The new cover issue of In Touch Weekly focuses on the breakdown on the Kardashian sisters’ marriage, but it’s not the two marriages that you would think. Obviously, one of them is focused on Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom, and their [expected] divorce. The other cover story deals with Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick supposedly separating after Kourtney caught Scott cheating with a sexy brunette. Scott is reportedly living in a hotel now, with Kourtney being left to fend for herself and raise her two children alone.
Hmm. While it’s no surprise to me that Scott would cheat, I don’t think Kourtney would throw him out so quickly. All the Kardashian marriages seem fairly interdependent, but Kourtney and Scott the most of all. Of course, the subtitle of ‘Why the Kardashians just can’t keep a man‘ is still incredibly sexist and makes it seem like it’s all their fault – even if it is, it’s because they’re useless reality stars and they marry other useless famewhores, not because they’re the women in the relationships. If anything, it should be why no man is able to keep any of the Kardashians.In Touch also has a feature on baby Prince George, and the details of his first Christmas. Man, I can’t wait to see this child grow up and witness Prince William and Kate Middleton fighting to keep his life as normal as possible. Let’s hope they succeed, we don’t need yet another hoity-toity prince.
There’s also a major question of Bruce Jenner turning into a woman with all of his latest plastic surgery. Well, to be honest, his face could go either way – but I doubt it’s on purpose.
Finally, In Touch also has a feature on Channing Tatum’s rapid weight gain, or as they say from ‘hunky to chunky’. Um, he’s filming 22 Jump Street, his role requires him to be ‘chunky’. But it’s good to know that the tabloid’s weight comments don’t just exist for women.