NY for the funeral on October 30th. Scott was an only child and reportedly was a very close to his parents.
I find it odd that they will share every teeny tiny detail of their lives, but when something "real real" happens, they keep it hush hush. Maybe it shows that there are some pieces of Scott's life that he keeps off limits from mama Kris' exploitations in the media?
Yeezy is innocent, y'all. Well, maybe not innocent technically, but not guilty…at least according to him. Remember when the tiny rapper punched a member of the paparazzi in July while having his picture snapped at LAX? Well, the photographer Daniel Ramos finally had his day in court yesterday. How did that go? Let's just say that Kanye West may have interrupted his Honor to tell him that Judge Mathis is the best damn judge…
Okay, that totally didn't happen, but probably only because Kanye wasn't present in court. But if it did, Kanye would be correct!
Poor Kris Jenner wants everyone to know she's not the evil pimp momager we think she is!
Speaking to Joan Rivers on In Bed With Joan, Krisadmits to being devastated when the news of Kim Kardashian's sex tape with then-boyfriend Ray J leaked.
"I literally fell apart," the Keeping Up With The Kardashians mom admits. “I cried myself to sleep. I don't think anything can prepare you for something like that when it comes to your daughter."
Kris said that she withdrew for a few days before deciding to be strong for Kim and her whole family. And thus the Kardashian kingdom was born. Thank goodness for serendipity I suppose… "I'm somewhat a religious person – and I keep that to myself," Kris says. Lest you forget she owns a church… "So I live a certain way and I feel a certain way and I pray for my kids everyday. I'm so in love with my family life; and that hits me, you know, up the side of the head and I literally fell apart."
The reality TV viewer numbers for Sunday and Monday are in – and the Real Housewives of Atlanta are back with a bang! The season six premiere pulled in 3.108 million viewers. No doubt RHOA will remain Bravo's number one show.
The kouple who had all guests sign confidentiality agreements have now filed a lawsuit against Chad Hurley, a co-founder of YouTube who subsequently sold the venture to Google. Chad is the guy who recorded and leaked the vid of the Kimye proposal and uploaded to his newest video venture MixBit. He then tweeted it to nearly a million followers and issued a press release stating he had the video.
"Hurley proceeded to try to turn the event into one starring himself, broadcasting the images he knew were the exclusive property rights of someone else," the lawsuit filed by Kimye states according to TMZ.