Kim Kardashian Rocks Curvy Post-Baby Looks in Paris, Melissa Gorga Defends Her Book: Top 5 Stories
Kim Kardashian rocks three curvy post-baby look in Paris, Melissa Gorga defends her book after backlash and Kristin Cavallari goes without while holding son Camden: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Monday, Sept. 30, in the roundup!
How do you say "curves" in French? Almost four months after giving birth to daughter North West, Kim Kardashian really, truly, officially came out of hiding in the City of Lights over the weekend -- showing off her post-baby body in three curvy, fashion-forward looks with love and baby daddy Kanye West at her side.
Melissa Gorga and husband Joe will continue to love another Italian style, thank you very much. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star, 34, is ready to address the controversy surrounding her new book Love, Italian Style: The Secrets of My Hot and Happy Marriage. Last week, Jezebel roundly slammed the the memoir/advice book in a post entitled "Real Housewife Melissa Gorga's New Book Advocates Marital Rape." Argued the blog: "The amount of sexism, gender essentialism, and caveman logic within its pages is so appalling that it's difficult to believe that her book is anything but a cry for help."
She's so little and he's so big now! A thin Kristin Cavallari was photographed on Saturday, Sept. 28, in Malibu with her adorable tot Camden, who's so not a baby anymore.
Doin' it for the kids! LeAnn Rimes and Brandi Glanville temporarily put aside their differences on Saturday, Sept. 28, to attend Glanville's son (with ex-husband Eddie Cibrian) Mason's soccer game in Canoga Park, Calif. The two women, who have previously engaged in several vicious Twitter wars, tried to remain civil for the sake of the two boys -- Mason, 9, and Jake, 5 -- at least for the afternoon.
Life. Death. Vengeance. Justice. Final goodbyes. Forgiveness? It all finally went down for the very last time on the series finale of Breaking Bad, which aired on AMC on Sunday, September 29 -- with dying, deeply regretful meth lord Walter White (Bryan Cranston) returning home to New Mexico from a hermitic life in New Hampshire to settle scores for good. SPOILER ALERT! Do not continue reading if you haven't yet seen Sunday's episode. For those who have -- and for those who don't mind spoilers -- get a quick refresher on the most unforgettable, pivotal moments from the beloved, Emmy-winning drama's swan song.