Interestingly, Kim isn't wearing her wedding ring in them, so it's not clear when they were taken!
She lucked out though because
Wow. Just wow. This is so scandalous!
Sarah Palin and several members of her family were involved in a drunken bar brawl at a snowmobile party in Alaska last Saturday evening — bet you never thought you'd see those words strung together in one sentence!
Apparently all hell broke loose when Track got into a drunken fistfight with a man who reportedly dated his sister, Willow in the past.
Jennifer Castro, the Anchorage Police Department's communications director publicly confirmed that there was a fight at the same party where the Palins were in attendance.
Sarah Palin is such a wild card…no one can ever predict what the ex-gov will do next!
In an effort to bypass "media filters," Sarah has launched her own member-supported online TV channel, SarahPalinChannel.com!
The website will feature behind-the-scenes looks at Sarah's day-to-day life in Alaska, her political musings minus the "media’s politically correct filter," and a blog written by her very own daughter, Bristol Palin.
So, how much will it cost to be privy to the inner-workings of the Palins?
C'mon, you know Sarah ain't giving up the goods for free!
For $9.95 a month or $99.95 a year, fans will receive unlimited access to everything Sarah's channel has to offer, like a countdown clock to President Obama's last day in office!
Check out Sarah's first video…AFTER THE JUMP!
What took you so long, Bristol Palin?!
Finally, Sarah Palin's oldest daughter decided to throw in her two cents regarding the Duck Dynasty controversy.
Want to take a guess what she had to say??
It’s over! It’s finally over!
Sure, Bristol Palin’s reality TV show, Life's a Tripp, has been over for months now, but the dramz surrounding it has been keeping it all fresh in our memories.
But now, we can finally start to forget that
Bristol’s former Dancing with the Stars castmate, Kyle Massey, and his brother were suing producers of her show for $500,000 as they claimed the idea was stolen from them.
And oh what a valuable idea it was!
Nonetheless, the brothers claimed they had the idea of a show focusing on Bristol raising her son in El Lay, but the producers took that idea, ran to Lifetime to sell it, and cut the two out of any financial gain.
Now, a rep for the Masseys has commented that all is settled with this brutal reality TV battle.
It’s unknown what the financial settlement included, but Kyle and his brother are apparently pleased.
They get money, we get more Dance Moms on Lifetime.
We're pleased, too.
[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]
And she said YES…
To filing a temporary restraining order! HA!
39-year-old Texan Michael Cummings also sent Bristol a note reading "I (heart) you" AND was seen hanging around her mother Sarah Palin's home during Tripp's fourth birthday on December 27th.
AND Cummings' MOTHER even called the police warning them