Kourtney Kardashian is still upset with her boyfriend over his Instagram comment
Kourtney Kardashian isn't too happy with her boyfriend of two years, Younes Bendjima, this week. The 25-year-old male model dissed Kourtney for posting a revealing photo that showed her backside in a barely-there bathing suit on Monday, July 16. "That's what you need to show to get likes?" he asked in the comments. He deleted the comment, but not before The Shade Room captured a screenshot of it. Now, insiders say Kourtney's irritated with her beau's habit of airing dirty laundry about their relationship online. "Kourtney doesn't appreciate Younes posting his feelings in a public forum and being impulsive," a Kardashian source tells E! News. "She's frustrated that he continues to get upset about it. She isn't going to stop doing what she's doing and feels like he needs to understand and deal with it. Younes gets jealous and can be possessive of Kourtney. When she posts half naked pictures, he gets very upset. He wants her for himself and doesn't want to share her with the world." According to E!'s source, the comment may have been sparked by the emotions Younes was feeling after the two spent a few weeks together in Europe. "It was sad when they had to say goodbye and she returned to the States. He's been missing her like crazy and got emotional," the insider explains. From Kourtney's perspective, though, posting sexy shots on social media is a professional responsibility. "Kourtney has explained its part of her job and it's not going to change. But it still makes him uncomfortable and upset," says the source. "He overreacted and put up a comment without thinking it through. Then he realized what he did made it even worse. He was just not thinking in the moment and got emotional. … [He] wants to be able to deal with this side of Kourtney's life and knows he needs to accept it if they are going to be together."
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New mom Khloe Kardashian is 'anxious' about being back at work full-time
Three months after she and Tristan Thompson welcomed their daughter, True, Khloe Kardashian is back to work at her Good American jeans company on a daily basis now — and she's nervous about it. "I've never had to juggle a baby and work at the same time, so it'll be interesting to see how I'll learn to handle everything," Khloe wrote on her app this week (via Us Weekly). "Women do it every single day, so I know I'll get through it — I'm just anxious because it's the unknown. But I'm fortunate and blessed that I have a job where I'm allowed to bring my daughter pretty often." Khloe co-founded Good American with her business partner Emma Grede back in 2016; the company became a literal overnight success story, pulling in $1 million in its first day on the market.
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Amal Clooney 'wouldn't leave George's side' after scooter wreck
After George Clooney suffered a serious accident on his scooter on the way to the "Catch-22" set in Sardinia on July 10, his wife, Amal Clooney, stuck to the actor like glue. That's according to a source who tells People Amal "wouldn't leave his side" following the accident, which threw George into the air when a man, who said he was blinded by the sun at the time, drove into his lane. Another insider adds that both of the couple's families "were very worried and on the telephone reassuring one another, saying how lucky George was," as "he could have been killed." The 57-year-old was ultimately "a little banged up but fine," thanks in part to the fact that he was wearing a helmet. He's now back at work. As for Amal? "After being with them," a family insider says, "you realize what a truly loving couple they are."
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Why Cardi B has not hired a nanny for Kulture
When it comes to taking care of her new daughter, Kulture, Cardi B is looking to her own family for inspiration, support and help. She posted an Instagram thank-you clip this week about how much her mother, sister and father have done for her since she had her baby as well as why she's not interested in hiring outside help. "I'm a very blessed person," Cardi says in the clip (through a tiny toy monkey she's holding on the camera because … sure). "I know y'all see all the blessings that God be giving me in my life, but one thing is that I've been blessed since birth," she continues. The rapper goes on to say neither her mother nor her sister have "left my sight" since Kulture arrived and that her father has been out "running errands" all over New York City for the past few days. "I'm so grateful for them," she gushes. "I have not gotten a nanny yet. I just want to learn how to be a mom. I want to enjoy every single second of it since I'm going back to work," Cardi adds in the clip, which she captioned: "I love my parents and my sister 💗It makes me emotional to know how much they love me!Nothing in this world to repay all the love and help and support they give me🌺🌺🌺💐💐💖💖." Cardi and her husband Offset welcomed Kulture Kiari July 10 in Atlanta.
Nikki Bella says she and John Cena have grown apart ahead of their wedding
It sounds like Nikki Bella has cold feet about marrying John Cena again. In a clip from "Total Bellas" released by E! News this week, Nikki admits her stomach's been in knots during her bachelorette trip to Paris. Talking to her sister, Brie Bella, and friends about the upcoming wedding, Nikki says glumly that John's only demand for the ceremony is that she "show up." "Every little part of this wedding, it's like, it's going back," she says, referring to the couple's pre-wedding split earlier this year. Though one of her friends says it's great that Nikki is "finally telling people what you want," the WWE star seems unmoved. "I feel like I'm continuing to grow more apart from John, and I should be growing closer to him," she says to the camera at one point. "I don't want to ruin anyone's weekend and they're all here for me, so even though I'm feeling all these emotions, I just think I want to keep this to myself for a bit longer. As long as I can, at least."
Emilia Clarke's 'GoT' character is getting her own beer
It won't get the final season of "Game of Thrones" on TV any faster, but starting this fall, fans can at least toast Daenerys Targaryen while they wait to see if she manages to take over the Seven Kingdoms for good. Brewery Ommegang announced this week it plans to release a boozy homage to the Mother of Dragons as part of its Royal Reserve Collection on Sept. 28. According to press release excerpted by Us Weekly, the new beer, which follows brews created in honor of Tyrion Lannister and Cersei Lannister, is a combination of a smoked porter and a Belgian kriek meant to represent the "smoke and fire that Daenerys has unleashed on her opponents during her ascent to conquer and rule the Seven Kingdoms." (It's also a better idea than the short-lived and presumably marketing bro-designed "Handmaid's Tale"-themed wine Lot18 and MGM scrapped after social media users noted rapey dystopias don't pair well with meals.) Anyway, a fourth "Game of Thrones" beer is also in the works. Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys, said "goodbye" to the long-running show in an emotional post last month when she finished filming the last season. The eighth and final season of the hit HBO series airs in 2019.
Leslie Jones slams Jessica Alba's Honest Company after botched delivery
Leslie Jones may have helped catapult Jessica Alba's Honest Company to a billion-dollar money-maker but she made it pretty clear this week she's done with them. "Ok @Honest you just lost a good customer," she tweeted on Tuesday, April 17 (via the New York Post). "@jessicaalba please address your company that is not doing good business. I have use your company for more than three years now and these last three orders have been a nightmare!! I have spend too much money here for that to happen!!" She went on to say she paid extra for what was listed as "next day air" for diaper cakes that didn't arrive in time. "We're so sorry your order was delayed," read a reply from the company's feed. "Our diaper cakes are handmade and can take 1-3 days to process. We value your feedback and we're always looking for ways to improve. We appreciate your love for Honest – thank you for giving us the chance to make this right." The "SNL" star then pointed out there was an easy way to avoid the mixup. "Next day air should not be a f—— option. it should be made clear that the order is sent after processing which you don't do," she posted. "It's not overnight if it gets there in a week. you charging me damn near 50 dollars for. The last three orders were late. It wasn't like that before." Although the company's diaper cakes listing online now includes a note telling customers the cakes won't be shipped for one to three days after the order is received, the Post says it's unclear if the disclaimer was added after the comic complained publicly. Jessica Alba chimed in to apologize as well. "Omg! I'm so so sorry you haven't had a great experience," she posted. "We are all over this issue and will make it right. I am so appreciative and grateful to you for being a loyal Honest fan over the years, especially as we go through these growing pains. I'm a huge fan of yours🙏🏽. JA." Leslie later added, "So disappointed cause I've spent a lot of money with y'all!"
Stork news for Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried
Desiree Hartsock and her husband, Chris Siegfried, are expecting their second child. Us Weekly recently checked in with "The Bachelorette" alum and bridal gown designer, who said this time around, she's working through the pregnancy in the hopes of getting some looks ready now for when her hands are full with a new baby starting in January. Chris, meanwhile, has been pitching in wherever possible. "I've jumped back into it," he says. "I cook and let Des relax as much as she can." The couple are also parents to nearly 2-year-old Asher, who apparently only sort of gets that his mom is pregnant. "We'll say, 'Where's the baby?' And he'll point to my stomach," says Desiree, adding, "I still don't think he understands, but he's doing it."
Paris Hilton calls Lindsay Lohan a 'pathological liar'
There's truth to the adage old habits die hard — at least, when it comes to pals-turned-nemeses, Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan. It seems that with Nicky Hilton handling Paris' wedding planning duties, Paris has plenty of time to cruise around the interwebs checking out her fan sites. JustJared noticed that a recent Instagram post on Paris2000s showed a zillion year old video of Lindsay telling a paparazzo Paris had thrown a drink at her at a party. "It's not OK," Lindsay complains in the clip. The video then shows Lindsay saying that in fact Paris had not thrown said drink at her. She then calls Paris a certain four-letter word derived from the female anatomy. Ahem. Paris' response? A laughing Emoji alongside the hashtag "pathological liar." Way to party like it's 2005, girlfriend.
Tevor Noah's French World Cup team comments slammed as 'racist'
Trevor Noah is facing serious backlash over a joke from the Monday, July 16, edition of "The Daily Show." Announcing that "Africa won the World Cup" in reference to France's victory over Croatia in the final, the South Africa-born comic explained: "I get it, they have to say it's the French team. But look at those guys. You don't get that tan by hanging out in the south of France, my friends." He went on to say, "Basically if you don't understand, France is Africans' backup team. Once Senegal and Nigeria got knocked out, that's who we root for." The response online was swift and negative. "This is what racists say about our team here in France," posted French comedian Kevin Razy. "You didn't know, now you know." Another critic pointed out that virtually the entire team was French by birth. "98% of the players were born in France," the user tweeted, according to the New York Post. "Only two players were born in Africa, but they came at the age of two. So they've grown up in France." As of Wednesday morning, Trevor had not responded to the criticism.