"Whenever things are going great with Kanye, Kim talks about having another baby."
The source also added the baby would be "a great storyline for the show."
No surprise there, but the insider continued:
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On Monday, Susan Boyle caused quite a commotion at Heathrow Airport in London. Apparently, the Britain's Got Talent alum got into a very heated conversation with airline workers that eventually turned into a full-on freakout.
Now, we aren't sure what exactly sparked the singer's meltdown, but one witness told The Sun:
"She looked confused and was shouting: 'I've done nothing wrong, I've done nothing wrong' repeatedly. There was a massive commotion and everyone was looking at her.
The London Metropolitan Police were called to Heathrow's British Airways lounge to address the incident, and ultimately removed the 55-year-old. The onlooker added:
Nobody knows what started the argument but I was told it was something small that spiraled out of control. The cops looked pretty concerned as she was all over the place. They eventually took her away."
One report says the musician was taken away against her will, and that the cops brought her to a hospital for an evaluation because they were worried about her health.
"Police were called at 1.20pm to a lounge in T5 Heathrow to reports of a distressed woman. Officers attended and spoke to the woman after concerns to her health and well-being."
Her rep clarified that the Scottish artist was not placed on a psychiatric hold. However, the publicist did suggest the outburst was a result of her Asperger's Syndrome.
And it appears the I Dreamed A Dream performer didn't stay in the medical facility for very long, because the rep added:
"Susan is currently recovering and on her way home to Scotland by other means."
Well, we're glad everyone's okay and that Susan eventually was able to head home!
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