Like, oh my God, is there is anything that those Kardashian/Jenner girls don't do? They are like, designers and writers, and they like are so fashionable. It's no surprise that fifteen-year-old Kylie Jenner and seventeen-year-old Kendall Jenner are following in their older sisters' footsteps when it comes to branding. After all, like, look at who their mother is!
While the Jenner girls are no strangers to clothing lines (they have their own with PacSun) and the latest fads (embarrassingly, I follow them on Twitter…and not for this gig–although I suppose that should be my excuse!), both sisters want to do things their own way. They don't want to be compared to their Kardashian kounterparts. Hey, can you blame them? However, Kendall and Kylie admit that they would be open to a klothing kollaboration with sister Kim'sbaby daddyKanye West.
Meanwhile, the sharks ate the Hollywood Exes alive, as only 667,000 viewers bothered to tune in. Hollywood Exes has two problems in my opinion. One – too much competition on Sunday. The show should move back to Wednesday. Two – viewers are over the Andrea Kelly and Jessica Canseco drama.
Finally, Princesses: Long Island finished their first (hopefully last) season on a higher note, with 899,000 viewers. Even the sharks swam away from this hot mess in search of something less irritating. Princesses Long Island's season average was 889,300.
Is Kanye West planning to buy Elvis Presley'sGraceland?
Every once in a while there's a rumor that you know has a .001% chance of being true, but it's just too funny to pass up. And we could all use a story that isn't related to the Real Housewives of New Jersey, right?
The latest crazy Kim Kardashian/Kanye West gossip is that Kanye is considering putting in an offer to buy Graceland. I realize their new mansion is still under renovation, but I'm highly doubting this one. Here's the scoop:
Just call them the queens of tease. Ever since the birth of Kim Kardashian's daughter, North, was born in June, the family has let speculation over baby photos, first appearances and the like run wild.
The madness started when photos of North (still not convinced that this is the name they're sticking with) hit the internet, with the family quickly denying that they were the real photos. They claimed Kim sent out several "fake" pics to see which of her friends would betray her and try to sell them. Why send them at all, then? Just don't let anyone see her until your million dollar deal is done.
Next we heard rumblings that North would make her debut on Kris Jenner's new talk show, a rumor Kris played coy with for weeks. On the premiere of the show she faked out the viewers by bringing a swaddled infant on set at the end of the show, finally revealing that it was NOT granddaughter North, but the child of a staff member.
You know that scene in Ghost when Whoopi Goldberg's character looks at Demi Moore and says, "Molly. You in danger, girl"? I picture something like that happening when I think of the recent Kardashian drama…only in my head, Kim Kardashian is Molly and the part of Oda Mae Brown is played by auto-tuned Jonathan Cheban. Why? Because Kim was in danger earlier this week!
A foolish paparazzo tried to sneak onto Kris Jenner'sproperty Monday, and the mother-daughter duo retaliated in a flurry of cell phone footage and hashtags. Hashtags? I hope she has a permit for those!
Sister Wives debuted on Sunday night and is off to a strong start with 2.5 million. We're still planning to cover it, but most likely not until next week due to technical difficult difficulties this week!
K Popstarz is weighing in on the brash Ms. William's opinion on VH1's totally scripted hit…and it's not a nice one! Wendy allegedly said, "First of all Rasheeda, you and Kirk are ratchet for drumming up this story line, right here. Okay? Cuz you know what you're doing, cuz Stevie and my Puerto Rican princess, Joseline [Hernandez], were the popular couple. And you and your husband, or whatever you wanna call that animal, you all did this as a plot to get popular on that show. It's a shame what people will do to stay on this reality tv."
Comparing the show to Keeping up with the Kardashians, Wendy continued, "This is worse than the Kardashians. This is got to be the most ratchet [of] all reality shows on tv. It is disgusting but I cannot stop watching. Let me just say this. None of you all call, I don't want you to come on the show. It's just that I do watch, but you're not suitable guest(s) for the show, except for you my Puerto Rican princess Joseline."