Kim Kardashian has dyed her hair blonde, which raises two questions:
“She wanted a big change,” the star’s hairdresser, George Papanikolas, tells Us Weekly of the light locks. “It was Kim’s idea to go blonde, but everyone around her had some influence including myself.”
Papanikola, who has also worked with Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, along with Kendall and Kylie Jenner, says Kim went “caramel blonde” a few years ago, but this is more of a “honey blonde.”
For how long will the style stick around?
“I’m assuming she will keep it once they start shooting the next season [of Keeping Up With the Kardashians] since they usually don’t do a big hair color change mid-season,” Papanikolas says.
Click Play on the above video for an up close look at the blonde hair and then check out these new Kim Kardashian pregnancy photos for an even more unusual view of the superstar.
Pennsylvania Law Bans Strangers From Touching Pregnant Bellies
Strangers wanting to touch your belly is something almost every pregnant woman goes through. It’s often awkward and always a bit of a social faux pas.
Now in the state of Pennsylvania, it’s also against the law.
A man is facing harassment charges for doing just that, and Keystone State lawmakers felt so strongly about it that they passed legislation to prevent it.
Yes, it is now illegal for a stranger to touch a pregnant woman’s stomach without consent. Crazy as that sounds, it will likely dissuade a few people.
That alone makes it a win, albeit a bit of an overreach.
Don’t ask us why a person would go groping the stomach of someone they don’t know. It’s like George from Seinfeld and his “fabric feel” move. Only worse.
Apparently this is a bad enough trend that one state had to formally stop it, in any case. So quit rubbing cute baby bumps of people you don’t know … cute as they may be.
You tell us: Anti-pregnant belly touching law …
For a look at some we’d consider touching – with the stars’ permission, of course – heck out some of our favorite celebrity baby bumps after the jump …
Duck Dynasty Beards: Contractually Mandated at That Length!
The men of Duck Dynasty are contractually obligated to keep their beards at a certain length, according to beardless brother Alan in a new interview.
Alan, a minister who appeared on the show for the first time in the Duck Dynasty Season 4 premiere to “marry” Phil and Miss Kay, shed light on the subject.
The family tradition is to grow them out during hunting season, he said, but they became the show’s signature, so now they must be maintained year-round.
“We all used to shave them off, but now of course since they’re such big stars, the beards are in their contracts,” he said. “They have to keep them a certain length.”
Yes … it’s contractual, NYC facial profiling be damned.
Regarding his rare appearance on the show, the older brother of Jep, Jase and Willie Robertson told Good Day LA that the show helped spread the word of his ministry.
Alan says he also loved working with his beloved Louisiana family, too.
“They were having so much fun and they’re together,” he says.
“I was missing these guys, they were always together for family dinner scenes and I doing my work at the church and seeing less and less of them.”
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