The sixth season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians began last night with Kim sharing a thoughtful dinner conversation with her new boyfriend/future husband-to-be Kris Humphries. Ignore, for a moment, the cosmic coincidence of a Kardashian girl A) falling in love with someone whose name already starts with a “K” and B) falling in love with a guy who is named “Kris,” just like their mother. No time for cynicism, this is love! Within seconds, Kim and Kris were burping into each other’s mouths. It was like watching a bullfrog mating session. Or, as Kris insisted, “Birds throw up and then feed it to their children. This is nothing.” There you go: It was like watching two birds vomit live bullfrogs backwards and forwards. Season six, gang! READ FULL STORY
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Preacher Harold Camping apologizes for lack of apocalypse, reschedules Rapture for Kim Kardashian's birthday
As we now know, the world didn’t end on Saturday, contrary to the prophecies of California preacher Harold Camping who had predicted the Rapture would occur over the weekend.
Yesterday, Kourtney Kardashian made her acting debut on ABC’s One Life to Live. Watch her scenes below. She played personal injury attorney Kassandra Kavanaugh (“with two Ks”), and got arrested with Cristian Vega (David Fumero), after they each slugged the same guy at the gym. We didn’t learn much about Kassandra, other than she can take care of herself (if you actually bought that punch), she says things like, “Oh snap. This is getting interesting,” and she wears as much makeup as Kourtney Kardashian does when she works out.
There really is no better way to remind us that soap actors can actually act than to make them do some scenes opposite a non-actor. There’s just an ease in the line delivery that we commoners don’t have. But Kourtney gives it her all. READ FULL STORY
Presenting… Your Super Bowl Commercials of 2011, brought to you by Eminem. He LOST HIMSELF in not one but two major ad campaigns this year. During the first quarter, Claymation Eminem quenched his thirst with a refreshing Brisk iced tea; then just before halftime, super-intense human Eminem delivered a cross between a eulogy and a giant “eff you, pay attention” on behalf of the city of Detroit. And you thought he didn’t do commercials.
Meanwhile, Ozzy Osbourne finally had to find out what a Bieber was, Adrien Brody serenaded some crying/orgasmic women (Stella Artois), Faith Hill’s rack is huge (Teleflora), Timothy Hutton is really, really into Tibetan fish curry (Groupon.com), and Kim Kardashian’s ass (Shape-Ups) is ass usual. Plus, so many movie trailers, including J.J. Abrams and Steven Spielberg’s Super 8, Terra Nova, Thor, Cowboys & Aliens — starring Danny Craig and Indy Ford — Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and a first look at Marvel’s Captain America: The First Avenger. My five favorite commercials, after the break. READ FULL STORY
It’s no secret that I make an effort to keep up with the Kardashians, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that I’m really enjoying their 2010 Christmas card. It’s so wonderfully over the top, and to quote the Kardashian clan, I die.
Khloe said on her blog yesterday that her momager, Kris, always makes “it a point to go all out, whether it was ninja turtles themed card, or bringing Santa into the mix, each year she always [manages] to top the year before.” And after seeing last year’s card which featured Ryan Seacrest (?!?), I didn’t even think it was possible. But sure enough, their card is ridiculously glamorous, and the definition of over the top. (Should it even be allowed to have so much beauty in one photo?) READ FULL STORY
The Daily Beast. Excuse me while I go die 1,000 deaths. She topped Lauren Conrad ($5 million), Bethenny Frankel ($4 million), Audrina Patridge ($3.5 million), Kate Gosselin ($3.5 million), The Situation ($3 million), Khloé Kardashian ($2.5 million) and Kourtney Kardashian ($2.5 million), Pauly D ($2 million), and Kendra Wilkinson ($2 million).Kim Kardashian earned an estimated $6 million this year, topping the list of high-earning reality stars compiled by
That’s four stars from E!, four from MTV, one from Bravo, and one from TLC — and I’m sort of surprised that of the top 10 reality earners, 8 are female. Perhaps male stars are less likely to have fragrances, clothing lines, spin-offs, and diet-product endorsement deals? All but two top-earners have books, too, so get thee to a literary (well, “literary”) agent, Pauly D and Audrina! The list only includes celebs whose shows aired in 2010, and whose rise to fame came from their reality roots — so it doesn’t include, say, Donald Trump, who presumably would trump even a Kardashian.
I’m surprised not to see the ubiquitous Snooki on this list. Who surprises you, PopWatchers? Did you expect the Duggars to be raking it in?
First was L.A., then came Miami (bitch), and now, in another move to expand the vast Kardashian family empire, E! has confirmed that sisters Kim and Kourtney will tackle the Big Apple next January in yet another series, Kourtney and Kim Take New York.
The 10-episode spin-off will follow the sisters’ efforts to open another branch of their Dash boutique in New York, but clearly what any Kardashian fan is interested in is the battle royale. I’m talking about Kourtney vs. Scott vs. Kardashian family, natch. This time around, Kim will play roommate with Kourtney and Scott, and the always-outspoken Khloe will pay a few visits—and, we hope, stir up some juicy family drama.
How do you guys feel about another spin-off?
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new still-untitled scripted series, starring rising comedian Bo Burham, who will also write and executive produce the show, about an American teen fresh out of high school who makes it his mission to become a celebrity despite a lack of actual “talent.”If Paris Hilton, the Kardashians, and the Jersey Shore cast have taught us anything, it’s that with the right look, a good publicist, and the ability to ham it up for cameras on cue, almost anyone can become famous without doing much of anything at all. MTV is taking that idea and rolling with it for a
The new show is the latest scripted series on MTV’s slate, joining the just-finished Hard Times of R.J. Berger , an upcoming adaptation of the U.K.’s Skins, and Teen Wolf, an update of the 1985 Michael J. Fox movie.
What do you say? Will you be tuning into this new pilot? What do you think of MTV’s new scripted fare?
Hair sucks. It falls out. It turns gray. It starred in Hair, which is the worst hippie show ever (hey, Godspell‘s bad, but don’t be hating on Hippie Christ!) Kim Kardashian feels your pain. She’s taking a stand. In the upcoming issue of Allure, the reality star says, “My entire body is hairless.” (She probably said that while writhing naked in an abstract gray universe.)
So, PopWatchers, is Queen Kardash going all Alien 3 on us? Or is this all a big lie? Does Kim Kardashian pass the Mr. Bigglesworth test?
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