Tristan’s cheating scandal dominates KUWTK
Another Kardashian scandal was exposed in a dramatic fashion during this week’s anticipated episode of the famous family’s longrunning reality series.
Khloe was just days away from giving birth to her daughter True when news broke that Tristan Thompson had cheated on her.
“There’s a video of Tristan making out with a girl last night. I know Khloe’s gonna die,” Kim told the Keeping Up with the Kardashians cameras as, one by one, the rest of the sisters were sent the clip of the Canadian NBA player’s infidelity.
“This is really shocking and obviously heartbreaking. The whole thing makes me disgusted,” Kourtney added. It was youngest sister Kylie who worked up the nerve to send the video to the expecting mother, who then kicked Tristan out of their shared home shortly before going into labour.
Family matriarch Kris Jenner immediately grabbed her purse and hopped on a private plane to Cleveland to be with her daughter and witness the birth of her granddaughter. “Everyone wants me to make a decision right this second and I just want to go and give birth and try to enjoy this. As crazy as that sounds I want to enjoy this with him,” Khloe said, opening up. “I don’t want anyone to talk about it and make him uncomfortable and make me uncomfortable.”
Dancing with the Stars
A double-elimination floored the ballroom on Country Night during this week’s episode of Dancing with the Stars. Super Bowl champion DeMarcus
Ware and actor/country singer John Schneider were cut from the competition based on the combination of judges scores and viewer votes.
“We’re really going out on a high note, and the thing is, this ‘Team Dance’ just showed us what this show is about.
It’s about family and everyone coming together.
“The thing is, I felt like I won every week. I learned something every single week and it was amazing for me, so thank you,” DeMarcus said once the verdict was announced.
His Viennese waltz alongside Lindsay Arnold to Chris Stapleton’s Tennessee Whiskey earned a 27/30, while John’s jazz number with Emma Slater to John Denver’s Thank God
I’m a Country Boy earned a 25/30.
The Knockout rounds came to a whirlwind end this week, securing the Top 24 who successfully earned their place in the Live Playoffs. Pop diva, Mariah Carey returned as a key advisor to offer her expertise to Adam Levine, Jennifer Hudson, Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson’s teams, who faced each other in solo vocal battles.
The final performance featured Team Blake rockers Chris Kroeze and Michael
Lee delivering outstanding performances of Cam’s Burning House and Allman Brothers’ classic Whipping Post.
“My biggest regret of the season so far is pairing these two together,” Blake said before teasing that he’d leave the decision up to a coin toss.
While Lee won the 50/50 toss, Shelton decided to use his final save on Kroeze to keep him in the competition as well.