Last night’s Golden Globes—which we covered live!—were notable for yet more star worship than even the perpetually star-worshipping Globes usually get up to, and most of the stars were of a somewhat aging vintage. Awards went to practically anyone who might have been on People’s Most Intriguing People of 1998 list: Steven Spielberg for Read More
Republican candidate and Mormon Mitt Romney proved to audiences last night that he is still indeed, “with it” (as the kids’ say), after dissing President Barack Obama by comparing his campaign promises to the marriage vows of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries.
On a Monday night game in Washington D.C. against the Wizards, Kris Humphries, ex-husband of Kim Kardashian, was booed on the court every time he touched the ball, according to reports. He still managed to finish the game scoring 21 points for his team, including 16 rebounds.
Mr. Humphries, along with the Brooklyn Nets coach Avery Johnson, found the whole thing hilarious.
Kim Kardashian, back from Australia and on the West Coast, kept up her style of tweeting things the rest of the world is dying to know this Christmas. As in:
“Stephen, did you know that despite receiving a new iPhone for Christmas, Kim Kardashian finds people with two phones ‘shady’?”
“No, Robert, I had no idea!”
“Well, me neither!”
But she does.
The first thing you notice about Janetta Kardashian is that her name does not begin with the letter K. And the fact that she calls New York home–not in the way Kim Kardashian called the Gansevoort her home for a short while–but actually her home-home, where she owns a thrift shop in Midtown called NY Vintage Club.
What kind of Kardashian is she?
We were trying to make our way down 5th avenue this afternoon when traffic was literally stopped for ten minutes on 46th street. We paid our cabdriver and walked into the throng of people outside Barnes and Noble. Was it some sort of Occupy Wall Street protest of giant book corporations?
No, just two of the lesser Kardashians.
In her wedding chest, every little girl keeps cutouts of their perfect bridal dress. There’s the one that makes the statement “Classy but subtle,” the one that makes you feel like a princess, and then finally, the one that tells the world, “Don’t throw out your gift receipts just yet.”
So when we heard couture nuptial designer Vera Wang was still working on a line of affordable wedding dresses that were based on her gowns worn by Kim Kardashian on her highly-publicized special day, the little girl inside of us got all giddy. We had already mentally bought all our bridesmaids dresses over at D-A-S-H, so this would just be perfect.
It’s a Kard-astrophe! Only 72 days after reality entertainment star Kim Kardashian and her husband Brooklyn Nets (if that is their real name) NBA star Kris Humphries tied the knot, the duo is now filing for divorce. We really thought these two kids could make it…at least through another season of Kourtney & Kim Take New York.
Poor Kris: he’s apparently devastated over the idea that the love of his life…not to mention his ca-ching money train…is leaving the station so soon. Oh well, what’s the infamous saying? All’s fair in love and Dior.
A trending hashtag today has been #longerthankimsmarriage, referring to the 72 days during which Kim Kardashian was married to Kris Humpries, as compared to other relatively short occurrences. We went through Twitter and made sure no one was bending the truth on the Internet.
Kim Kardashian—Brooklyn resident would-be and The Last Great Hope of Kings County—is ending her seemingly unbreakable fairy-tale marriage to basketball player Kris Humphries after the lengthy 72-day celebrity bonding, the likes of which haven’t been seen since Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, or maybe more appropriately, that time Brittney Spears eloped with that guy in Read More