Kim Kardashian Says Sorry For Judging Kourtney For Being Pregnant & Not Married + The Onion Apologizes For Quvenzhane Wallis Tweet


Mogul and pregnant reality star Kim Kardashian covers the April issue of Cosmopolitian Magazine and talks in depth about her personal life including being judgmental of sister Kourtney and her pregnancy, her relationship with Kanye Westhaving a baby and her plans for 2013. Peep the excerpts below.

On judging sister Kourtney when she got pregnant in 2009: 

 I was like, ‘You’re not married! How could you do this?’ I was really firm and strict. But she was like, ‘Marriage isn’t what I want.’ And later, I realized she had a better family life than I did.”

On her relationship with Kanye West

Sometimes you’re just not ready. A person could have it all, and you’re not ready for it all. But this is where I probably always should have been…[marriage] is something I know that we both want in our future, but I don’t have this sense of urgency about it. I have this best friend who understands me and helps me through all my tough experiences, and vice versa, you know? It just feels like this is it for me.”

On having a baby: 

I’ve always said that I wanted kids, but I don’t think I ever would have been ready until now.”

On her plans for 2013:

2013 for me is about scaling back. I want to focus on the few projects that I’m super passionate about and not spread myself too thin.”




KimYe posed rather…. suggestively on the cover of French magazine, L’Officiel Hommes Paris Spring issue. Pictures like these makes it hard to completely forget about the infamous sex tape but it works for them. Both magazines will be on newsstands next week. And in other news…



Popular media outlet The Onion, has issued a formal apology for calling 9-year-old Best Actress Nominee Quvenzhane Wallis the c-word during the Oscars telecast. The tweet was later deleted but we know the internet never forgets. CEO Steve Hannah stated:

“On behalf of The Onion, I offer my personal apology to Quvenzhane Wallis and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the tweet that was circulated last night during the Oscars. It was crude and offensive — not to mention inconsistent with The Onion’s commitment to parody and satire, however biting. No person should be subjected to such a senseless, humorless comment masquerading as satire.”

The CEO stated that those responsible would be disciplined and they have adopted new Twitter procedures to ensure that an incident like this wouldn’t happen again. Do we forgive them?  [Cosmopolitan, Reality Tea, CBS]

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