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Kylie likes to flash her cleavage on Instagram to get all eyes on her, while Jaden prefers more subtle methods like dressing up as “White Batman,” because that’s something normal 15-year-olds do at weddings.
According to reports, these two fame-cravers joined forces at Kim Kardashian’s wedding over the weekend by making out in full view of the other guests.
Rumors that Kylie and Jaden are dating have been circulating since last year, but the two have never confirmed their relationship and it was thought that Kylie invited Jaden as her guest on a purely platonic basis.
Maybe it was John Legend’s crooning or Jaden’s bizarre choice of attire, but for whatever reason Kylie and Jaden went went from besties to hook-up buddies on Kimye’s big day.
No word on whether the two teenage celebs are finally officially dating or if it was just a one-time thing but sources say Kylie got drunk at Kim’s rehearsal dinner, so maybe she was just under the influence when she got intimate with Jaden.
Or maybe at the tender age of 16 she’s already planning her own celebrity wedding. Hopefully she’ll have better luck in that department than her older half-sister.
If you’re keeping score at home, 33-year-old Kim is now on her third marriage.
13 Celebrity Weddings That Put Kim and Kanye to Shame: They Spent HOW MUCH?!?
Perhaps you’ve heard, but Kim Kardashian married Kanye West this weekend.
No, really! Those kids just up and decided to get married with no fanfare at all.
We kid… a lot. But while we await word on just how much Kim and Kanye spent to tie the knot in Florence (we know how much they earned, approximately: $20 million), let’s take a look at some of the most expensive wedding bills in celebrity history.
From athletes to singers to members of British Royalty, brides and grooms from a number of industries have often spared no expense in pledging their love and loyalty to their spouse for eternity.
Or, you know, for 72 days…
The Normal Heart Reviews: Real Life Drama At Its Finest
The Normal Heart debuted on HBO last night and reviews for the AIDS drama directed by Glee creator Ryan Murphy have been overwhelmingly positive.
In real life, Matt Bomer is married to Simon Halls, but in the made-for-TV film based on Larry Kramer’s acclaimed stage play, he plays the lover of Mark Ruffalo’s Ned Weeks – a crusader for rights and research in the days when the disease wasn’t even publicly acknowledged by politicians.
Check out some of the rapturous acclaim for the film and its lead performances below:
The Normal Heart will drive any viewer with a heart at all to tears. – Gail Pennington
Some 30 years later, this movie – strident, passionate, frenetic, and aching – is a reminder, as Memorial Day weekend begins the summer, of all those empty spots the plague left on the beach. – James Poniewozik
A passionately written and heart-wrenching portrayal of real life events. – John Hanlon
The Normal Heart grows in poignancy as characters we’ve come to know are affected or afflicted by AIDS. – Ed Bark
It’s a movie packed with sublime performances and searlingly memorable moments. – Mark Dawidziak
In shocking, unflinching detail it reminds us that silence most assuredly equals death. – Al Alexander