TATTLE REALLY does try to avoid the Kardashian circus as much as possible because we get inundated with their nonsensical comings, goings, weddings and divorces, and, frankly, we don't understand why anyone is interested in them.
If someone could explain it to us in an email that doesn't devolve into some type of political or racist screed, it would be appreciated.
It's long been said they have no talents — agreed — they're not that beautiful — agreed — nor are they particularly interesting as their whiny reality show proves constantly with their repetitive squabbles over clothes, boyfriends and each other.
So what is it?
Are people actually interested in their lives or is their publicity machine so overwhelming that disinterested passersby can't help but look?
On Wednesday, US Weekly reported that Kim K. and Kanye West are so serious about their relationship that they're getting ready to pick out rings.
Even if Kim was divorced from her last husband, she and Kanye would not be walking down the aisle.
Don't believe the hype.
But as evidence that Kim and Kanye are the real deal, Us reported that Kim jetted back from the White House Correspondents' Dinner Saturday, to be by Kanye's side for a Sunday performance of "Wicked" on Broadway.
The mag also says that "workaholic" Kim will join Kanye on his summer tour with Jay-Z.
"She wants to be with him as much as possible," the unnamed, inside source explains. "They really know and love each other."
As for sister Kourtney, In Touch says she has finally decided to wed her baby-daddy Scott Disick.
At an estate owned by Joe Francis of "Girls Gone Wild" infamy.
It should be quite the lavish ceremony.
"They signed a $1 million deal with E! to get married on TV," an anonymous insider tells In Touch.
A Kardashian family source denies the story.
The cause of a fire that ripped through a simulated streetscape at the studios of Atlanta filmmaker Tyler Perry may never be known, Atlanta fire officials said Wednesday.
"The intensity of the fire in the area of origin consumed any evidence that would lead to a cause of ignition," Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin J. Cochran said.
No one was reported injured.More than 100 firefighters responded to the four-alarm blaze, and Perry thanked them for their quick response and limiting the damage.
TMZ.com reports that "Shark Tank" investor Robert Herjavec was racing his $350K 2012 Ferrari 458 in the super-rich dude Ferrari Challenge at the Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, Calif., when he slammed a wall at 130 mph.
Herjavec told TMZ, "I crashed in qualifying — bad and hard hit."
"I was having an amazing lap, very fast, just off the course record, and then just thought I could go a little faster."
Did turning his car into an accordion give Herjavec second thoughts?
Heck no. He got a friend to lend him HIS Ferrari. n
— Daily News wire services contributed to this report.