Poor, poor Khloe.
Look, we all know that watching 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' isn't the most academic activity. Watching it won't broaden our minds, or help make us better people, but damn, it's so addictive. We love watching Mason being adorable and waiting for Kim to be an ugly crier again, but the absolute best part of the show is Khloe, hands down.
She is the fairest in all the land, the most beautiful in the entire castle. Hey, the mirror knows best, right?
I'll admit it: I'm an addict. It's a horrible habit that, after so many years, I just can't kick. It's available, it's affordable and, hey, it makes me feel good about myself. And even though it's probably damaging for me in the long run, I just can't stop. Yeah, I'm a consumer of the Kardashian culture. I watch the shows (the originals, the spin-offs and Dancing With The Stars when one is competing), I read the interviews, I follow the obnoxious tweets...
This week, an excerpt from the Kardashian sisters’ new book, Dollhouse, was released. Do you guys remember how you felt when you first read amazing writing. Well, get ready to feel that way times twenty.
•Famous singers who can act as well •According to Kim and Khloe, their makeup addiction is because of...their father? •Is a post-toothbrush oral session safe? •Could this actor be the next James Bond? •The best mean ladies from TV and movies •Google makes beer?! •Celebrate October with some Halloween macaroons
If I had the chance to choose who my freshman year roomie would have been, you know who I would have picked? Celebrities. Big time celebs. Not the Indie films stars (even though I still find them incredibly talented and way more interesting than me). I’m talkin’ Hollywood A-list, top-of-the-line, million-dollar-making, still warm from their last vacation, celebrities!
•The other Kardashians aren't big Kris Humphries fans •There have been a good amount of famous guys getting nekkid onscreen •There's a slightly good chance that Nicolas Cage is a vampire •How to balance school and your social life in college •People get quite passive aggressive when they're hungry •Dinner in a movie cinemas are kind of genius •Real life Emmy lady love
It seems everyone from students to celebrities like Khloe Kardashian have complained. The reality star even went as far as describing airport security as “being raped in public.” I’d personally rather get pat down a bit aggressively than have to worry about non-thorough security, but the jury as a whole is really out on this one.
We all have our favorite Kardashian. Myself, I'm a Khloe kind of gal. She's brash. She's an Amazon. She snagged a sexy basketball player. She's absolutely hilarious. And I think she's totally gorge. Her style is totally accessible - she tends to alternate between sexy haute couture aesthetics and cute, whimsical, vibrant looks.
Is Lindsay Lohan being treated unfairly? • Does your birth control have a higher risk of causing blood clots? Find out! • Even Gaga has moments of self doubt. • A hair towel that reduces frizz? It exists! • 10 things you probably didn't know about testicles. Yeah, we're going there.• Why do people think Khloe Kardashian is fat? What is wrong in this world?!
In honor of Women’s History Month, CollegeCandy has decided to spotlight some of the world’s most influential women. Last week we focused on the women from our generation and this week, we pay attention to some of the most spectacular thirty-somethings. These are the women that show us life really does get interesting in your 30s, whether you're a famous movie star or activist.
So pigs are officially flying, Hell has frozen over, and Hermes Birkin bags are buy one/get one free. Didn’t you hear? The Kardashians penned a bestseller, y’all! Pick those jaws up off the floor, it totally happened…and if the sales reports are accurate, there’s a good chance you yourself purchased a copy of Kardashian Konfidential.
While most of us were sobbing our Thursday night away when Bethenny got married (which was, btw, the sweetest thing ever), the rest of America was glued to ESPN, waiting for Lebron "King" James to make his announcement about which baskeball team he would sign with next.
• That might be a possibility under the new health care reform... • The lines that won't get you laid. • A big "mazel!" to Jane Lynch! • 32 summer work outfits that are actually cute. • Is being cheap a dating deal breaker? • There might be a bun in Khloe Kardashian's oven.
Does it bother anyone else that whenever any celebrity has obtained a sense of stardom and/or a relationship, they feel the sudden urge to become a published author (with their own signature clothing line/scent)? An author who gives their oh-so-valuable advice to the general public? It was bad enough when Jennifer Love Hewitt decided to write her own book as if she was some kind of cupid messenger, but now the Kardashian sisters are jumping on the bandwagon?
Khloe Kardashian is notorious for being the loud, outspoken baby sister of the Kardashian kclan. I guess you gotta have that personality when your one older sister just popped out a baby and the other is famous for a sex tape. But while her personality makes a bold statement, its her fashion choices that speak the loudest.
This week, after a particularly grueling New Year's Eve spent with 25 people in one tiny house with one tiny bathroom in New England, I had time (a lot) to reflect on my resolutions on the train ride back to NYC. I pondered 2010 and my resolutions between pages of Jen Lancaster's memoirs and occasionally badgering the BF to go fetch me red wine from the bar car on the Amtrak.
For most of us, 2009 was probably not the best year - the economy was still in the toilet, we were fighting two wars, Michael Jackson (and Patrick Swayze!) died, and we couldn't play beer pong out of fear we were going to get the Swine Flu. But all that didn't really matter to those peeps out in Hollywood, because, despite all the odds, some people still managed to come out on top.