It’s been one year since Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint during Paris Fashion Week, and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the 38-year-old reality star refuses to attend this year’s festivities. “Kim will most likely not be returning to Paris for a very, very long time,” a source close to the KUWTK clan said, adding that she is “still dealing with the trauma” from the terrifying incident. However, that does not mean that Kardashian’s fashion-savvy sisters will not be going!
Fergie hasn’t let her split from hubby of eight years Josh Duhamel slow her down! While at an event in NYC last night to promote her new album Double Dutchess, the 42-year-old singer said that the record was like her “second child.”Ironically, a source close to the former couple and parents to 5-year-old son Axl told RadarOnline.com exclusively that Fergie’s choice not to have an actual second child was what caused the end of her marriage!
Abby Lee Miller has finally found her clique in prison, as RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the 51-year-old former Dance Moms diva has latched on to a group of out-and-proud lesbians! “She has gotten close to a couple of women who took pity on her a couple of weeks ago,” a prison source told Radar. “They were in the hair room where Abby was blow drying her hair after a shower and they asked her if they could braid her hair.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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