They’re one of the most high profile couples in Tinseltown, and Kanye West brought his girlfriend Kim Kardashian along for the ride on the new DJ Khaled music video “I Wish You Would/Cold.” In the clip, the “Love Lockdown” rapper puts his arm around Kim, makes reference to the “Disaster Movie” dame by name and even takes a shot at her ex-husband Kris Humphries.
Kanye raps, “And I’ll admit, I fell in love with Kim/ ‘Round the same time she had fell in love with him,” adding that Humphries was lucky he didn’t have team owner Jay-Z drop him from the roster.
Additionally, West has also released a new song of his own called “Perfect B*tch” that he wrote about Ms. Kardashian.
Some women wear their heart on their sleeve, Kim Kardashian is wearing hers on her ear!
The reality queen returned to Los Angeles Sunday and she was very noticeably wearing a gold earring designed in the the letters “KW” in her left ear.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Kim and Kanye spent Saturday together in New York, and had dinner with her family at Spice Market last night.
Earlier in the day, the lovebirds strolled the mean streets of Manhattan, hand-in-hand.
Kim is still wed to Kris Humphries. Their divorce is slowly winding its way to a resolution.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are dating … for real … TMZ has learned.
Sources tell us the relationship is “just starting.” The two were photographed on their way out of a movie date to see “Hunger Games” in NYC last night (April 4, above).
Apparently, Kanye has been after Kim for a while — he just released a new song, “Theraflu” … in which he says he had feelings for the reality star while she was dating Kris Humphries.
“And I admit I fell in love with Kim … ‘Round the same time she fell in love with him … That’s cool, babygirl, do your thing … Lucky I ain’t had Jay drop him from the team.”
Kanye is referring to Jay Z — who owns the NJ Nets … the team Humphries plays for.
Here’s the latest promo for this week’s ‘Kourtney and Kim Take New York’. Wow, I still have tears after watching this!
In this shocking never before seen clip from this Sunday’s Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Kim Kardashian has still not confessed to her husband Kris Humphries that her feelings for him have changed. Once again, he’s the last to know about his own life, while the 31-year-old reality maven pours her heart out to Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick instead.
Her shocking revelations include she’s told Kris he can’t move his boxes into her house in Los Angeles, she feels awful that she made him move from Minnesota and her heart isn’t connecting to him anymore.
“It’s hard for me. I had dinner with him last night one on one and I had nothing to talk about,” Kim says, breaking down. “He’s a good heart. He’s a Christian. He’s everything on paper what I want in someone — but for some reason, my heart isn’t connecting. I’ve tried and I’ve tried, but I don’t know what to do.”
She adds, “I feel awful that I like, made him move out here and change his whole life. I feel bad for him. He fell in love with me and I fell in love with him and now my feelings have changed.”
This is the most honest we’ve seen Kim act in months and it finally affirms what we suspected: her marriage was a complete and utter mistake from the beginning.
Though there is a growing group of angered pop culture consumers joining a boycott against the family, E! has no plans to stop keeping up with the Kardashians. In fact, the cable network is looking to ramp up their offerings featuring the world’s premiere reality family.
Bonnie Hammer, the new cable entertainment chair of NBCUniversal, spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about her vision for E!, promising more highbrow coverage from the network. That, however, doesn’t preclude new Kardashian series; while current iterations of the franchise may go by the wayside, she told THR that she’s hoping for “two, three, even four new Kardashian [spinoffs].”
So far, there have been four series featuring the first family of scripted reality: the flagship, “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”; travel series “Kourtney & Kim Take New York” and “Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami”; and Khloé Kardashian and husband Lamar Odom’s show, “Khloé & Lamar.”
There have also been various specials based on the family, including the now-maligned “Kim’s Fairytale Wedding,” which featured the wedding of Kim and now estranged husband, Kris Humphries. The marriage ended after 72 days, leading to charges that it was a manufactured relationship. Hammer rejects those allegations.
As for potential future series, a new series featuring Kim’s newly single life — she’s married in this season of “Take New York” — is probable, as is a series about Rob Kardashian, one of the family’s younger brothers who just starred in the most recent season of “Dancing With The Stars.” In addition, a series about Kourtney Kardashian, who just announced that she is pregnant with her second child, is very conceivable.
Another show, featuring the younger sisters Kylie and Kendall, could also be made.
Viewers appear to be interested in the on-air dissolution of Kim Kardashian’s marriage.
The new season of Kourtney & Kim Take New York, which chronicles Kim’s brief married life to husband Kris Humphries, debuted big on E! Sunday night.
Preliminary ratings show that the series topped all previous openers, attracting just shy of 3.2 million total viewers during its broadcast. The previous run of the series, which bowed in January of 2011, debuted to 3 million viewers.
Among those tuning in, 2.3 million were in the 18-49 demographic. That marked a 8 percent gain over the previous premiere.
Another big gain for the series was its showing in women 18-49. E! reports the episode ranks in the network’s top 10 highest rated telecasts ever among the group. For adults 18-49, it’s in the top 20.
Previous Keeping Up With the Kardashians spin-off Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami averaged only 2.6 million during its second season premiere.
That’s not to say a showing this strong is unusual for the Kardashians. Different iterations of the series have hit recent highs, with the sixth season run of Keeping Up With the Kardashians ending on high ratings. The Sept. 5 finale averaged 3.3 million viewers, with a 15 percent gain in adults 18-49.
Most recently, the two-part special Kim’s Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event averaged 4.4 million viewers on its first night and 4 million during its second. The event earned respective 2.56 and 2.51 ratings in adults 18-49.
The highest showing in franchise history, 4.7 million viewers, still belongs to the fifth season premiere of Keeping Up With the Kardashians in 2010.