Kris And Bruce Jenner Are Separating After 22 Years – Knightlines 10/9/13
It's Wednesday, so let’s get through Hump Day with another edition of celebrity gossip and things you need to know with Knightlines...
1. KRIS and BRUCE JENNER are separated after 22 years of marriage. They issued a statement saying, quote, "We are living separately and we are much happier this way . . . We will always remain best friends and, as always, our family will remain our number one priority." Sources say they have no plans to divorce.
2. KHLOE KARDASHIAN got swarmed by the paparazzi while leaving a club Monday night with a group of friends, including the rapper GAME. Game went after the paparazzi, saying, quote, "You thought Kanye was a problem? I'm a REAL problem." Game also Tweeted that nothing is going on between him and Khloe.
3. The "National Enquirer" decided to run down all the damage in ROBIN THICKE'S family. In a nutshell, it includes alcoholism, marijuana, three-way sex, womanizing and even MURDER. But I guess the line between functional and DYS-functional is blurred.
4. At New York Comic Con this weekend, a company is selling a figure called PIMP2-D2 . . . which is just an R2-D2 toy with a PIMP HAT, PIMP CANE and VELVET CAPE. He's selling for 50 bucks. There's no word whether LucasFilm or Disney are on board with this.
5. HARRISON FORD is talking with director RIDLEY SCOTT about a possible "Blade Runner" sequel. He says, quote, "Yeah, we've been chatting about it. I truly admire Ridley as a man and as a director and I would be very happy to engage again with him in the further telling of this story."
6. Sunday's Broncos-Cowboys game was #1 in the ratings, and was one of the most-watched games of the football season with 28.3 million viewers. "NCIS" came in second with 20 million. The third season premiere of "Scandal" also made the Top 20.
7. Will Arnett's sitcom "The Millers" led the pack of premieres last week with 13.1 million viewers. Rebel Wilson's new show "Super Fun Night" had a decent debut with 8.2 million. However, "Ironside", starring Blair Underwood, was ABC's lowest scoring drama debut ever. It only got 6.8 million viewers.