A mere month after TMZ reported that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West had hired a gestational surrogate (meaning she’s not the biological mother), to carry and deliver their third child, several news outlets reported on Wednesday that the couple’s surrogate is now three months pregnant.
TMZ reported in June that Kim and Kanye agreed to pay the surrogate $45,000 in ten monthly installments of $4,500, in addition to a $68,850 deposit given to the agency that referred the woman. As part of the agreement, the surrogate is required to abstain from smoking, drinking, doing drugs, entering hot tubs or saunas, eating raw fish, and having more than one caffeinated beverage per day.
Also in the agreement, Kim and Kanye promise to “assume the legal and parental responsibilities for any child…that may possess ay congenital or other abnormalities or defects.”
The surrogate is reportedly a San Diego woman in her late 20s who has gone through the process before and has appeared in a promotional video for surrogacy.
Halsey and Demi Lovato are Instagram officially over their feud, which had to do with a Lovato song that came out two years ago (in the summer! Guess which…).
This is the outfit Tiffany Haddish is self-reported to be wearing tonight. I assume LA is laying out the municipal sleeping bags and movie projectors this very moment.
- Also, Tiffany Haddish said she’d like to work with Bill Cosby (“I’ll drink the juice”), yikes. [Page Six]
- In today’s horrendous and upsetting celeb news, rapper Z-Ro was arrested for allegedly beating his ex-girlfriend for over two hours. [TMZ]
- Val Kilmer is sorry that he comes off as difficult to work with, that’s just what happens when you care about acting as much as he does. [THR]
- If two lovers who meet on the set of an E! relationship rehab series can’t work things out, what hope is there for the rest of us? [People]
- Not technically gossip, but definitely the bluntest goodbye-to-all-that story I’ve read in a while. [NY Post]
- Kristen Stewart’s raw self-confidence truly knows no bounds, I’d drink to that. [Page Six]