Shining Star - Khloe Kardashian
The younger sis of Kim and Kourtney may not feel like the most beautiful sibling in the Kardashian clan, but Khloe Kardashian's certainly the most relatable.
In an interview with the U.K. mag, LOVE, the 26-year-old reality star dishes on how she measures up to the older Kardashian ladies, saying, "I'm the ugly sister. I'm the fat one. I'm the transvestite. I have had those mean things said about me at least twice a day for the last five years. It's horrible, you know? But I can brush that stuff off."
Compare Khloe's lamenting about her looks to other interviews with Kim and Kourtney, who despite starring in a reality show seem, well, pretty detached from it. Recent headlines include: "Kourtney Kardashian: I Only Use a Nanny When I'm Working" (how courageous!) and "Kim Kardashian's W Magazine Photos Made Her Cry" (don't you hate when you take nude photos and that happens?).
In other words, even with loads of cash and fame, sounds like Khloe's the one with real-life dilemmas. Khloe isn't only "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" -- she's also keeping it real!
Falling Star - Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan might just hold the record for most appearances as a "Falling Star" -- girl works hard for the title!
LinLo appeared in an L.A. court on Wednesday to plead "not guilty" to felony theft charges. She's accused of stealing a $2,500 necklace from a jewelry store. And believe me when I say, this necklace couldn't possibly be worth stealing... the photos make it look more like one of those necklaces you craft at summer camp than some pricey pendant. If you're going to break the law, go for the good stuff, like diamonds!
Theft tips aside -- Lohan, who got out of court-ordered rehab less than two months ago, is racking up court cases faster than any movie deals. She's also being sued by a tanning company, which claims she stiffed it on more than $40,000 in bills. The 24-year-old actress faces up to three years in prison for the theft case.
LinLo, heed this advice: if the "sticky finger" charges just don't stick, pack up your designer clothes and move far, far away from Hollywood. Get a house in, say, Idaho (preferably a dry county). Better yet, why not run a summer camp? Then you can make as many ugly necklaces as you possibly desire.
Originally appeared on Starpulse.