Kendall Jenner left her big sister Kim Kardashian stunned when she pranked her with pregnancy news for the debut of their sibling Khloe's new TV show.
In the first episode of 'Kocktails with Khloe,' which will air in America on Wednesday night (January 20), viewers will be able to watch new mum Kim's reaction when the model tells her she's with child.
She was planning on traveling to five cities this February to speak on transgender issues but it turns out Caitlyn Jenner won’t be embarking on her “Up Close and Personal” tour after all.
According to several sources, the “I Am Cait” star has backed out of her contract with the Unique Lives and Experiences organization, which had her booked at venues in Denver, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto and Vancouver.
In the latest clip from “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” Kim Kardashian declares, “I feel like you finally are done. You’re way closer to being over it. Before I thought you were so into it. And I was like, ‘Oh God, here we go.’”
Her estranged husband Lamar Odom is still in the hospital and Khloe Kardashian intends on having a proper Thanksgiving feast even if it means she has to bring the turkey to his bedside.
Earlier this week, the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star explained, “After our family Thanksgiving dinner is over, I invite friends to join, especially friends who don’t have family around. So we have a family Thanksgiving, a friends Thanksgiving, and this year I will also be having a hospital Thanksgiving.”
While everyone has been so positive about Caitlyn Jenner’s gender transition (she won an ESPY for goodness sake!), Khloe Kardashian wants the world to know that seeing her stepdad go from man to woman also had its complications.
In her interview with “The Project” on Thursday (July 30), the E! reality star explained, “With Caitlyn, I mean, it's a beautiful thing that she's transitioned and that she is strong enough to have her own voice and wanting to make such monumental, beautiful moves and be that crusader to do so. But I think there was a hard time for the entire family, that we were all transitioning with her, but in front of an audience, I think that's not really the normal way to go about it, you know. There is a lot of raw emotions- it's hard to do in front of a camera.”