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Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian Bio:

(born 21.10.1980) is an American celebrity, known primarily for her public social appearances, sex-tape scandal and as a reality television star.

Net worth: Kim Kardashian has a net worth of $51 million, according to Forbes in 2017.

Childhood: Kim was born in Los Angeles, California, to Robert Kardashian and Kris Jenner (nee Houghton). Robert Kardashian was a top lawyer, best known for defending O.J. Simpson when Simpson was charged with the double murder of his wife and her friend. Robert died on 30.9.2003.

Kim’s mother had divorced Robert in 1989 and married Bruce Jenner, a former Olympian. Kim also has two sisters, Kourtney and Khloe, as well as a brother, Robert. In addition to this, she has two stepbrothers; Burton and Brandon Jenner, a step-sister (reality TV star Brody Jenner) and two half-sisters, Kendall and Kylie Jenner. Kim attended an all-girl’s Catholic school in Los Angeles and helped out at her father’s music marketing firm, Movie Tunes.

Career: Having been lifelong friends with the heiress Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian was introduced to the socialite scene in the early 2000’s. Kardashian herself first encountered a degree of notoriety when a tape of her having sex with the rapper Ray J became available.

Far from damaging her prospects, Kardashian built a life in the spotlight around the incident. She began with a reality TV series, entitled Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which featured her and her family and aired on the E! channel in the US.

She went on to act in ‘Beyond the Break’ and Disaster Movie though never quite forged an acting career for herself. She has had more success presenting TV shows such as Wrestlemania XXIV and serving as a judge on America’s Next Top Model. She was also selected as a contestant on the popular Dancing with the Stars.

Kim Kardashian owns a clothing boutique with her sister, entitled D-A-S-H, along with her sisters Kourtney and Khloe. She has also launched a number of beauty products, such as the charitable LipFusion lipgloss and the Kardashian Glamour Tan.

Deciding to step behind the camera for a change, Kim Kardashian produced the reality show The Spin Crowd, which focuses on her friend’s PR company, Command PR.

She also turned her hand to music and the video for her track ‘Jam (Turn It Up)’ was directed by Hype Williams, featuring a cameo from Kanye West.

In 2014, Kardashian posed nude in a now infamous portrait for the cover of Paper magazine. She was said to ‘Break the internet’. That year she also launched her hit mobile app game ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’.

In 2015, she released her first book; a collection of selfies called ‘Selfish’. She also unveiled her very own IOS emoji called Kimoji.

Personal Life: Kim Kardashian married the music producer Damon Thomas in 2000. Their relationship was short-lived and the pair divorced in 2004. She went on to date a number of high-profile men, including the model Gabriel Aubry, Miami Dolphins player Reggie Bush and the Dallas Cowboys player Miles Austin.

In October 2010, she started dating Kris Humphries, a basketball player for the New Jersey Nets. They were engaged in May 2011 and married in August 2011. The marriage preparations and ceremony were subjects of a TV show that aired on E! in October 2011. After just 72 days of marriage, Kim Kardashian filed for divorce. Humphries has accused Kim Kardashian of fraud and has requested that a judge issue an annulment rather than the requested divorce.

Kim married Kanye West in Florence, Italy in 2014. The two have two children together; daughter North West born on June 15th 2013 and son Saint West born on December 5th 2015.

In 2016, Kim was robbed at gunpoint at her apartment in France during Paris Fashion Week. They allegedly tied her up and stole $10 million worth of jewellery. Production of ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ was temporarily halted, and after the incident the reality star remained remarkably quiet on social media.

 

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What Diana death means to me now, 20 years later: Timson

What Diana death means to me now, 20 years later: Timson

What Diana death means to me now, 20 years later: Timson. 

I have learned to not turn her into a feminist heroine rebelling against the stifling Royal Family. She was more complicated.

We had driven home, wearily unpacked mountains of stuff from a family vacation, and I had collapsed in bed early, thinking I’ll deal with the laundry tomorrow.

Around midnight, my husband firmly shook my arm to wake me up. What, I moaned. “Big story,” he said. “Diana’s been in a car crash. She’s dead.”

Diana, Princess of Wales, a young, woefully undereducated aristocrat with a wicked sense of humour, whose virginal pedigree qualified her at 20 to marry Prince Charles, 32, heir to the British throne, died when she was just 36 on Aug. 31, 1997, after a horrific car crash in a Paris tunnel.

Despite her glorious 1981 carriage ride as millions watched to her “fairy-tale” wedding to Prince Charles, Diana had already taken quite a detour from Happily Ever After.

There was her scandalous openness about her unhappy marriage. The couple separated after 11 years in 1992, and divorced in 1996.

(“There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded,” she told one interviewer, referring to her then husband’s long liaison with Camilla Parker Bowles, whom he subsequently married in 2005). There was her bulimia, her own liasons, and after the divorce, the subsequent stripping away of most of her title and membership in the world’s most stable monarchy.

But this tragic end was so shocking it left one stoic British television announcer in tears.

I stumbled from bed to television, where I sat numbly for hours and then days (who did the laundry? Not I) watching the tragedy unfold.

Diana’s death, the 20th anniversary of which will be observed next week, would upend the Royal Family, change the nature of public grieving and leave her sons William, 15, and Harry, 12, without a mother.

Despite the marital turmoil, Diana’s love for her boys was apparently so extravagant that when William and Harry for the first time recently publicly recalled in depth her laughter and fierce hugs, it was with a sad tenderness that’s hard to watch.

“It was that love that even if she was on the other side of a room, that you as a son could feel it,” Harry says haltingly in the new HBO documentary Diana Our Mother: Her Life and her Legacy.

The movie, which aired this week on CBC, honours Diana’s devotion to AIDS patients, and her high-profile campaign to end landmines.

But it is really a vehicle to finally allow the public what they’ve always craved — full access to mourn alongside Diana’s sons.

The Royal Family clearly learned from its disastrous initial reaction to Diana’s death, which saw them pull up the emotional drawbridge and stay secluded with the misguided idea that her death was a private matter.

It wasn’t until an outraged public demanded they do so that the family came out to acknowledge the public grief — and to some extent their own.

The weeping public, the finger-pointing, and most of all the cellophane wrapped bouquets, stretched on as far as the eye could see.

Blame was heaped on the paparazzi ferociously pursuing the Princess and her lover Dodi Fayed, who also, along with the driver, died in the accident; and on the royals, who had exploited Diana as a lovely modern symbol — until she made it impossible for them to do so.

The conspiracy theories and salacious gossip will never stop.

Harry, now 32, says he “shut down” for 10 years following his mother’s death, unable to deal with it. (Didn’t anyone get these boys to a therapist?) “So there is a lot of grief that needs to be let out,” he said in the film.

William, now at 35, only a year younger than his mother when she died, seemingly well-married to Catherine (Kate), whom he met at university, and with two young children, described the loss of a parent at such a young age: “There’s nothing like it in the world. It’s . . . like an earthquake . . . ”

Obviously close, the brothers alluded to their mother’s “naughty side” and what an “absolute nightmare” she would have been as granny Diana. “She’d probably come at bath time, cause an amazing amount of sea and bubbles and bathwater all over the place and then leave.”

I admire the warmth, dignity and determination with which they have reclaimed their mother, after not only her death, but their difficult childhood as children of divorce.

The “boys,” now composed and approachable men, will clearly be all right.

What about the British public?

In a brilliant piece in The Guardian, writer Jonathan Freedland wrote recently that the public grieving over Diana, its angry refusal to be deferential to the royal family, was a foreshadowing of something so powerful it connects all the way to Brexit.

“Through her death, the people’s princess gave us an early glimpse of a very British form of populism — and it is anything but dead,” Freedland wrote.

And what have I learned? Not to turn Diana into a feminist heroine rebelling against the stifling Royal Family. She was more complicated.

However, a juicy line still haunts me from Tina Brown’s 2007 nonfiction book The Diana Chronicles, that when Diana would not be quiet, Prince Philip imperiously said: “If you don’t behave, my girl, we’ll take your title away.”

“My title is a lot older than yours, Philip,” replied the young woman whose own noble Spencer family lineage dates back longer than these royals.

Diana is buried on a beautiful tree laden-island at Althorp, on the Spencer family estate.

With her sons now coping — and whether or not the monarchy endures — I hope that with this anniversary, Diana can now finally rest in peace.

We owe her that.

 

Judith Timson

 

 

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“If sex is off the table [on a date] and you’re, like, ‘Let’s try and get to know each other,’ I would recommend drinking, highly.” –Anna Kendrick

“If sex is off the table [on a date] and you’re, like, ‘Let’s try and get to know each other,’ I would recommend drinking, highly.” – Anna Kendrick

“If sex is off the table [on a date] and you’re, like, ‘Let’s try and get to know each other,’ I would recommend drinking, highly.”

–Anna Kendrick.

 

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Great Barrier Reef It's easy to see why the Great Barrier Reef is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World – it stretches nearly 1,500 miles along the eastern coastline of Australia and features 3,000 coral reefs, 600 islands and more than 1,600 species of fish. Travelers can see these amazing natural structures from the air or underwater. However, large amounts of coral bleaching (caused by rising ocean temperatures) threaten to destroy this massive marine life habitat, so plan your visit soon to see this awesome sight up close.

Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef
It’s easy to see why the Great Barrier Reef is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World – it stretches nearly 1,500 miles along the eastern coastline of Australia and features 3,000 coral reefs, 600 islands and more than 1,600 species of fish. Travelers can see these amazing natural structures from the air or underwater. However, large amounts of coral bleaching (caused by rising ocean temperatures) threaten to destroy this massive marine life habitat, so plan your visit soon to see this awesome sight up close.