Meet the Fourth, "Least-Known Kardashian Sister"
-- Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian get plenty attention from guys -- but it's nothing compared to their "sister," Kougar Kardashian (played by George Lopez)! "The least known Kardashian sister is the subject of a shocking expose," Lopez, 49, jokes. Among the revelations? Kougar hooked up with Hollywood hunks Mario Lopez, Bill Bellamy and Taylor Lautner! [Lopez Tonight]
-- Ever wonder what Rachel Zoe would look like if she were a wrinkle-free brunette? In a clip for Tuesday's episode of The Rachel Zoe Project, the 38-year-old stylist gets nostalgic while viewing home videos from her 1998 honeymoon. "I look at that as being a very fun, easygoing time, but also I was very nervous about what direction my life was going to take," she says. "But mostly I just look at it and think, 'That was some bad hair and makeup.'" [MSN]
-- Clearly Olivia Palermo isn't afraid to mix business with pleasure! The 24-year-old socialite and star of MTV's The City cozies up to her model boyfriend Johannes Huebl in a fall ad campaign for Hogan. Clad in a hunter green coat, the aspiring jewelry designer also filmed a commercial for the fashion brand. [MTV]
-- Gossip Girl's Jessica Szohr, 25, admits that she's tempted to steal her co-star Taylor Momsen's wardrobe on set in the September issue of Nylon. "I personally think Jenny has the best wardrobe on the show. It's kind of grungy, but girly, without being too put together. Blair is too structured and perfect, Serena is always glammed up. Vanessa's waaaay too much with every color and pattern," the actress tells the mag. "It sounds like I’m being negative about them all, but I'm not. I think they all look great. But if I was going to go shopping for [me], I'd head straight into Jenny's closet." [Just Jared]
-- And the winner of the 2010 Miss Universe pageant is...Miss Mexico! Beauty queen Jimena Navarrete, 22, beat out Miss Jamaica to win the crown during Monday's competition, which was hosted by Bret Michaels and Natalie Morales. [Star Pulse]