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Kim Kardashian back to her old selfie tricks

 
 
Kim K Instagram heats up
Kim K Instagram heats up

Oh mama! Kim Kardashian’s back to her pre-baby ways, taking pictures of her rear end and posting them for the world to see. If you checked KK’s Instagram, there it is: a selfie of her well endowed nether regions covered ever so slightly in a white high cut swimsuit. Kanye West approved, writing, “Heading home now.” BTW: Kim, that no-carbs thing seems to be working.

Timba!

“Love and marriage, love and marriage. They go together like a horse and carriage...”

Hold up! Timbaland’s wife Mo’nique Mosley (née Idlett) wants a D-I-V-O-R-C-E. And after only a mere five years, not even time to have an itch.

According to legal documents, Mosley is asking the 41-year-old You Lied You Cheated rapper to pay child support for their 5-year-old daughter as well as her 10-year-old child from a previous relationship because Timba has “publicly and privately proclaimed this child as his own.”

Bossip.com reports the rift may be due to a “trust issue.” Ya think?

Get it together

What’s the deal, guys? A couple of days after canceling their world tour, the Jonas Brothers have deleted themselves from Twitter. Kevin, Joe and Nick just can’t get along. The tour disaster was said to be over music (by reps anyway) but TMZ spotted Joe with addiction specialist to the stars (nice title!) Mike Bayer. It’s your move, One Direction.

Health issues

Speaking of cancellations, Austin Mahone had to disappoint fans (aka Mahomies) who bought tickets to see the YouTube teenybopper at the Fillmore Friday night. Reps say “due to illness,” Mahone had to reschedule the appearance for Oct 22 (your tickets will be honored). Seems the 17-year-old needs to stock up on vitamins or get some more sack time. In January, he Tweeted he was sick. In March he posted a video saying he caught a cold because he didn’t wear enough clothing. In August at a concert in Syracuse, N.Y., he had a coughing fit and admitted he was unwell.

Trouble shooting

Filming Transformers 4 in Hong Kong has proved dangerous for Michael Bay . The local director’s rep released a statement to The New York Times saying that two local brothers came to the set, acting all crazy. One was swinging around an air conditioner and tried to whack Bay in the head but he ducked and wrested the unit away. Security quickly stepped in, and he is fine and writing this incident into the script (just kidding).

Final bow

Was the Cory Monteith tragedy too much? Glee is ending its run after six seasons next year, co-creator Ryan Murphy announced at a media event honoring FX Networks in L.A. Wednesday night.

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