Today in celebrity news: Kim Kardashian has a smart way of flushing out traitors, a Full House actress gets divorced again, and it's the Catholic church vs. Sandra Lee.
Klever, klever Kim Kardashian. No dummy to the way the celebrity gossip industry works, she gave a bunch of her hangers on photos of a baby she said was little North West, the child she just had with Kanye West, but that were actually photos of other babies. That way she could see which ones surfaced online and, depending on the photo, know which of her supposed friends totally sold her out. Very krafty, Kim! I mean, incredibly sad that she felt she had to do that, but I guess you can't invite reality camera crews into your house for a half-decade and expect much of anything else. So, did people try to sell the photos? What do you think. TMZ was approached with two different snaps, both lovely babies but supposedly neither North West. I bet whichever friends of Kim tried to cash in are feeling pretty dumb right now. Kaught in Kim's web. "I foooooled yewwwwww" she says, turning slightly to the side to pose as she points her finger accusatorially. "Look, look, Kim, I'm sorry, please, I needed the money so bad, so bad," Kris Jenner pleads with her daughter. "You don't understand! These wigs aren't cheap." But it is too late. Kim snaps her fingers and says "Take her away, boyssss" and Brody Jenner and Scott Disick come in and drag Kris screaming and thrashing away, Scott saying "Sorry, Mrs. J," while Kim picks up an old parchment paper and draws a line through one name with a quill. And so it continues until she decides to release an actual photo of the baby, at which point she will collect the money and keep it for herself, where it belongs. [TMZ]
Oh dear. Jodie Sweetin, the all-grown-up lady who used to play little Stephanie Tanner on the groundbreaking queer series about three men living together in San Francisco Full House, is getting a divorce for the third time. Sweetin, 31, filed the papers in Los Angeles yesterday, after only a year of marriage. The reason is irreconcilable differences, which is usually a fancy way of saying we probably shouldn't have been married in the first place. Will this be an expensive divorce? Well, that's all relative, isn't it. Sweetin is seeking custody of the couple's daughter and "ownership of the couple's 2000 Toyota Avalon, as well as a 50/50 split of their $200 Kohl's credit card balance." Oy. The thirteen-year-old Avalon and $100 in Kohl's credit? That's a lot. Oh, plus full custody of the kid, of course. But the bigger deal is the old Toyota and the Kohl's credit card. Divorce is expensive, man. That's just the way it works. Hopefully they can reach some sort of amicable arrangement, for the kid's sake if nothing else. I mean, she really loves that Toyota Avalon. And who doesn't love Kohl's? [Us Weekly]