Pal: Kim Kardashian Will "Be Fine" After Splitting From Reggie

Celebrity Body Mar. 26, 2010 AT 3:45PM
Pal: Kim Kardashian Will "Be Fine" After Splitting From Reggie Credit: George Napolitano/WireImage.com; Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images

Kim Kardashian will bounce back after splitting from Reggie Bush.

"Kim is going to be fine either way," her pal Adrienne Bailon -- who split from Kim's little bro, Rob, last March -- told UsMagazine.com at the I Want Now Fashion party at New York City's Tenjune nightclub Thursday.

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A source close to the E! reality star, 29, told Us earlier this week the two parted ways because "her fame is just a little too much for him to handle."

"She travels the world and has created brands," the source continued. "He just can't keep up."

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Meanwhile, both Kardashian and Bush, a 24-year-old running back for the New Orleans Saints, have been denying online affair reports.

"ALL THE LADIES, STEP RIGHT UP! If you would like to be the next person linked to dating Reggie Bush all you gotta do is stand next to him!!!" Bush posted on Twitter Friday.

He also shrugged off a National Enquirer story that claims he got cozy with a blonde waitress named January Gessert. "January is a long time friend of mine & has been dating my best friend for 6 months. Sorry! Lol!" he Twittered.

The UK Sun linked Kardashian to Manchester City soccer star Wayne Bridge. She Twittered, "Who the hell is Wayne Bridge? LOL Someone please fill me in because I have no clue!"

So are the couple -- who have dated on and off since 2007 -- over for good? Not so fast.

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"They are unsure of what will happen in the future," an insider tells Us.

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