‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ will end next year.
The iconic reality TV series has followed the lives of the Kardashian-Jenner family – including sisters Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe Kardashian, half sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner, brother Rob Kardashian, and mother Kris Jenner – for 20 seasons aired over the past 14 years, but it has now been confirmed the show will be coming to an end with the 21st season in early 2021.
Kim Kardashian West announced the news on her Instagram account, where she wrote in a statement: ”It is with heavy hearts that we’ve made the difficult decision as a family to say goodbye to ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’.
”After what will be 14 years, 20 seasons, hundreds of episodes and numerous spin-off shows, we are beyond grateful to all of you who’ve watched us for all of these years – through the good times, the bad times, the happiness, the tears, and the many relationships and children. We’ll forever cherish the wonderful memories and countless people we’ve met along the way.”
Kim went on to thank everyone who has been a part of the E! reality show over the years, and credited the series with ”changing [her] life forever”.
She added: ”Thank you to the thousands of individuals and businesses that have been a part of this experience and, most importantly, a very special thank you to Ryan Seacrest for believing in us, E! for being our partner, and our production team at Bunim/Murray, who’ve spent countless hours documenting our lives.
”Our last season will air early next year in 2021.
”Without ‘Keeping Up with The Kardashians’, I wouldn’t be where I am today. I am so incredibly grateful to everyone who has watched and supported me and my family these past 14 incredible years. This show made us who we are and I will be forever in debt to everyone who played a role in shaping our careers and changing our lives forever.”
Following Kim’s message, E! also released a statement to Variety, in which they said it was an ”absolute privilege” to have worked with the famous family.
They said: ”E! has been the home and extended family to the Kardashian-Jenners for what will be 14 years, featuring the lives of this empowering family. Along with all of you, we have enjoyed following the intimate moments the family so bravely shared by letting us into their daily lives. While it has been an absolute privilege and we will miss them wholeheartedly, we respect the family’s decision to live their lives without our cameras.”
Since finding fame on the show, each of the Kardashian-Jenner clan have gone on to forge their own careers in the fashion and business worlds, whilst each of the siblings – excluding Kendall – now have families of their own.
John Lydon | John Lydon scrapped Public Image Ltd album to look after his wife
John Lydon had to scrap a planned Public Image Ltd album because he was too preoccupied on his wife’s Alzheimer’s disease.
The 64-year-old rocker had gone into the recording studio with the band earlier this year but admitted he ended up scrapping the “rubbish” songs he’d written as he wasn’t in the right place due to his spouse Nora’s dementia diagnosis.
Asked by MOJO magazine about the rumoured record, he said: “It was a very difficult time even before the lockdown, because of Nora’s Alzheimer’s, which had just kicked in.
“We were in a recording studio in the middle of the country with nothing but sheep about and her mind just freaked out.
“All my attention was on that, and the bits of songs we did put together were rubbish-y and confused.
“I wasn’t together. It was my fault. I couldn’t juxtapose between a ‘happy’ album and all that calamity.”
But John has since come to terms with 78-year-old Nora’s condition and has viewed it as a “test” to his confidence.
He said: “I’ve come to grips with it since, you have to. “I related it to my meningitis as a child, and what that feeling was like. A bit of empathy cures a lot
“In a weird way … I’m not a Christian kind of bloke, but God does like to test you doesn’t he? Or is it Mother Nature? They do like to drop these bombs, just when you’re at your most superciliously confident, it’s like a well-earned kick up the arse. But it gives you an opportunity to be open and honest.”
Meanwhile, the former Sex Pistols rocker insisted he won’t be forced into getting a vaccine against coronavirus as he thinks it’s just another way to make money for “greedy” people.
He said: “On one hand, I’m very lazy but on the other I love to work. I don’t think locking us up is the answer and now they’re talking of shutting down everything again. I don’t believe the death tolls – no one seems to be keeping proper statistics, can you believe?
“And there’s a lot of profit to be made from vaccines. Big money going on there! To bring in mandatory injections of vaccines, which they’re talking about, for me that comes with serious issues. “You don’t have the right to pump chemicals in me if I don’t want them. There is no great conspiracy, just headless chicken-dom.
“A few greedy, self-serving self-appointed people being completely incompetent.”
Lars Ulrich | Lars Ulrich: Making a Metallica album is like a puzzle
Lars Ulrich has compared making a Metallica album to doing a puzzle.
The 56-year-old drummer – who is joined in the band by James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo – thinks making a record now involves taking a lot of different elements and making them fit together into song form.
He told Uncut magazine: “I look at writing a Metallica record as like a puzzle; you have 200 pieces and you have to figure it out.
“You connect them. Here’s a riff. Here’s a section. Here’s a mood. Does he work with that guy over there?”
And the musician admitted having so many options makes him nostalgic for when their working process was much more simple.
He added: “It’s nothing but f****** options – you’re weighed down by possibilities, at which point you can get into romanticising the past.
“Oh, how did we write ‘Ride the Lightning’ in two hours? Now it takes us two hours to find the studio…”
The group have been together since 1981 but are still “hungry” for making new music and continuing to work together.
Kirk said: “We’re still hungry, I’m happy to say. We have a burning desire to express ourselves. I’ll go out on a limb and say as people we’re highly dysfunctional and not the most well-adjusted individuals.
“However it may look, that aspect of us has never gone away and that aspect is also responsible for us writing a large amount of our music because of those emotions that brought us to become musicians in the first place, and to make sense of them.”
Julia Roberts | Julia Roberts’ Pretty Woman boots to go up for auction
Julia Roberts’ iconic ‘Pretty Woman’ boots are being auctioned off.
The 52-year-old actress donned a classic pair of shiny black high-heeled boots in the 1990 movie, which has since formed most memorable screen-style moments.
And now, the boots worn in the Garry Marshall movie could be owned by one lucky fashion fanatic, as they are set to go up for auction as a part of Prop Store’s annual live auction.
The auction will feature iconic items not only from the hit 1990 film, but also from an array of movies and TV shows, including ‘Friends’, ‘The Matrix Reloaded’, ‘Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith’, ‘Batman’, and more.
The shoes are expected to sell for between $13,000 and $19,000, and hopeful bidders can stake their claim on the boots between December 1 and 2, which is when the auction goes live.
Anyone looking to place a bid will have to register first though, and registration is open from now until October 29.
Meanwhile, Julia was honoured with the Style Icon Award at the 2018 InStyle Awards, and said she felt undeserving of the accolade because she “never ever” goes shopping, and instead just chooses “the right stuff” that her style team brings for her to look at.
She said: “When you’re popular and tall, you just have these incredibly smart people to your house with racks of stunning things. And so, this award is for being good at saying, ‘Oh, I think that, that one.’ I went from pointing at the right stuff. That’s honestly the whole thing. I never go shopping. I just said I wanted to wear these shoes and that makes me somehow great in a very pretend way.”
And Julia also said she would give “credit” for her style choices to her younger self, as she said she used to make bold decisions even if they didn’t look great.
She added: “If I were to take any credit, I would thank 22-year-old version of me, who wore, ad nauseam, a sort-of-like high-ranking naval jacket that I found at a vintage store with inexplicable black-and-white horizontal striped leggings and thought I was fantastic. For that girl, I thank you.”
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