Sinead O'Connor threatens to sue Miley Cyrus amid feud, Kim Kardashian shares a second photo of North West, and Madonna talks about being raped at knifepoint on a rooftop during her first year in NYC: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Friday, Oct. 4 in the roundup!
Madonna's life has been an open book for just about 30 years now. But in a cover story essay for the November issue of Harper's Bazaar, the pop legend, now 55, revisits an old trauma some fans may have forgotten about: Shortly after arriving in New York City as a scrappy unknown from Rochester, Mich. with enormous dreams of stardom, the singer was a victim of rape.
Nothing compares 2 this feud! Miley Cyrus and Sinead O'Connor's war of words -- with many, many more words coming from O'Connor's side -- continues. After the Irish-born '90s singer, 46, furiously chided the pop star, 20, in a second, lengthy "open letter" on her website, Cyrus retorted for the second time via Twitter late Thursday, Oct. 3 -- and, just as quickly, O'Connor threatened to sue.
That's a cute baby, fur sure! Back from Paris, Kim Kardsashian took to Instagram to share another photo of North West, her baby girl with boyfriend Kanye West, on Friday Oct. 4. In the sweet shot -- only the second image so far of the 4-month-old tyke -- the already-famous scion is completely swaddled and lies upon what appears to be a white fur throw. Writes Kardashian, 32, "I missed waking up with my little angel."
The tears will be flowing in Glee's tribute episode to the late Cory Monteith. On Thursday, Oct. 10, the Fox musical series will say farewell to the 31-year-old actor and his beloved character Finn Hudson, following Monteith's tragic July 13 death. In the preview clip for the emotional episode entitled "The Quarterback," Monteith's on-and-off-screen girlfriend Lea Michele sings a heartfelt rendition of Bob Dylan's "Make You Feel My Love" while costars set up a memorial outside Finn's locker.
Rob Kardashian is his own man. In a recent candid interview with the Wall Street Journal, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe's little brother, 26, admits he's not that interested in Keeping Up With the Kardashians. He says he'd rather focus on his new luxury sock line, Arthur George, than appear on the reality show that put his family on the map. "Literally, my job is I make socks. That's all I do," Kardashian says. "I don't necessarily care about the show. I would rather film this -- me doing what I do -- than being around my family."