Kris Humphries is a no-show at his divorce settlement hearing with Kim Kardashian in L.A. Plus, the Deadliest Catch crew considers heading out to sea without Elliott Neese: See Us Weekly's top stories from Friday, April 12, in the roundup!
If it's true that 80 percent of success is just showing up, Kim Kardashian is already one victory ahead of Kris Humphries in their ongoing divorce battle. The reality star and her estranged husband were supposed to face off in court on Friday, April 12, at a mandatory settlement conference in L.A. -- but Humphries bailed, leaving the judge seething.
Something's fishy. Season nine of Deadliest Catch premieres on Discovery next Tuesday, April 16, but in a sneak peek, there's a glaring omission among the fleet of fishing vessels gearing up for another crab-fishing season: Elliott Neese, captain of the Ramblin' Rose.
Kelly Ripa was moved to tears when her former Live! co-host, Regis Philbin, left his post in November 2011. But a year-and-a-half later, she's completely lost touch with him.
The only little feet pitter-pattering around the fabulous homes of Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossi will be those of dogs and cats. Married for nearly 5 years, the couple are steadfast in their decision not to have children, de Rossi explains in the May issue of Out magazine.
What would Miranda Kerr say? Kendall Jenner may be just kicking off her modeling career, but Kim Kardashian's younger half-sister already has her sights set on an ambitious gig -- that could possibly involve a set of very iconic wings.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Kris Humphries Angers Judge by Skipping Kim Kardashian Divorce Hearing, Deadliest Catch Star Elliott Neese Is Missing From the New Season Promo: Today's Top Stories
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