2013 Upfront at The Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center on April 22, 2013 Kim Kardashian has resurfaced for the second time since giving birth to daughter North in June. The 32-year-old reality star posted a three-second video of herself on Twitter on Tuesday night. In the brief clip, the new mom - seen only from neck up - slowly sticks her tongue out for the camera... and that's it! PHOTOS: Celebrity Baby Bumps Kim made her first post-baby appearance last week in a surprise taped appearance on mom Kris Jenner's talk show. "I just wanted to say congratulations on your new show," Kim - who wore white and is only shown from the chest up in Kim Kardashian sex tape watch now the clip - said in the clip that aired on Friday.
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However, she ended up deciding to drop the case altogether! But before you start thinking that she's getting to wave the white flag, think again! Sources close to Ellen say she's actually getting ready to attack again and is planning on refiling her lawsuit in hopes of adding a few more defendants in a different California court!! While it looks like she's preparing to get back on the offensive, she might actually have to wait a little while, as she and the Kardashian clan have ANOTHER lawsuit that they might have to settle first! The first was originally filed by the Kardashians when they claimed Ellen had no right to publish private information from their father Robert Kardashian's personal diary!
Now, Obama has addressed West once again, this time in a recent interview with David Blum for Kindle Singles . Blum asked the president about the American dream, saying, "Part of the American dream -- even if you're poor, or lower-middle class -- involves yearning for tangible things you can't afford. Were there things, when you were growing up, that you yearned for that you couldn't afford?" Obama responded, speaking about a shift in the expectations of the American dream. He said that the dream used to involve a good home, a good job, and the possibility of higher education. Growing up today, however, children are exposed to such wealth in the form of celebrities' lifestyles that everything seems smaller by comparison. Speaking on his own experience, Obama said, "There was not that window into the lifestyles of the rich and famous." He went on to critique the over-the-top lives of West and Kardashian and the effect that they have on young people, explaining, "Kids weren't monitoring every day what Kim Kardashian was wearing, or where Kanye West was going on vacation, and thinking that somehow that was the mark of success." One of the most visible couples in pop culture, West and Kardashian have an estimated combined net worth of $130 million.
The widow sees that very differently and says her husbands diaries and notes depicted Kim in a negative manner. That, Kardashian/Pearson claims, is what this legal back and forth and the way it was played out on E! is really all about. This shameful rewriting of history by the Kardashian siblings, at the direction and behest of Jenner, Seacrest, and The Production Company, was motivated by profit and is an insult to thelegacy of their own father, says todays complaint of the June 2, 2013 Enough Is Enough episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians. At all times herein, without factual support for their accusations, and with the intent to destroy Ellens professional career and personal reputation for television ratings, the Defendants worked together to publish both oral and written defamatory statements, knowing such statements to be false. On information and belief, Plaintiff contends that in collusion and for the purpose of creating reality television drama for commercial gain, the Defendants drafted the script, drafted production notes and published statements for The Episode, knowing that such actions would be to their benefit and at Ellens expense, adds the filing. Kardashian/Pearson is seeking unspecified general and special damages as well as exemplary damages in an amount sufficient to punish. In a request for a 12-day jury trial, she also wants interest and legal costs and whatever else the court thinks she deserves.
The baby actually belonged to Jenner's stylist. Whoa! Can you say "fake out"?! Then Kim herself didn't earn any brownie points with fans when she tried to dupe fans into believing she'd posted the first photo of North West on her Facebook account on Aug. 1. Kardashian posted a photo of herself and sister Kourtney cooing over a newborn, but the photo in question was years old -- and the baby, yeah, that was actually Kourtney's son Mason Kim is holding in the photo, not North West. Then there was Kim's first appearance on her mom's talk show as previously mentioned, which also screamed "desperate ploy for ratings." Now, Kim made her second post-baby "appearance" with this three-second video, and we have to say she looks really good.