Khloe Kardashian reveals which sister would be named her daughter's legal guardian if necessary
What good is reality TV without a little conflict? In a sneak peek from the next edition of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," Khloe's ongoing, uncomfortable feuding with her sisters, Kim Karashian West and Kourtney Kardashian leads her to make a choice as to who would look after her daughter, True Thompson, if a legal guardian had to take over for some reason. In the clip, a pregnant Khloe has Kim and Kourtney join her for a talk about her decision. "So, I can't make anything official until the baby is born, but I am going to probably have Kim as the legal guardian if God forbid something happens," Khloe tells her sisters (via E! News). "Just because I don't know my parenting style until I have a baby, but from what I envision my parenting style to be, I do feel it will be more like Kim. A little more stricter." In another interview, Khloe explains how she decided Kim made more sense for her. "Watching Kim be a mom, I really respect her parenting skills. Not that I don't respect Kourtney's. I really relate to how Kim parents more," she says to the camera. Kim ultimately accepts the offer, telling Khloe, "It is my honor and I will take such good care of your kids," while Kourtney tells Khloe she doesn't owe her an explanation. "I've got three kids, and I'm busy on my own," Kourtney says. When Khloe responds, "You're at capacity," Kourtney asserts, "No, I'm not at capacity." Khloe then wonders if Kourtney wants "one more" little one. "One plus," Kourtney says, coyly. The eldest Kardashian sister later tells the camera, she's "a little bit disappointed" with Khloe's choice but adds that "you don't know what your parenting style is until you have kids … I think once Khloe has her own daughter and she is really a mom, then maybe she will realize that we have more in common then she thinks as far as parenting styles. You never know, Khloe might switch back to me."
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Christina Aguilera weighs in on Cards B, Nicki Minaj NYFW fight
After Cardi B's dustup with Nicki Minaj at the Harper's Bazaar New York Fashion Week party on Friday, Sept. 7, there were rumors suggesting Christina Aguilera, who was performing at the time of the fight, was angry the rappers had chosen her set to duke it out. That was not at all the case. "I wish I would have seen this juiciness go down. I didn't know!" Christina told Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday, Sept. 12 (via Us Weekly). "'Cause I'm so that person. I'm like, 'What's going on? What's happening?' I was just like, 'Oh, my God, I'm just sad I didn't get a front-row seat. That's where the real show was,'" she joked, adding a "Damn!" for good measure. She went on to explain how she found out what had happened: "We got off stage … and we went to a hotel room where I could change. And next thing I know, I hear shoes were flying and … my hairdresser was like, 'I think you're gonna be interested in something that happened while you were [on stage].'" Xtina noted she was initially told the scuffle happened while she was singing her 2002 hit, "Fighter," which she joked made her feel like her music was " invoking passion and emotion, yes!" Turns out it went down during "Genie in a Bottle." According to one partygoer who saw the fight, Cardi was the instigator. "Cardi came in swearing and shouting. Nicki just stood there and was cool. She did not flinch," said an Us source. "Cardi was throwing punches, trying to get at Nicki, and then threw a shoe at her." Security guards later cleared her out of the room. Once she was gone, she hopped on Instagram and explained she wasn't happy that Nicki had been part of a social media conversation about Cardi's "abilities to take care of" her 2-month-old daughter, Kulture. Nicki denies having said anything of the sort.
Scooter Braun worried Justin Bieber would overdose
Justin Bieber seems as happy as ever now that he's engaged to Hailey Baldwin. A few years ago, however, the singer's longtime manager, Scooter Braun, worried his client and friend's partying could kill him. "There was a time when I would go to sleep almost every night — when he had the money to fly away from me — and I was worried every night that I was going to lose him," Scooter recently said on Van Lathan's "The Red Pill Podcast." "I thought he was going to die. I thought he was going to sleep one night and that he would have so much crap in his system that he would not wake up the next morning." The substance abuse was reportedly happening around 2013 and 2014 — the same time Justin got a DUI after being caught drag racing and was involved in egg-throwing and mop bucket peeing debacles. At the time, a source told E! News Justin was refusing to go to rehab despite his team's urging. Finally, Scooter says he put his foot down by telling Justin there would be no more music until he cleaned up. "He used to yell and scream at me, and he wanted to put music out, he wanted to tour, but I thought if he did that, he would die. So, I just refused," Scooter recalled. Eventually, Justin realized his life wasn't working. "I think he made a conscious choice for himself to change, I think for a year and a half I failed miserably trying to help him, because for year and a half he didn't change …," Scooter said. "It wasn't until one day he woke up and said, 'Hey I need to talk to you, I don't want to be that person anymore.'"
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Mac Miller died long before paramedics arrived: Report
Investigators are in search of more information about a party at Mac Miller's home the night before he was found dead on Friday, Sept. 7 around noon. TMZ reports the late musician had died "hours before" a 911 call alerted authorities to what the person calling from Mac's home believed was "cardiac arrest." According to TMZ's sources, guests are believed to have been at his home partying until early in the morning on the day his body was discovered. Police say no one has been willing to confirm they saw him alive on Thursday, Sept. 6. Sources also tell the website "only a tiny amount of white powder was found" in the home by police, indicating someone may have "swept [it] clean" to hide evidence of drug use. Meanwhile, Mac's ex, Ariana Grande, whose friend Shane Powers recently said was an "unbelievably stabilizing force in [Mac's] life," remains devastated by his death. Her brother, Frankie Grande, was close friends with Mac as well, and posted a moving tribute to him on Instagram this week. "I am beyond heartbroken over Malcolm's death. He was a good friend and was wonderful to my sister," Frankie wrote, calling Mac "the reason" he got sober himself. Frankie went on to say that at each of Frankie's sobriety milestones, Mac would "be there with a gift and a card and words of encouragement." Before signing off, he said he knew Mac, who was open about his own struggles with addiction, "will be looking down on me from heaven, proudAF for every day I live my life clean and sober… 453 days and counting." Frankie closed by posting contact information for Narcotics Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous and the Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
Madonna's take on her infamous '94 'Letterman' appearance hits the auction block
Attention, Madonna fans, feminists and TV-loving rebels: A handwritten letter Madge addressed to her "fellow revolutionaries" in 1994 is going on the auction block this week and it includes her take on the now infamous appearance she made on David Letterman's show back in the '90s. During her appearance, also in 1994, she smoked a cigar, said the "F" word 14 times and bantered with Dave about things like peeing in the shower and various jokes he's made at her expense on his show over the years. "I'm sitting in my castle on a hill (the striped one that annoys everyone) and I'm admiring my rose garden," the note begins. It goes on to say she's working on new music, etc, then gets into the good stuff. "I can't help it if I know how to have fun," she writes, taking a cue from Cyndi Lauper. "And speaking of having fun, can everyone please get over the fact that I went on TV, smoke a cigar, said the F-word a few times and made David Letterman look stupid?" She continues: "I actually had a very good time, thought it was one of my better performances and proved once again how sexist the world we live in really is. If I were Andrew Dice Clay or Snoop Doggy Dogg no one would have give a [f—k]! In this country, you are not allowed to be a girl, look good, have a point of view and have a good time all at once." The auction is set to take place on RRAuction.com on Friday, Sept. 14. TMZ reports it's expected to snag somewhere between $2,000 and $3,000.
Jon Hamm on 'Batman' rumors: 'The Internet wants what it wants'
We're used to seeing Jon Hamm in a great suit, thanks to "Mad Men." But a bat suit? Maybe. During an appearance on "In Depth with Graham Bensinger," the host asks Jon about rumors he's interested in playing Batman. "I've had rumors about that since probably — since Season 1 of 'Mad Men,'" Jon replied, according to Page Six. "I've never — I've never had a conversation with anybody about it. Literally. And I've sat in the rooms with all these guys. Never been offered anything. I think the Internet wants what it wants. Can't control the internet." Noting that he's "a huge comic book fan" he said he'd certainly consider taking the role, depending on the story of the script. "I'd probably fit the suit, you know?" Jon quipped. "I have to — I'd have to work out a lot, which I don't love. … I am sure there's an interesting version of that being out there," Hamm said. "And if they wanted to tap me on the shoulder and ask me to do it, why not? But I mean — you know, a lot of people have to sign off on that, obviously — not just the Internet."
Kylie Jenner opens up about being bullied since she was 9
Kylie Jenner's celebrity status hasn't protected her from being bullied. In fact, its only given her more potential haters, as she explained this week on Snapchat. "Half of you guys think I'm weird. And the other half think I'm funny. But I've been bullied since I've been nine," she said in a clip posted on JustJared. "From the whole world it feels like sometimes. And I think, I think I've done a really great job in handling all of this. But there are bullies everywhere. So, this [is] just a little like Snapchat to tell whoever with their own bullies that the only opinion that really matters is yours and to never change …" She wrapped up the semi-PSA by telling followers: "This isn't a pity party, though, don't get it twisted. This is for those with bullies out there to know that you're not alone. Now goodnight, spread love."
Kit Harrington offers vague 'GOT' finale spoiler
It's bad enough we have to wait until 2019 to find out how "Game of Thrones" will end. Now, Kit Harrington is here with a little Jon Snow assurance that the ending is going to leave many people frustrated. "I think a TV series that's spanned eight, nine years is an incredibly difficult thing to end," Kit told MTV at the Toronto International Film Festival this week, where he was promoting "The Death and Life of John F. Donovan." (via E! News). "I think not everyone's going to be happy, you know, and you can't please everyone," he continued. "My favorite TV shows are 'Sopranos,' 'Breaking Bad,' and 'The Wire,' and they all ended in a way that … It's never going to satisfy you." Oof.
Which celebs supported Cynthia Nixon's gubernatorial campaign?
Democrats in New York State were faced with voting for either "Sex and the City" alum Cynthia Nixon or incumbent Andrew Cuomo on Thursday, Sept. 13., and by TMZ's count, Hollywood put its collective "all" into supporting one of its own over the course of Cynthia's campaign. Alec Baldwin has donated $21,000, putting him at the top of the list of famous donors, which also includes Lee Daniels ($5,000), Marisa Tomei ($1,500), "SATC" creator Darren Starr ($5,000), Sigourney Weaver ($1,000), Aaron Sorkin ($1,000) and Chelsea Handler ($2,500). Other celeb support has come from John Slattery, Amy Sedaris, Sarah Paulson, Andy Cohen, Edie Falco, Debra Messing and Rosie O'Donnell, according to TMZ. Amy Schumer, meanwhile, recently flipped her voting plan from Cynthia to the incumbent, citing her fear Cynthia lacks the experience to get things done. Cynthia campaigned on a number of liberal issues including plans to legalize marijuana, support single-payer health care and update New York City's subway system.
Prince's instruments are worth how much?!
Prince's estate has announced the singer's music equipment and assets are now worth more than $2.8 million. Following an inventory filed by the estate last week, TheBlast reported the late music icon earned $755,173.41 in royalties, $2.45 million in "other income," $20,112 in rental income and $277,000 in tax refunds over the course of the past year. According to the report, Prince's instruments alone are worth about $2,858,875.