On Monday night, Kim Kardashian West posted nine very thirsty photos to her Twitter and Instagram feeds. In one, she’s topless under a fur coat. Her breasts are exposed, but her nipples have been blurred out to avoid being banned from the platform. In another, she’s dressed in a sheer white top (nipples blurred yet again), staring into the camera. And then there’s the one where she’s typing on her phone and looking at Polaroids with her butt popped up in the air behind her.
In the middle of this wave of thirst traps, Kim took the time to clap back at Lindsay Lohan, who commented on an Instagram by Perez Hilton about her new braids.
“I am confused,” Lohan wrote.
“You know what’s confusing,” Kim responded. “Your sudden foreign accent.”
In another timeline, I would be running circles around my coffee table. I would be dousing my scalp in lighter fluid and setting my head ablaze. But in this timeline, I’m yawning. I’m pouring myself another cup of coffee. I’m closing the tab.
In a tweet, 33-year-old Khloe Kardashian praised her 37-year-old sister, writing, “Between her pictures and her clap backs.... I’m just living for it all. Confidence looks great on you Keeks.” The thing is, I’m not sure any of that behavior meets the definition of confidence.
Boring, on the other hand, might.
According to a report by The NBC Leak House, also known as Page Six, Megyn Kelly was hopping mad when Katie Couric was given the Winter Olympics gig over her. They write:
“[Kelly] complained to her staff, she complained to her agent, so that [NBC News chairman Andrew Lack] would hear about the fact that she was unhappy, but he didn’t care.”
The source added that Lack — who originally signed Kelly to the network amid much fanfare in January 2017, starting with “Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly” in June — has finally realized she is “a diva” and that “she’s not going to be part of the NBC News . . . inner circle.”
Aly Raisman, on why Larry Nassar’s 175-year sentence isn’t enough:
“You know what, someone brought this up the other day and they said he’s going to jail for almost like a year for each survivor, so when you put it in that perspective, it’s really not enough...He’s gonna die in jail but any number is never enough. But I’m glad because so many people are watching and I hope that it does set an example to all the other abusers out there that their time is up and that abuse is never okay.”
Aly Raisman, on why Larry Nassar’s 175-year sentence isn’t enough [Us Weekly]
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