‘You look like you just won the Tour de France’

Kourt­ney Kar­dashian blasts Kim’s Yeezy look on KUWTK

Calgary Sun - - SHOWBIZ - SA­MAN­THA O’CON­NOR

Kim Kar­dashian trav­elled to Ja­pan and was soon over­whelmed by her work­load dur­ing this week’s episode of Keep­ing Up with the Kar­dashian.

The fash­ion and beauty mogul scram­bled to help her hus­band Kanye West with his en­tire Yeezy Sea­son 7 cam­paign by shoot­ing the com­plete fash­ion line, which in­cluded 20 new out­fits.

“Ja­pan is like, the fore­front of fash­ion,” she ex­claimed.

But af­ter com­plet­ing her daunt­ing task, Mrs. West some­how had the en­ergy to con­tinue her long-run­ning fight with her Kar­dashian sis­ters, when she ac­cused both Kourt­ney and Khloe of jeop­ar­diz­ing the Yeezy de­but by wear­ing out­fits that “clashed” with the line.

“Well, you look like you just won the Tour de France,” Kourt­ney re­sponded, mak­ing fun of her sis­ter’s Yeezy bike shorts. Kim lashed back by stat­ing that she thinks the el­dest sis­ter tries too hard and ad­vised her to dress more like their su­per­model sib­ling, Ken­dall. “I think you have it in you. It’s just that I think you bet­ter evolve.” And just like that, the Kar­dashian sis­ter cat fight con­tin­ued.

Danc­ing with the stars

ac­tress and Facts of Life alum Nancy McKeon and her pro­fes­sional part­ner Val ch­merkovskiy were the lat­est pair cut from the ball­room fol­low­ing an emo­tional week of per­for­mances on Danc­ing with the Stars. the re­main­ing con­tes­tants hit the dance floor to pay homage to their most mem­o­rable year through sym­bolic chore­og­ra­phy, but un­for­tu­nately for Nancy, her rumba to Lukas Gra­ham’s Love Some­one in hon­our of her fam­ily and the year 2006 only earned a 22/30, which placed her at the bot­tom of the leader­board. the week’s shin­ing star was Fuller House ac­tor Juan Pablo di Pace and part­ner cheryl burke, who nabbed the sea­son’s first per­fect score with a samba to Jen­nifer Lopez’s Ni Tú Ni Yo in mem­ory of 1999 when Juan moved from buenos aires to the united States to chase his dreams. Judge bruno to­nioli called it “one of the best sam­bas” he’s ever seen in 27 sea­sons of the show.

The Voice

the fi­nal back-to-back week of blind au­di­tions con­cluded as coaches blake Shel­ton, adam Levine, Kelly clark­son and Jen­nifer Hud­son filled the ma­jor­ity of their teams with the sea­son’s top vo­cal­ists. adam earned the week’s stand-out per­former by gush­ing about the 28-year-old Nige­rian singer, Fun­sho. af­ter tak­ing the stage to per­form a ren­di­tion of bruno Mars’ Fi­nesse, he prompted adam, Kelly and Jen­nifer to hit their but­tons and turn around, but it was the Ma­roon 5 front­man who se­cured the tal­ent af­ter declar­ing him “one of the best vo­cal­ists we’ve heard in the blind au­di­tions, no doubt.” adam also shared the wealth this week and vouched for his coun­try-star fren­emy by con­vinc­ing 22-yearold alabama singer Kirk Jay to join blake’s team, de­spite hit­ting his but­ton for the artist him­self. “you de­serve a kiss for that,” said blake, be­fore smooching his co-star’s face.

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Sis­ters Kim and Kourt­ney butt heads on this week’s Keep­ing Up with the Kar­dashi­ans.

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