The Kardashian women really love their music videos. Kendall and Kylie Jenner just posted a family music video on their YouTube account, showing them, sisters Kim Kardashian, Khloe and Kourtney and mom Kris Jenner lip syncing the words to Lady Marmalade.
While they just released the clip today, the video was actually shot last year when the family did their annual Christmas card shoot. Watch the video!
Last night, “an unidentified woman” flour-bombed Kim Kardashian at a red carpet event in Hollywood. Paramedics were called to the scene as a precaution, but the only things injured were her hair, clothing and makeup. Kim refused treatment and instead made a joke: “I said to my makeup artist, I wanted more powder and that’s a whole lot of translucent powder right there.” Bada-boom! Hotel security detained the feisty flour-bomber, but released her after Kim declined to press charges. She’s so magnanimous, that one. We’re glad she wasn’t harmed. Kim isn’t the only celeb who has survived a public “bombing” (I’m talking, of course, about bombs made out of non-hazardous materials). Click through to see some more celebrities who got bombed. [People]
“I don’t think [Jon Hamm was] wrong. It’s OK to look at something and say what it is. It’s OK to look at a McDonald’s hamburger and say, ‘Yeah, I like the taste of them, but they’re not good for me.’ We live in a time where everyone’s very aware that there’s people who are celebrities because of their fathers or celebrities because of this machine that’s selling something very simple and very ordinary, and people are buying it. It’s not an awful thing, but I think it’s OK to say it’s not a splendid thing, either.”
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