Young people look to Kanye as a talented artist, which he is. However, if they look to him for anything else, such as someone who knows about politics, basic manners or living in reality, they are going to get a very slanted view of the world.
Kris Jenner revealed this week that her one regret in life was divorcing Robert Kardashian. However, she adds that without the divorce, she wouldn't have her daughters Kendall and Kylie. Like Kris, a lot of people have divorce-related regrets.
The very root of the American dream is not success by fame and fortune but upward mobility through hard work and respectable values.
Combs was co-hosting the show on August 2 and wanted to congratulate Jenner on being a grandmother again. What do you get someone who has it all? How about her own cocktail!
Kris Jenner sat down with Amy Palmer of PowerwomenTV to dish about life, love, family and fame.
It's not too much of a stretch to consider the Kardashian clan as the modern day Bennet family, but for the sake of the youngest members let's hope it's not too late to rewrite their story.
Is Kris Jenner the Wicked Witch Of The West (Coast), guilty of selling her eldest daughter to the masses? We may never know. But equally intriguing, is the fact that the public's appetite for all things Kardashian has grown to a seemingly insatiable level.
When it was revealed during a recent interview that Kris Jenner placed her daughter Kim on birth control at the age of fourteen, there were those who applauded the move, but others reacted with horror, judgment and variations of, "Well, that explains everything."
Somewhere between Wilmer Valderrama and Samantha Ronson, something went horribly wrong. You forgot your lancery skills from camp, Freaky Friday and Jamie Lee Curtis and Chad Michael Halibut/Murray were tales of yore. It was parties, and Paris, and not the city.
So Kris, the question is: Why is it more important for you to let the world know that you're still young and sexy, than to be a strong and inspiring role model to your young daughters?
Tuesday night May 15, I attend the POSH Affair Benefit Gala at the Pierre Hotel in NYC, hosted by Vogue magazine's Hamish Bowles along with Amy Fine Collins and Lorry Newhouse.
Anyway, I'm sick of it. I think most of the country is sick of it. The Kardashians don't have talent. Just a PR spin that never seems to end.
Hooray for Kendall Jenner, who had the good sense to reject her PR-minded mom Kris Jenner's plan for an expensive, over-the-top Sweet 16 bash in the Bahamas!
The end of the year is often a time we use to reflect and tally our successes and failures. Most of us do this late at night on bended knee with our head in a toilet after having drunk way too much on New Year's Eve.
It seems more than coincidental that two major Kardashian-related headlines were announced just three days after the season 2 premiere of Kim and Kourtney Take New York.
Here's my question. Not, why did they get married in the first place? Rather, will Kim rake in more money from the divorce than what she netted from the wedding?