As they do. As part of their European Honeymoon Tour, newlyweds Kim Kardashian and Kanye West paid a visit to Ploskovice Castle in the Czech Republic for the wedding of a stylist friend — and found a moment to slip each other the tongue. Also, I thought it was verboten to wear white to a wedding, but I’ve noticed that the opposite seems to be true when it comes to the weddings of the one percent. Like, some rich people want people to wear white to their weddings, maybe even require it as part of the dress code. What’s up with that? Anyway, after the jump, a hilarious (to me) photo of Kanye guzzling from a big ol’ white goblet. These two are living the life. [Photos: Pacific Coast News] Keep reading »
Kim and Kanye. So adorable. So loathsome. Totally meant to be. [Photos via E!]
It’s not often that I praise The New York Post for its journalism, but they wrote the best Kimye wedding coverage of all time. [Uproxx]
Told you I wasn’t done posting about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding! (As much as I thought I wasn’t going to want to, writing about Kimye is actually a lovely reprieve from certain other depressing subjects that I’ve been otherwise engrossed in.)
So! Here’s what we know: Kim wore a custom Givenchy dress for the ceremony and this is the only photo we’ve got of it so far, since the official photos have apparently been exclusively granted to Vogue. (Kanye and daughter North also wore custom Givenchy.) Andrea Bocelli sang Kim down the aisle, John Legend sang that song “All Of Me” at some point, and the couple’s first dance was to Etta James’ “At Last” and Otis Redding’s “These Arms Of Mine” and “Tenderness.” Long first dance, guys. Anyway, then Kanye grabbed the mic and rapped a bit because of course.
Later on, Kanye gave a wedding speech, nay, rant that, according to Us Weekly, went like this: Keep reading »
Here is a photo of Kim Kardashian and fiance Kanye West headed to their rehearsal dinner at the Palace of Versailles, yawn, in Paris. Matching-ish tuxedos with plunging necklines — cute! God, I can’t wait for this spectacle to be OVER. One. More. Day! [Photo: Pacific Coast News]
When Naomi Campbell was asked what she thought of Kim and Kanye’s Vogue cover, she kept it kinda classy — and managed to get her point across loud and clear without saying anything at all. Watch her appearance on Australia’s “The Morning Show” and take a cue next time you have a not-so-friendly opinion on someone. [Huffington Post]
Kimye is not only always camera ready, they are always multi camera ready. There are three cameras at work in this photo of Kim, Kanye and North on the set of their Vogue cover shoot, y’all! Fair warning: stare at this photo too long and you become part of it and cannot get out. That might not be so bad though, as I’m kind of dying to pinch baby North’s aborable thigh chub. She is beyond.
On Sunday night, about four months after it was filmed, the much ballyhooed Kim and Kanye engagement episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” aired. While little teasers of the engagement were quick to leak onto the internet back in late-October, E! naturally had the full film rights to the big moment, which was just as over-the-top as has been described. And, dare I say it, it was actually kind of romantic too. I can’t imagine what Kanye and Kim talk about when they’re alone together, besides complimenting the other on their beauty/brilliance, but they seem as in love as two completely self-obsessed people could possibly be. Aww?
I’m psyched that “Saturday Night Live”‘s “Waking Up With Kimye” is seemingly going to be a regular sketch on the series (last night’s episode featured the sketch for a second time). This time, “Kimye” are celebrating the holidays with a new version of their “Bound 2″ video, featuring that hardworking, four-legged, red-nosed wonder. Uh huh, Rudolph!
Oh, Kim. I guess at this point I should probably stop pitying the critically dim lighting in your headspace and start actively rallying against you instead, considering it is just that deer-in-the-paparazzi-flashbulbs lunacy that is to thank for the $40 million sitting in your bank account. Lo, when you go around posing yourself in a mimicking fashion next to classic images of Elizabeth Taylor, there is naught for me to do but shake my head and mime a quick Hail Mary. I mean, what is WITH our effectively useless faux-lebrities likening themselves to entertainment icons? Kimye: Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton for the selfie generation? Certainly not. [Instagram]