TV Watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians
Kendall Jenner may not have attended her high school prom, but she has zero regrets about it.
The reality star–turned–fashion model took to her website and app to let fans know that they could still enjoy a fun night without having to shell out tons of money for the big school dance.
"Sooo, I'm not sure if you knew this about me, but I didn't go to prom," Jenner's post began. "I feel like – whatever, it's not that big of a deal! You're not going to regret it the rest of your life, I can promise you that. If you're spending the night alone, read on for three options that are totally memorable and fun!"
Looks like Kim Kardashian West was not happy about being kicked out of mom Kris Jenner's house.
In a sneak peek at Sunday's Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the 35-year-old reality star visits sister Khloé Kardashian after finding out that Jenner has removed all the furniture from her room in the house they were sharing.
Rob Kardashian may have sprung his relationship with Blac Chyna on his family, but Kim Kardashian West was determined to play by her own rules.
On Sunday's episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians , the 35-year-old tells sisters Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian about a phone call in which Rob apparently tried to force Kardashian West to talk to his future fiancée – but the Webby Award winner wasn't having it.
"He put me on speaker and then he was like, 'Oh, Kim, Chyna's in the room. I just wanted to tell you so you didn't think I was alone,' " the mom of two reveals.
Kanye West got serious on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Thursday, launching into a seven-minute oration about changing the world that had even funny lady DeGeneres sitting in silence.
Any man would be lucky to date Khloé Kardashian – she's full of seductive surprises!
The 31-year-old reality star took to her website and app on Wednesday to share her tips for spicing up a long-term relationship.
"I've been in a couple of long-term relationships, and there's one thing I've learned: Never stop dating!!!" Kardashian began. "That might sound weird, but it's so important to actually DATE your husband or wife."
Khloé Kardashian says that her decision to divorce Lamar Odom is at odds with her personal beliefs – but that her relationship with God has helped her find peace.
In the latest issue of Lena Dunham's Lenny Letter, the 31-year-old opens up about her spirituality, explaining that although her famous family might not seem "devout," they still have have faith.
"My relationship with spirituality has changed over the years, but I've never stopped believing," Kardashian wrote, saying she was raised by late father Robert Kardashian in the Christian faith. "I've always been a very spiritual person. I believe with every fiber of my being that there is a higher power. Believing in a higher power is what guides me to make the right decisions."
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star went on to reveal how filing for divorce from 36-year-old Odom, which came after four years of marriage, tested her beliefs.
"It was a challenge for me when I decided to get divorced," Kardashian said. "At my core, I don't believe in divorce, but I came to a point in my marriage where I had to make the choice to take care of my own mental and emotional well-being in order to protect myself and my happiness."
Four months have passed since Lamar Odom left the hospital following his overdose last October, and the 36-year-old former athlete's recent behavior has Khloé and her family worried.
"Khloé and her family have all expressed concerns," says a Keeping Up with the Kardashians insider of Odom, who was spotted drinking alcohol twice in the last few weeks, a pattern which medical sources have described as unwise. "The family doesn't think Lamar should be drinking, and they are nervous about his behavior."