Shocker: Some of the stuff you saw on Kim Kardashian’s reality show may not have actually been true to life. Case in point: Court documents obtained by Life & Style reveal that when Kris Humphries proposed to Kim, she made him do it all over again so they could re-shoot the scene; seems she didn’t like her reaction in the first “take.” The documents also include an admission from a producer that other “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” scenes, including at least two that depicted Humphries in a bad light, were either scripted, re-shot, or edited. Oh, and Kim uses a “tear stick” to get herself to cry. Read more…
What do you guys know about Scott Disick? I know that he is the most fascinating and, scarily enough, often the most logical specimen on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” or any variation or spin-off thereof. I know that he refers to himself by the moniker of “Lord Disick,” a title he bought online. I know that a sophisticated older French girl I went to prep school with who never wore deodorant hung out with him at a club in the Hamptons (The Elm, if you must know), where he bragged about how he was using Kourtney for her money and didn’t give a shit about her and slept with other girls all the time. Which, like, I find so hard to believe. “Sentimental Scott” Disick? No way.
Anyway, I saw the greatest “Kourtney and Kim Take Miami” episode the other night, where Kourtney is pissed off because Scott is hanging out with all these lesbians, and then Kourtney squirts breast milk on Kim’s psoriasis. This really got me to thinking about what Scott actually does with his life. Who is he really, and where did he come from? I found myself needing answers that I couldn’t find on any Wikipedia page. Fortunately for me, Scott did a recent interview in Haute Living magazine (I’ve never read that magazine but I know that I hate it) where he dished on style, skincare, and “Seinfeld.” Here are a few things I learned… Keep reading »
UPDATE: Sorry, apparently E! thinks you should only be allowed to watch this beautiful moment in reruns. Lucky for you, they’re on every second of every day. You can still see my amazing GIF after the jump though!
It’s that time again! Time for “A Kardashian Shares Something So Intimately Personal That You Kind Of Want To Look Away But Don’t!” On last night’s season finale of “Keeping Up With Kardashians,” eldest sister Kourtney gave birth to daughter Penelope, and just like with her son Mason, she assisted in pulling the baby from her vagina. Not going to lie, I teared up. I actually think this is totally beautiful. But I have reached the age where baby craving trumps my TMI cringe impulses. Video above! Also, after the jump, I made a crappy GIF.
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In other words, a T-shirt made for yours truly. Every time I watch “Star Trek: The Next Generation” — i.e. almost every day — and an episode with the Cardassians is on (not as often as I’d like, as I think they are highly underrated), I have to remind myself that they are not, in fact, the Kardashians. Similar pronunciation, yes, and there is an uncanny similarity that always leaves me with the feeling that if the Kardashians were “Star Trek” aliens, they would be Cardassians. I mean, they practically see the same hair stylist. [$14.99, T-Shirt Bordello]
Ever since the Kardashians began dry-humping America’s living rooms, tongues have wagged over whether Khloe is a “real” Kardashian. That’s the word we (even we at The Frisky) have used: “real.” It’s easy to see why, visually: Khloe is taller and wider, bears little facial resemblance, and (to me, at least) is demonstrably more intelligent than her sisters. “Keeping Up The Kardashians” even addressed the rumors itself, sort of: in an episode a few seasons ago, Khloe demanded to know if she was adopted and forced Kris Jenner to take a DNA test. Keep reading »
“I’m the ugly sister. I’m the fat one. I’m the transvestite. I have had those mean things said about me at least twice a day for the last five years. It’s horrible, you know? But I can brush that stuff off … Kim and Kourtney have said to me, ‘If we were put under the same negative attention that you are, we couldn’t handle it.’ If I want to wear a long flowing dress, someone will say I’m pregnant. I believe we’re not given any more than we can handle and most of the time I can handle it. But we all have fat days and if I’m having one of those days, those sorts of things make me feel down.”
—Khloe Kardashian talks to Cosmopolitan Middle East about keeping her self esteem up when people tend to say pretty nasty things about her. For the record, I think Khloe is totally stunning. Also, who is surprised that the cover lines on Cosmopolitan Middle East are in English? [Huffington Post] Keep reading »