The kombined Kardashian-Jenner klan is famous (“famous”) for lots of things (or, rather, one thing that has splintered off into lots of things): multiple revealing reality television shows, media ubiquity, 72-day marriages, explicit discussion and occasional tasting of bodily fluids, giving birth on camera … you get it. Not one of these things even begins to imply that they are known for any intellectual capacity or emotional sensitivity. Sure, they’re “smart,” in the same way someone like Miley Cyrus is smart — they know how to keep their names in the headlines. (Or their mother does, at least.)
So that’s why it’s depressing, but not at all surprising, that Kylie Jenner went ahead and stirred up some controversy of her own on the Twitters yesterday, posting an old photo of herself with a past hair color with the caption, “I miss my black hair I’m so bipolar :( .” :(, indeed, because girl, YOU ARE NOT BIPOLAR. I can’t even begin to describe the idiocy of this type of misuse of a word — changing your mind about something does not, I repeat, does not a bipolar person make. But hey, on the bright(er) side, at least she acknowledges that bipolar disorder exists, unlike her boyfriend Jaden Smith‘s family. Ain’t nothing Xenu can’t cure! (And no, they still have yet to pinpoint a medical term to describe whatever is amiss with Kris Jenner.) [Gossip Cop]
There’s nothing like having your mom in your corner when your marriage is in crisis. Right, Khloe? Yeah, Momager’s got her girl’s back … just so long as Khloe stays married. Can you believe it? Apparently Kris Jenner wants Khloe to work things out with Lamar. So he cheated on Khloe. He’s got issues, poor thing. Stand by your man and all that crap.
Sheesh, was Kris the kind of mom to make her kids finish everything on their plates, too? Read more at The Stir…
What with “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” its various spin-offs both real and rumored, and their omnipotent media presence, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and krew don’t really leave much to the imagination. But, as fate would have it, there’s one big, bad secret they’ve managed to keep from America: they’ve actually been cats this whole time. Honestly, I almost didn’t notice anything different about the Kardash klan in this video by Giulia Rozzi. They look pretty much the same to me. [YouTube]
As if the Kardashians didn’t already have kopyrighting issues out the wazoo, Khloe’s latest business venture has gotten her all mixed up with the State of New York. Rich Soil (ugh), a clothing company Khloe owns with husband Lamar Odom, is being accused of ripping off the Department of Agriculture’s's “Pride of New York” logo. Susan Rosenthal, a lawyer for the department, demanded in a letter sent to Rich Soil that the company immediately halt the sale and advertisement of merchandise bearing the emblem lest the state be forced to take legal action. Lawsuits seem to be a recurring theme with the Kardashians. Maybe they should just … stop trying to put their name on things? I’m just saying. [NYMag.com]
Cover boy, Lord, American Psycho — Scott Disick is a man of many wonders. He is almost single-handedly responsible for everything Good and Hilarious to happen on all things “Kardashian” as of late insofar as he is uncompromisingly ridiculous and it brings me pure joy. In the latest episode of “Kourtney & Kim Take Miami,” Kourtney calls Scott out on borrowing what appears to be her Laura Mercier tinted moisturizer. Kim also announces she’s pregnant, but whatever. Scott’s makeup hoarding (and feigning cluelessness!) is far and away the highlight of this episode, along with Kourtney’s trademark deadpan, totally Xanaxed-out delivery as she sneakily confirms that Scott is, indeed, borrowing her beauty products. So! When are they announcing his spin-off? Mama Kris would never approve of that, but I guarantee viewers would be far more likely to tune in to “The Scott Show” than “Kendall & Kylie’s Boring Whatever.” [BuzzFeed]
I have a weird, deep-rooted soft spot for the Kardashian klan and all of its various … idiosyncrasies, and I do not agree with the current media fixation upon “shaming” Kim’s very pregnant body. Yes, she’s been looking like the star of the Butt and Belly Parade, but there’s a vulnerability and naiveté about Kim that makes me feel sad for her. HOWEVER. With that said. Is that … denim? Should I just close my eyes and look away? I think I should. [Photo: FameFlynet]