As if he hasn’t put Brandi through enough already, Eddie decided to post a picture on his Instagram account of himself and LeAnn mocking his ex-wife’s upcoming autobiography. How rude!
For Eddie Cibrian, cheating on ex-wife Brandi Glanville and breaking her heart mustn’t have been enough. Now, he and new wife LeAnn Rimes are taking a jab at Brandi’s latest attempt at financial support — her upcoming book, Drinking & Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders!
In a picture posted to the actor’s Instagram, the 39-year-old actor and his wife, 30, are posing with shot glasses filled with clear liquid. Attached to the photo is this snarky caption: “Drinking and instagramming whatttttttt my new book title.” Classy, Eddie.
Brandi Glanville Slams LeAnn Rimes’ Parenting
This is just the latest in a long line of public jabs between the couple and Brandi, 40. In mid-December 2012, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star spoke with Us Weekly about how she feels LeAnn isn’t a great stepmom to her two children, Jake, 5, and Mason, 9.
“She loves them, but she is endangering them,” Brandi said. “She has a severe eating disorder. If my boys get hurt, I will lose my mind. I don’t want this unstable person around them when she’s alone.”
Brandi alleged that Mason once ate one of LeAnn’s laxatives, confusing it with candy. She also mentioned an instance when Jake was seen riding his bike on a busy road without a helmet, under LeAnn’s watch.
The reality star said she was only speaking out in hopes that Eddie would finally listen. “They don’t get back to me about anything that’s going on. Eddie is a good dad. I don’t want to keep them from their father. But I need Eddie to address that there’s something going on that’s not OK.”
Brandi’s book, which is expected to dish about Eddie’s affair, will be released on Feb. 12, 2013.
Was Eddie and LeAnn’s photo out of line, HollywoodLifers?
Don’t say “diva” like it’s a dirty word. I mean, if living legend Aretha Franklin was more than happy to be front and center for VH1′s “Divas Live” extravaganza, then who are the rest of us to treat it like a common four-letter word, right?
Okay, so diva-dom might also be about milquetoast Emma Pillsbury reducing Cheesecake Factory managers to tears, and Rachel Berry’s runaway ego stomping around New York City like King Kong after an expensive blowout at the salon. It could even prompt Tina Cohen-Chang to withhold her “soup” from an ailing Blaine Anderson. Yikes!
Those opposing sides of the diva coin got scrutinized in this week’s Glee, a mostly lighthearted, music-packed hour with a moral that came from the mouth of Kurt Hummel: “Hold the nightmare, but bring the diva. Your work speaks for itself.”
If you were too busy reading Martha Stewart Weddings to catch the episode, here’s what you missed on Glee:
* Kurt, infuriated by Rachel’s increasingly inflated, post-Winter Carnival sense of self-importance, decided she needed to be “taken down a notch.” His strategy? Challenge her to NYADA’s “Fight Club” for vocalists — Midnight Madness — where he indeed proved triumphant “by the closest margin in history.” A dejected Ms. Berry couldn’t get her mojo back and decided to skip an open call for Funny Girl, not because she lost, but because she feared success would turn her into a monster and alienate her friends. Kurt, though, like a good BFF is supposed to do, helped Rachel realize that — with an occasional dose of real talk — she might be able to have it all. (Silent applause.)
* Finn, worried about New Directions’ changes at Sectionals, turned to Emma for advice. Her plan? Diva Week! Still, as the guidance counselor helped Finn whip his glee club into shape, and as he helped her put the finishing touches on her upcoming wedding ceremony, the Best Man began to develop strange feelings for the bride. When “Miss Pillsbury” had a panic attack, Finn snapped her out of it by planting a kiss — on her lips! That’s not gonna make next week’s nuptials awkward or anything…
* Speaking of wrong-minded romantic pursuits, Tina continued her pining for Blaine, right down to knocking him out with cold medicine and then straddling him to rub Vicks on his smooth, mucus-filled chest. (Eeep!) Somehow, Blaine’s lack of romantic interest made Tina a little angry, but she channeled those feelings into a lively cover of Madonna’s “Hung Up” and won Diva Week in the process. (Sorry, Unique!) Now, though, Blaine’s taking his McKinley bestie as his date to Will and Emma’s wedding, and I get the sense that she’s still holding on to the very weird idea of “a sexless thing” to get her through the school year. This doesn’t make any sense to me, but I’ll play along and see where the writers take us.
* Finally, Santana returned to McKinley, determined to create a rift between Brittany and Sam, but by the end of the hour, realized that it wasn’t her ex-girlfriend’s new relationship that was bugging her. The recent college dropout really pined for The Big Apple, and Brittany helped her realize that a bus ride to Manhattan was her destiny. A final-act rendition of “Girl on Fire” found the Lady Lopez bursting out of McKinley’s doors and emerging from a New York City subway, then heading to Kurt and Rachel’s place. Guess what, bitches? She’s moving in! (And let’s be honest, they could use an extra income to help pay what’s got to be extraordinary rent — even in distant Brooklyn.)
I’ll be back overnight to update this post with grades for every musical number and a rundown of the week’s best quotes, but until then, let me turn things over to you. What did you think of “Diva”? What was your fave musical number? Take our poll, sound off in the comments, and for all my Glee-related recaps and commentary, follow me on Twitter @MichaelSlezakTV!
‘American Idol’ auditions went to the next level on Feb. 7 as some of our favorites were sent packing after solo night! The cuts were intense — find out who went home below.
The men continued their auditions in front of judges Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj, Keith Urban, and Randy Jackson, and the solo auditions proved too stressful for some! Check out the full recap of the Feb. 7 episode below.
As the contestants prepared for their first solo performance with a full band backing them, the nerves were high and the tension was thick! Since the judges were making cuts after every eight singers, the contestants didn't have to wait too long for their results.
Those Who Went Through
Paul Jolley was first and could barely speak he was shaking so badly! But he had an amazing voice. He was criticized by Nicki for being so "defeated" on stage – she wished he had more professionalism.
Lazaro Arbos sang Lady Gaga and sounded great. Mariah called Curtis Finch Jr.'s performance "absolutely beautiful."
Devin Velez got a standing ovation from Randy in the a capella round. In his solo performance, he sang "Wonderful World."
More Standout Performances
Gurpreet Singh Sarin played the guitar and brought his usual charm. Cortez Shaw was also sent through.
Nick Voddington took a risk by playing the piano and it paid off! We’ll see him next week!
Those Who Missed The Mark
Matheus Fernandes expressed his gratitude for being there but unfortunately, fell flat on Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger."
Papa Peachez failed miserably with Lady Gaga's "You And I" and was sent packing.
Micah Johnson's inspirational story and amazing voice were not enough to woo the judges and he was eliminated.
We also said goodbye to the talented Nate Tao.
A Big Curveball
All of the guys who made it through were brought back onto the stage and told by Randy that eight more guys will be cut next week. Hollywood is tough!
Are you happy with who made it through, HollywoodLifers?
Plus Professor Shady Eyebrows’ dark plan is finally revealed!
The Mystic Falls gang was island-bound on the Feb. 7 episode of The Vampire Diaries, in the hopes of finding the cure for vampirism — but what they really needed to find was a cure for all the D-R-A-M-A! Not only did Elena (Nina Dobrev) spend the entire hour locking fangs with Rebekah (Claire Holt), but everyone’s favorite doppelganger also gave Damon (Ian Somerhalder) a bit of an ultimatum — and I can’t imagine she was too thrilled with his response. Oh, and Shane (David Alpay) is even shadier than we thought.
Pretty soon after everyone arrived on the island, Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) got hunter-napped by Shane’s flunkies — but not before giving us a phenomenal look at the goods. Bonnie (Kat Graham) needed to take pictures of his tattoo for her spell, so he just had to take off his shirt and pose while she examined every inch of his body. And it was definitely cold on that island.
Damon Tells Elena: ‘We Don’t Work!’
As for that little “ultimatum” I mentioned, Elena straight-up told Damon to take the cure with her so they could be together forever. ”Being human isn’t going to change my feelings for you!” she told him.
But did he accept her offer? Did he agree to spend the rest of his mortal life with the woman he loves? Of course not, because he may be beautiful, but he’s also an idiot.
“Face reality, Elena, we don’t work!” he told her.
Thankfully, Elena is a stubborn little Steven, so she fired back with this epic monologue:
“You think that you don’t deserve something, so you ruin it. I’m not going to let you pull that this time. Take the cure with me! That’s how certain I am that I’m going to love you even after this is all over. Be human with me. We can be together, grow old together. It doesn’t have to be hard anymore.”
But once again, Damon shut her down. “That’s not me,” he told her. “That’s Stefan,” adding that becoming human with her would be the most miserable thing he can imagine.
Seriously, Damon… WHAT. THE. F**K.
Stefan & Rebekah Heat Up
While Damon and Elena were busy going back-and-forth on the same issue they’ve faced since day one, Stefan (Paul Wesley) spent most of the hour getting cozy with Rebekah. Whether they were cuddling by the campfire, or he was saving her from irrelevant danger, it was nice to see Stefan looking genuinely happy for a change.
And unlike Damon, Stefan wants to become human; as does Rebekah, which means they can live happily ever after together like the perfect couple we all know they are.
Shane’s Dark Plan Is Revealed
We also learned three very shocking truths about Professor Eyebrows this week: First, his wife was a witch. Second, she died trying to save their son using expression. And third, he pronounces “consuming” like “cons-yooming.” (What’s up with that?)
This was also not his first trip to the island. On his last trip, his dead wife Kate appeared to him in a vision, telling him to resurrect Silas so that he could resurrect her. Along with collecting a capable witch and a fully tattooed hunter, Shane would also need to cause three massacres. Two of those massacres have already taken place — so what else could Shane have his eyebrow?
…I mean sleeve?
Tears Of A Klaus
OK, this part was really messed up for so many reasons.
Back in Mystic Falls, Tyler (Michael Trevino) was getting his jollies by taunting Klaus (Joseph Morgan), who is still very much trapped in the Gilberts’ house thanks to Bonnie’s spell. But when Klaus realized he couldn’t retaliate with words, he stabbed Caroline (Candice Accola), then nommed on her until she was almost dead! Tyler begged Klaus to save her, but he refused — until Caroline guilted him into saving her.
“You’re hurt, which means there is a part of you that’s human,” Caroline told Klaus as she neared the brink of re-death.
Am I the only one who wanted to reach through the TV and shake her?! I’m choosing to think Caroline only offered up kind words to Klaus so she would trick him into saving her life, because if she really is having feelings for this monster, she needs to have her head examined — or have her head knocked off, whichever happens first.
While I’ll admit it was nice to see Klaus cry — Joseph may play a monster, but he’s still a beautiful human — no amount of tears could ever make me change my stance on him. He’s unredeemable.
Now, if you’ll indulge me, I’d like to bring back my weekly Stelena/Delena breakdown. Since Stefan spent most of the episode canoodling with Rebekah, Team Stelena obviously didn’t earn too many points, but it’s still worth examining:
Elena seems kind of annoyed when Rebekah tells her Stefan likes her again. (+5 points)
“If I take the cure, it wouldn’t be for her. It’d be for me.” (-25 points)
TOTAL: -20 points
Elena insists her feelings for Damon won’t be cured along with her vampirism. (+50 points)
They kiss. (+100 points)
Elena tries to get him to take cure with her so they can be together forever. (15+ points)
Damon tells her taking the cure would be “miserable.” (-50 points)
TOTAL: 115 points
What did you think of this week’s episode? Do you think Damon will ever change his mind and become human with Elena? Is Caroline crazy for seeing the good in Klaus? And do you think Shane is really evil, or just out for his own interest? Drop me a comment with your review of the episode!
If God is an American Idolfan — and that’s a big “if,” considering where Jennifer Hudson, Ricky Braddy and Pia Toscano have finished over the years — then perhaps Nicki Minaj is the insane, mumbly-mouthed angel sent (ejected?) from above, here to drop harsh truths and a wacky kind of honesty that have been missing from the show for far too long.
Certainly, Nicki’s anti-sob story, pro-weirdness, “give us one minute of professionalism” stance injected much-needed energy into Night 2 of Season 12′s gender-segregated Hollywood Week, following a Wednesday night telecast that all too often blared like a giant neon sign proclaiming, “Sorry About the Guys! (But Next Week We’ll Have Some Really Awesome Female Singers Who Could Give Us a Kelly- or Carrie-Style Sales Boost.”
Which isn’t to say Nicki is always on-point — cue Mariah Carey’s Clenched Jaw of Barely Suppressed Rage (TM) — but at least you get the sense that she’s saying what’s on her crazy mind, rather than waiting for a producer to feed her an opinion from underneath the judges’ table. And during a quick, one-hour rundown that focused on a selection of the guys’ final solo performances and narrowed their ranks down to just 28 singers, Nicki’s bon mots made for good TV.
Also especially entertaining tonight? Devin Velez (pictured), Cortez Shaw, Jimmy Smith, Nick Boddington, and Micah Johnson. (How the last-named singer got cut is a mystery worthy of Jessica Fletcher!)
Anyhow, I’ll be back overnight to update this post with a full episode recap including reviews of every performance — bookmark, refresh, and enjoy! — but until then, let me turn things over to you. What did you think of Night 2 of American Idol Season 12 Hollywood Week? Is Nicki making the show more entertaining? And did any of tonight’s singers sound like potential winners to you? Sound off in the comments, and for all my Idol-related news, recaps, interviews and videos, follow me on Twitter @MichaelSlezakTV!
A source close to Chris, 23, tells HollywoodLife.com that the R&B star’s day in court took a greater toll than he let on. “Chris was a wreck yesterday, man,” our insider says. “Even though court was cool, he was a wreck. He tried to keep it together but…he just couldn’t, but he let that s**t go in private. He has to put on smile in public, but behind all the cameras and s**t, you know, he’s hurting.”
Rihanna Helps Calm Chris Brown Down
The friend tells us that Breezy owes a lot to Rihanna, 24, when it comes to helping him get through the day. “Rihanna be there telling him to calm down, and…if it wasn’t for her, he would be going through it,” the source says. “She’s on his side when nobody else ain’t and I know [Chris] appreciates that to the fullest. Even yesterday, after stupid a** court, she hugged him and told him ‘Everything is going to be OK’, and then everybody that was there [left] and gave them their space.
“She’s cool for all she doing for [Chris,] and like I said, he appreciates all of it,” the insider says.
RiRi’s Motivational Tweet For Breezy
RiRi spent the entire day with her man, even emerging from the courthouse arm-in-arm. As they did, she tweeted, “@TheGodLight: When it seems like the world is against you, remember that God is behind your every positive loving thought. #nevaforget."
Do you think it’s great that Rihanna is supporting Chris through this rough patch, HollywoodLifers?
CBS has successfully concluded contract negotiations with Josh Charles, whose unique four-year deal was set to expire in May, TVLine has learned exclusively.
According to sources, the Emmy-nominated actor agreed to extend his pact by a year, thereby ensuring that Will Gardner will be around at least through Season 5. (Although The Good Wife has yet to be renewed by CBS, a fifth season is a foregone conclusion, per TVLine’s trusty Renewal Scorecard.)
The relatively short length of Charles’ initial deal is somewhat unusual in TV circles, where six- or-seven year commitments are the norm. It’s believed that his Good Wife co-stars (with the exception of Chris Noth, who has his own special arrangement with the show) all signed six-year contracts when they joined the show.
News that Charles re-upped no doubt comes as a relief to Good Wife creators Robert and Michelle King, who likely would’ve had to rework the show’s remaining Season 4 episodes to set the stage for Will’s departure.
After what was arguably the longest summer break in television history, Greendale Community College reopened on Thursday night. But did Community‘s first post-Dan Harmon offering leave you feeling cool, cool, cool? Or did it leave you cold?
We're eager to hear your thoughts on the cult fave’s comeback, but first, here’s the deal, Jessica Biel (thanks, Britta):
A majority of the season opener consists of a show-within-a-show — a multi-cam comedy called Abed’s Happy Community College Show, to be exact. Some quality (?) therapizing from Britta prompts Danny Pudi’s alter ego to retreat to his happy place (the aforementioned imaginary sitcom) when he can’t deal with all of the change afoot in the real world — a trigger that Jeff sets off in abundance during the half hour.
It turns out the group leader needs just one more history credit to graduate early, and Abed & Co. are none to pleased about that prospect. The main concern from all parties involved is that if someone leaves campus — and thus the group — will the friendships remain intact? Still, Jeff competes in a “Hunger Deans” battle for the coveted enroll code that will make his college transcripts complete — that is until “New Jeff” wins out and chooses Abed’s well-being over his own desires. (Don’t worry, Dean ultimately creates another history course for Jeff to take.)
Elsewhere in the episode:
• Funnyman Fred Willard plays Pierce to perfection in Abed’s Happy Community College Show
• Abed creates a show-within-a-show-within-a-show, as well. The result: the animated Greendale Babies, a spoof on the classic Muppet Babies.
• Britta and Troy, now officially a couple, attempt to create their own new traditions (without replacing those the latter already has with his other life partner, Abed).
• Annie calls her own future into question, confessing to Shirley that maybe everything she has planned isn’t really what she wants at all.
• Dean Pelton and Jeff Winger tango — and it’s glorious.
• A naked Chang reappears and is suffering from something he calls “Changnesia.” He also now goes by the name “Kevin.”
It was a jam-packed 30 minutes with tons of laughs and countless creative gags, but the question remains: Was it still the Community you’ve known and loved for three seasons? Or could you feel the absence of the series creator Harmon — who, as you well know, was replaced at the end of last season by veteran comedy writers David Guarascio and Moses Port?
My opinion: The show is certainly still funnier than most and boasts one of the most talented ensembles in recent memory, but the episode — written by longtime Community scribe Andy Bobrow — did have a slightly different feel than in years past. That said, it’s still far too early to know whether or not Greendale has been changed forever, or if this is just the same, beloved story narrated by someone(s) new. For now, I’m reserving judgement and pledging my allegiance to Community‘s E Pluribus Anus flag.
What say you, TVLiners? Hit the poll below to let us know what grade you give Community, then back up your grade in the comments!
John opens up about his prior womanizing ways, insisting that he’s a changed man from the one who dated Taylor in a new interview! Read on for all the details.
John Mayer‘s earned himself quite a negative reputation for the way he’s treated, and spoken about, the women he’s dated, including sweet Taylor Swift. In a new interview with CBS Sunday Morning, the 35-year-old rocker finally admits that he wasn’t always the nicest guy, but insists that he’s changed his ways!
In the new interview, set to air on Feb. 10, John tells interviewer Anthony Mason, bluntly, “I was just a jerk.” “It’s very liberating when you finally realize it’s impossible to make everyone like you,” he adds.
John Mayer Past Relationships — He Just Wanted To Be Loved
The “Your Body Is A Wonderland” singer implies that his womanizing attitude came from a desire for acceptance. “I want everybody to like me. I thought I was one shuck and jive away in every direction,” he says.
Taylor Swift ‘Dear John’ — Attacks John Mayer With Song
John infamously dated Taylor, 23, back in early 2012, a relationship the country singer chronicled in the song “Dear John”, off of her album Speak Now. In the track, she really let John have it, singing, “Dear John, I see it all now it was wrong/Don't you think nineteen's too young/To be played by your dark, twisted games/When I loved you so, I should’ve known.”
John Responds To ‘Dear John’ In ‘Rolling Stone’
In July of 2012, John finally spoke publicly about the revenge song, telling Rolling Stone that it left him feeling “humiliated”. “It made me feel terrible,” he said. “Because I didn't deserve it. I'm pretty good at taking accountability now, and I never did anything to deserve that. It was a really lousy thing for her to do."
We hope that John truly is a changed man. Maybe new girlfriend Katy Perry, whom he’s been dating on and off since late 2012, has been beneficial for him? He’s expected to discuss his new relationship in the interview, which airs in its entirety on CBS at 9:00am on Feb. 10.
Are you glad that John’s finally owning up to his prior jerky behavior, HollywoodLifers?
WATCH: John Mayer’s ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ Interview Preview
On Monday’s Bones (Fox, 8/7c), Brennan will have a close call with death that causes her to see her deceased mother (played by Brooke Langton). Naturally, it makes the überscientific and logical forensic anthropologist contemplate not only the existence of an afterlife, which she doesn’t believe in, but also her relationship with Booth. Emily Deschanel spoke with reporters to preview the powerful hour.
WHAT GOES WRONG | "Booth and Brennan have a fight. Brennan believes that Booth is criticizing her parenting style and runs out and ends up at the lab at night to finish working on a case, and that's when she gets shot," previews Deschanel. Since the doc is facing maternal challenges and can’t seek her late mom’s advice, "It's quite fitting that this issue that she's dealing with, in a way, causes her to see her mother again, and hopefully ease that pain she's dealing with because she doesn't have a mother around." So who’s responsible for the shot that takes Brennan to the great beyond? "Pelant is one of the first thoughts everybody has," says the actress. "I’m not going to tell you if he is involved or not."
WHAT CHANGES | Temperance’s interaction with her mom will reveal "why Brennan behaves in the way that she does, is hyper-rational and has cut off her emotions in many ways, even though over the last few years she's opened up after knowing Booth," Deschanel says. But after going through such a traumatic experience — not to mention an encounter that she never thought possible — Brennan has to evolve, right? "As the season goes on, it's a subtle change. It's not like people are discussing it right afterwards, but I think it will be addressed in later episodes this season. … It shines a light on her behavior and maybe encourages her to change a bit."
WHO COMES BACK | Brennan’s mama isn’t the only family member who makes an appearance. Fearing that he’s "losing" his daughter, Ryan O’Neal’s Max also shows up at her bedside. "He gives a wonderful performance," raves the actress. "It's an emotional episode for his character… and there's a communication between my mother and my father through [Brennan]."
WHAT’S NEXT | Could Brennan’s experience on the other side, coupled with Booth’s recent comment about living in sin, change her mind about marriage? "Something like this always makes you look at every situation in your life and think, ‘Is this how I want it to be?’" teases Deschanel. "We are moving towards some kind of answers on that. We discuss it in an episode that we’re about to shoot next week." (The actress however adds that "there's not necessarily a resolution" to the issue.) Meanwhile, the ball is still firmly in Temp’s court after Booth told her she’d have to be the one to pop the question. "She’s also said that she’s not getting married," points out Deschanel. "So far, having a child hasn’t changed that or at least changed her stubbornness about asking him. So we’ll see. If it happens — and I imagine at some point it will — I look forward to seeing what Brennan's proposal to Booth is like. But so far, I can't say I know definitively that that’s happening yet."
Rocker Jack White tells Conan O’Brien how three staples on a mid-century modern couch influenced his musical career, geeks try to find love at Comic-Con, and last year’s popular web series, Squaresville, debuts its second season. Plus, Phineas and Ferb spawns a new web show.
Serious Jibber-Jabber | This relatively new web series features O’Brien talking “for a long time with interesting people.” The late-night comedian handpicks his interview subjects and deftly navigates a wide range of topics with each guest. The fourth installment features a fascinating conversation with Grammy-winning musician/producer White.
The Real Rob| What's making us happy this week? Rob Michael Hugel of "I Hate Being Single" fame has started his own vlog, that's what. He plans to answer viewer questions and, apparently, eat tacos on camera.
Geek Love| Formerly a TLC series, each episode of this web continuation features the exploits of a sweet geek looking for amour at New York Comic-Con. In the fifth episode, Nydia, dressed as Cheetara from ThunderCats, interviews her potential mates at a speed dating event. Potential suitors put their best foot forward, while Nydia maintains a poker face about who she likes best. Will Cheetara’s “sixth sense” help her find a partner in comic book crime?
Doof's Daily Dirt| Goofy Dr. Doofenshmirtz (Dan Povenmire), the blundering baddie from Phineas and Ferb, scored his own 13-episode web series where he rattles on about all-thing pop culture. He tackles such topics as Internet acronyms, last summer's earworm "Call Me Maybe," Honey Boo Boo Child and much more.
Squaresville| Our favorite high school misfits have returned for more misadventures! Season 1 ended with Zelda’s (Mary Kate Wiles) boy troubles getting in the way of her friendship with Esther (Kylie Sparks). When Esther needed someone to lean on, Zelda was too consumed with her “poofy-haired dumb ass” boyfriend to see that. At the start of Season 2, Zelda and Esther are still at odds, while Percy (Austin Rogers) tries to avoid getting caught in the middle.
What are your faves? Comment away below, and feel free to offer your own recommendations!
After Kim showed off her golden ‘KW’ engagement ring, we all wondered: Could Kanye have possibly proposed to his baby mama? Only HollywoodLife.com has the truth behind this mystery!
On Feb. 7, Kim Kardashian, 32, flaunted a new ring on her Instagram account — a golden ring with the initials ‘KW’ on it, worn like an engagement band! Even though her divorce from Kris Humphries, 28, is far from finalized, could boyfriend and baby daddy Kanye West, 35, have actually proposed with a ring bearing his initials?
A source close to Yeezy tells HollywoodLife.com that, unless the rapper is staying very tight-lipped, this ring isn’t as serious as one might think! “Kim like to keep ya’ll guessing and unless Kanye keeping his mouth shut, I don’t think they’re engaged,” our insider says.
Though the new photo is the first time we’ve seen the ring, our source tells us that it’s not the first time the reality starlet’s rocked it! “…She’s had that ring for a while and has been sporting it all over the place last year. So the ring ain’t nothing new. I just think she’s committed to him and want to share that with people and that’s why she blasted that s**t.”
Kanye West Waiting To Propose To Kim Kardashian
Even though Kim was spotted picking her engagement ring out at Cartier in Beverly Hills on Jan. 31, our insider says that Kanye probably won’t propose until her divorce is final. “I know the girl loves [Kanye] on some real s**t, but I ain’t heard nothing about Kanye proposing to her or no s**t like that. I don’t even think he would propose to her knowing she still married legally and s**t, but you never know. When it comes to matters of the heart, anything is possible and we’re dealing with Kim and Kanye so what that tell you?”
Do you think that Kim’s ‘KW’ ring is a sweet way to show her love for Kanye, HollywoodLifers?