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Forget Kris Jenner. Kourtney Kardashian defied God on multiple occasions this week.
It was a truly sacrilegious episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, reviewed below in our patented +/- format. Let’s find out now what sort of score the installment earned, shall we?
Lamar and Rob both say they’d do porn. NEGATIVE 5 to Khloe for referring to that as “bizarre.” Isn’t Kim’s decision to do so the only reason this family has a reality show?
Kris says Scott and Kourtney should get married before having another kid because it’s “more natural” that way. PLUS 3 for not Kris cracking up at theMore >
Contrary to what the following magazine cover states, Kim Kardashian is not marrying Kris Humphries this year.
But the reality star is doing what she does best in an interview with Life & Style: talking about her personal life in hypothetical, vague terms in order to make headlines for no valid reason whatsoever.
The latest case in point: her eventual wedding to… somebody.
“I’ve envisioned the whole thing,” Kim says. “I already know what my gown is going to look like. I’ve thought about it all for so long… What woman hasn’t thought about her wedding since she was a little girl?”
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Now we know why Tom Brady was not invited to appear on Dancing with the Stars this season.
The Super Bowl-winning quarterback traveled to Rio de Janiero this week to celebrate the tradition known as “Carnival.” Cameras captured the Patriots star on the street during the event, donning a ponytail and attempting to shake his groove thing.
The result, as seen here? More embarrassing than Brady’s performance against the Jets in the 2011 playoffs. Then again, who are we to judge? The quarterback did go back to his hotel with THIS after the celebration.
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While numbers were slightly down for the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon, the show still managed to raise $58.9 million, not a bad sum for a telethon that airs for just a few hours. Last year the show raised $60.5 million, while 2008 saw donations of $65 million.
The show took place at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas on Labor Day and was broadcast by more than 170 television stations to 40 million viewers. It was the telethons 45th showing.
Lewis said of the show:
“I’m heartened by the unique ability of Americans to help others in need, when they themselves are likely struggling