Ahead of the sixth season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian dished on Good Morning America about the show's upcoming wedding surprises, the race to have babies, and whether rumors of sister drama are true. They also comment on recently engaged sis Kim Kardashian's ginormous bling! Watch the clip below.
Love it or leave it, the juggernaut that is reality television seems to be getting bigger every year. In 2010, those Kardashians became a popular favorite, while Survivor's Heroes vs. Villains season was a crowd-pleaser with the fans of reality competitions. Which show gets your pick for best of 2010?
Don't forget to vote in all of my Best of 2010 polls!
These little kids have reenacted Lady Gaga's "Telephone," the Jersey Shore, and The Hills, and they really just need their own reality show already. Now they're back with Keeping Up With the Kardashians and ready to turn "cupcakes into cash," while looking more like professionals skilled at parody than little kids playing dress-up.
Bonus is the miniversion of Kourtney's boyfriend and father of her child, Scott, who pretty much makes the video. After Kourtney praised his parenting skills in July, little Scott highlights his strong, vocal, and totally indifferent parenting style.
Kourtney Kardashian's boyfriend and baby daddy Scott Disick took a break from filming Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami yesterday for a shirtless dip and a dressed up dinner date. Scott's had some very public problems with Kourtney and her sisters recently, taking lots of heat from the media for being a less-than-perfect partner. Kim recently spoke up on behalf of Scott, but he and Kourtney have had their fair share of ups and downs since the birth of baby Mason last year. So, tell us — do you think Scott's really as bad as he seems on the show?
Can you guess which reality TV star said this about hitting the gym?
"I never want to go [to the gym] and I walk out dripping in sweat and it kills you, but it works."
Can you guess which member of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians clan said this about her weight?
"Some people say really mean things about my being overweight. I read something on my Twitter that was like, ‘Oh, you still need to lose a few pounds.’ And I’m just like, Seriously? Come on. If I’m happy and in shape, that’s all that should really matter."
The Kardashian girls were up to their old tricks again on this week's episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians when Khloe started having some reservations about her boyfriend, basketball player Rashad McCants. Kim, the 007 of cell phone hacking, was able to break into Rashad's cell phone's voicemail to see if there was anything worthy of confirming Khloe's fears. Let's just say that she ended up dumping the guy. Have you ever listened to a significant other's voicemail?
And to watch the clip from last season when Kim looked at Kourtney's boyfriend's phone, just read more
I'm itching to know: Do you watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians? I admit that when I've been bored and there's nothing good on TV, I've sneaked a peek or two. If you have, you'll know that Kim Kardashian and her sisters own a boutique in Calabasas called Dash. Now their designer merchandise is online at ShopDashOnline.com. Their designer roster includes See by Chloe, Milly, Lauren Moffat, among others. Check it out even if you're anti-reality show as there are some stylish clothes to be bought.
I always love it when people point out staged scenes from The Hills like when Audrina's hair miraculously changed in one scene, and then in another episode Lauren's nails went from painted for her date, then not painted as soon as she got home! Well a similar situation happened in a recent episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians when Kim got in a fight with Khloe and Kourtney. As soon as their mom Kris called to make the situation better, Kourtney's phone didn't have a pink gel case on it and then it did - during the exact same convo with her mom - weird!!
In a recent episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians older sisters Kourtney and Khloe talked to their younger sisters Kendall, 12, and Kylie, 10, about menstruation. Giggle was struck by how awkward the conversation was, but I was more concerned that the sisters are preteens and had presumably never had the "talk" with their sisters or mother before. In the US the average age of a girl's menses, or first period, is 12. When do you think you should have the "talk" with your daughter?