“Absolutely. I believe in love, always … [But] I’m not looking … [I plan on being] a new me in 2012.”
– Kim Kardashian on the state of her love life. This is coming from a woman whose New Year’s resolution last year was to stay single for 2011. A woman who went public with her relationship with Kris Humphries on New Year’s Day. A woman who got engaged seven months later and divorced 72 days after that. So much for 2011. Her 2012 resolution sounds much more attainable. [People]
Okay, not really. But maybe some day! Watch this video clip from Kris Humphries‘ appearance on “Good Morning America.” The reporter practically broke a bone in his attempt to steer the conversation back to Kim K. every five seconds. Kris — obviously coached beforehand — managed to deflect all of his attempts marvellously, only going as far as to say, “Certain things happen in life and you gotta move forward.” Good for you, Kris. It’s not as though I care about you or your career in the least, but it’ll be a holiday miracle if the divorce hubbub dies down, and I appreciate your effort! [DListed]
I pride myself on my vast knowledge of celebrities, particularly their love lives. Ever since my grandmother handed me a tattered issue of The National Enquirer as a young lass and affectionately called it “The Trash,” celebrity gossip has been my guilty pleasure. So, I’m always more than a little surprised when I find out two stars dated and no one bothered to tell me. This morning, I was perusing a great Tumblr called “Old Loves,” featuring photos of celeb couples who once dated, and found eight I had no idea about. Keep reading »
Imagine, for a moment, you are Kim Kardashian’s PR team. The past few weeks of your life have not been easy; your client has been publicly derided for having an excessively fancy wedding during the middle of a recession and even more derided for divorcing just 72 days later. To make matters worse, her mom is going on any talk show that will have her and saying stuff like Kim didn’t “make a dime” off her wedding. Even people who are Kardashian fans are wrinkling their noses at the stink.
So what would you do if you were Kim K’s poor, beleaguered PR team? Why, you’d make Kris Humphries the villian, posthaste. Enter Us Weekly‘s cover article calling Kris the “HUSBAND FROM HELL” and claiming he “belittled [Kim] in front of people” and called her “stupid” and “fat.” Keep reading »