To K or not to K? That is the kwestion that I seriously doubt anyone cares all that much about! As the entertainment world runs out of K names (both common and out of left field), we are now opening up the guessing game to the other twenty-five letters. That should allow the name withholding to continue through the end of the summer!
For a week, the world has been waiting with baited breath (cough, cough) to find out what Kim Kardashian and Kanye West will name their new addition. I'll bet they make the announcement on the day Princess Kate gives birth…
In a sneak peek of the premiere episode, Kim gets an ultrasound to find out her baby's gender. The interesting thing about the clip is that she's accompanied by her mom and sisters, Khloe and Kourtney, but not Kanye. Don't you think the baby's dad would want to be a part of this big event? Unless, as per usual with this faux show, they did find out together and taped a new scene without him just for the show's purposes.
Being a member of the the famous Jenner-Kardashian family may have its perks, but Kendall Jenner shares that the fame has its downside, too. She dishes with the new issue of Cosmopolitan about privacy and her future plans.
The Keeping up with the Kardashians star says that the toughest part for her is not getting a chance to experience the teen years in a normal way. “The show brought us everything we have, and I realize that, but sometimes I just want to be left alone and be a normal kid for like five minutes. That’s tough when the paparazzi are chasing you.”
Here's a question for you…given the opportunity, would you rather spend a day with the peeps from Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, engaging in their small town (and often gross) shenanigans or spend a week with those Kardashian Jenners, traveling to promotional gigs around the world and being treated to overpriced tiny rapper inspired wardrobes? I'll give you my answer later in this post.
The truth is, both families have their fair share of haters and media backlash, but they couldn't be more different. One group is constantly looking to increase its visibility and find more lucrative gigs, while the other dynamic happened to feed their five-year-old pixie sticks and enter her in pageants. Now, I am NOT condoning amping up a child on sugar and go-go juice so she can twirl around stage in a dress that costs more than your monthly income; however, one crew seeks out fame at every turn, and the other is dealing with the effects of having notoriety fall in their laps. It's not the same, I don't care how you spin it!