Kim Kardashian, who has been accused of faking her pregnancy in a crazy plot to make extra cash by a popular US tabloid, has found supporters in her friends, who say that the extra stress could potentially be harmful to the pregnant reality TV star.
The 32-year-old socialite is expecting her first baby with boyfriend Kanye West this summer after announcing the news in December.
But sceptics have said that paparazzi pictures prove the size and position of her baby bump changes daily.
A source told the Mirror that the extra stress isn't what Kardashian needs at the moment.
The source said that Kardashian is concentrating on the birth and finds the nasty comments about her weight very distracting and hurtful.
The insider added that the reports claiming that she is not actually pregnant or her bump has vanished overnight are completely ridiculous and untrue.
The comments were in reference to a story published by American tabloid the National Enquirer, who quoted a source as saying "I wouldn't put something as crazy as faking a pregnancy for publicity and financial gain past Kim and her crafty mom. They'd do anything for more fame and money."
from Hindustan Times
Gorgeously photographed by Hoyte Van Hoytema (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) and augmented by a melancholic music score, courtesy the Quebecois rock band ‘Arcade Fire’, Her will not likely be forgotten anytime soon.
Crisply shot in bright hues, and hinting at a technologically-infused future, this is ultimately a deeply moving film about a romance that feels painfully authentic.
It's silly beyond belief; doesn't deserve your time.
Nicely shot and paced, the film works because it breathes with reality. McQueen drives every scene to the core of its emotions, and their cumulative emotional effect is devastating.
It's possibly the most fun I've had at the movies in a long, long time, and like the perfect restaurant meal it leaves you keen to make a second visit soon.
Ben Stiller's so much more fun when he isn't taking himself too seriously.
To give credit to Scorsese, he's made a film that works on more than one level, and a film that inspires debate.