It seems Kris Jenner wants Kim Kardashian to star in another TV wedding and this time Kanye West should be the groom! Kim and Kanye have only recently taken their romance public, but they are rumored to already be talking about a future together.
You’d think, with Kim Kardashians recent marriage to Kris Humphries only lasting 72 days, the very last thing any of them would want to discuss is marriage. Especially since Kim and Kris are still not even legally divorced. Instead it seems the opposite is true. According to Radar Online, momager, Kris Jenner is not only completely supportive of Kim and Kanye as a couple, but already is thinking nuptials! Read more…
Yo, what’s happening with Kanye West’s pants? They’re not even on all the way. Does this photo suggest that he and Kim Kardashian were gettin’ it on in the car and Kanye didn’t have enough time to put his pants back on before they got out? Please. This “wardrobe malfunction”‘s function is to dupe the public into believing these two are actually a couples. I call BS!
Uh oh. Kim Kardashian was spotted with a hickey on her neck after doing the walk of shame from Kanye West’s apartment. This can only mean one thing: Kanye has no technique. Come on now, every man (and woman) over the age of 14 knows how not to Hoover a neck. Unless Kim wanted her neck Hoovered as way flaunt her new romance. The plot thickens. I feel like I’m in middle school again. Click through to see some more celebs who went out in public with love bites. [Hollywood Life]
Kanye “dressed” Kim, whatever that means, for her appearance at his fashion show in Paris, so naturally that’s head-to-toe Kanye West you’re seeing … or not seeing, if you’ve already closed your eyes to make it go away. I’m somewhat less concerned about the fur than the human she must have scalped for their hair.
Meet my new obsession, Susan Justice. She’s the singer/guitarist behind this awesome mashup of Kanye West’s “Stronger,” Kelly Clarkson’s single of the same name, and her own song, “Eat Dirt.” Eat Dirt is also the name of her upcoming album, out on Capitol/Kite Records on March 26, which I will be buying and playing on repeat. But I’m also obsessed with Susan’s story: she grew up as a member of the religious sect The Family, and spent her childhood on the road with her parents and siblings, performing as street musicians in the U.S. and in Europe. But The Family banned members from experiencing many aspects of mainstream culture, including the music Susan secretly came to love. Finally, she ditched her family and The Family and struck out on her own, performing in the New York City subway. From there, her star rose. So cool. [Susan Justice]