Who is Blac Chyna, when did she split from Rob Kardashian, what’s her net worth and what’s the sex tape leak?

BLAC Chyna is a former stripper, turned Instagram star who has a child with Kim Kardashian's brother Rob and rapper Tyga. The star - who shot to fame in 2010 when she was name-dropped by Drake - hit headlines in February 2018 after she appeared in a sex tape leaked online. Here's everything you need to know about the model... Who is Blac Chyna, how old is she and how did she become famous? Angela Renée White, known professionally as Blac Chyna, was born in Washington D.C. in 1988, and she's currently 28. Starting off as a stripper and model, she decided to take the name Blac after an experience with a client. She was stripping for a man named Black China who was a black man with eyes that looked as if they were Chinese. Blac Chyna became well known after posing for both Dimepiece and Black Men's Magazine in 2010. When Drake name-dropped her in his single Miss Me, a buzz began to be created and she was even recruited to be a stunt double for Nicki Minaj in a music video. Her urban modelling portfolio continued to grow and in February 2012 Blac was named as XXL Magazine's 'Eye Candy of the Month'. The model's breakthrough came when she launched her own brand of fake eyelashes titled LASHED by Blac Chyna. Who has Blac Chyna dated and when did she split from Robert Kardashian? During the shooting of rapper Tyga's video for the single Rack City, Blac and Tyga began dating. In December 2012 the pair got engaged, however they separated two years later and Tyga went on to date Kylie Jenner. In early 2016 rumours began that they were dating and Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna announced their engagement in April 2016. One month later, the couple announced that they were expecting a baby. Their daughter Dream Kardashian was born in November 2016, but the couple split at the end of the year and Blac was seen without her engagement ring in February. What is Blac Chyna's net worth and what work does she do now? Blac Chyna's net worth is valued at Continue Reading

‘The Boss Baby’ Gets Oscar Nod, Twitter Shakes Head: ‘What Have You People Done?’

"'The Boss Baby' beat 'Lego Batman' for Best Animated Feature??!" Ashley Boucher, provided by Published 9:37 am, Tuesday, January 23, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 ‘The Boss Baby’ Gets Oscar Nod, Twitter Shakes Head: ‘What Have You People Done?’ 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Every year, Oscar nominations come with the requisite “Snubs and Surprises” hot takes, but one nomination this year in particular has the internet scratching its head. Dreamworks’ “The Boss Baby” is nominated for Best Animated Feature Film, along with “Coco,” “The Breadwinner,” “Ferdinand” and “Loving, Vincent.” The movie led by the voice performance of Alec Baldwin as a savvy corporate-minded baby, was also nominated for a Golden Globe, but still, people on Twitter are confused by its recognition by the Academy. Most are upset that it beat out the “Lego Batman Movie” for a nod. Latest entertainment videos Now Playing: Now Playing Tom Hardy's 90s rap mixtape is leaked online Brandpoint Playful Pig Makes Cleaning Up Look Easy Storyful 'The Shape of Water' leads Oscar noms Associated Press Blanchett, Khan, John honored for human rights work Associated Press Kanye and Kim Kardashian West Reveal Daughter's Name Is Chicago Entertainment Weekly Crosswinds Cause Plane to Slide Across Wet Runway at Birmingham Airport Storyful Academy Awards 2018: Best Director Nominee Christopher Nolan Entertainment Weekly Academy Awards 2018: Best Supporting Actor Nominee Richard Jenkins Entertainment Weekly Megyn Kelly Claps Back at Jane Fonda Over Plastic Surgery Question, References 'Hanoi Jane' Entertainment Weekly The Wall from Game of Thrones Actually Exists, And It's in Siberia Ruptly TV One user noted that the “Lego Batman Movie” earned a whopping 91 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, while Continue Reading

Influencer subculture: the Kim Kardashian lookalikes

They are the ultimate followers. They go under the knife, get their cheeks sculpted, foreheads frozen, noses streamlined, necks and chins contoured, lips filled and apply makeup with a precision that leaves them nothing short of a Kim Kardashian facsimile.“Keeping Up With the Kardashians” has taken on a whole new meaning, thanks to an influencer subculture of Kardashian lookalikes that’s emerged online. This group of women, some now barely distinguishable from the real thing, have become influencers in their own right who boast anywhere from 500,000 to one million followers on Instagram.For them, following the second eldest Kardashian sibling isn’t enough — they need to be her, or at least look just like her.And looking like Kardashian is no longer just a very expensive hobby — it’s becoming a business. Influencer marketing agencies claim that brands seeking influencer support for product launches or to raise awareness that can’t afford the real thing now have their pick when it comes to Kardashian-esque types. A quick search on Instagram shows that these lookalikes have worked with brands from Estée Lauder Cos. Inc.-owned Glamglow in the Middle East and MAC Cosmetics in the United Arab Emirates to Iconic London, Gerard Cosmetics and Loving Tan.The reason all these copycats is twofold: the Internet and modern medicine.If not for the advent of social media and its widespread adoption — Kardashian has one of the largest followings in the world at 106 million — it’s unlikely this army of clones would have been able to attract the attention and massive audiences they’ve managed to today. Plus, there’s the whole medical side. Cosmetic procedures from plastic surgeons and dermatologists — both of the invasive and noninvasive variety — yield better results than ever before. There are more accessible options pricewise, too: Those who can’t afford a $15,000 rhinoplasty can Continue Reading

When Will The Nose Have Its Beauty Moment?

On Father’s Day a few weeks ago, Kim Kardashian posted a photo of her late father, Robert. It’s a grainy, black-and-white shot from when she was a teenager, and thus her cheeks are plumper, her eyebrows thinner, and she seems to be wearing very little makeup. There are, predictably, thousands of comments underneath her caption (“You were the best dad in the world!”) begging for LB ("like back"), haranguing trolls, or marveling at the family resemblance. Among them are a handful of comments specifically about Kim’s nose, then and now. “Kim looked hella Armenian before her nose job,” says @kiki_lund. “Thank god she changes. Lmfao.” Another, @ourlityouth, says, “Aww she looked cute before the Botox , surgeries , liposuctions , butt implants, and nose jobs + many more,” followed by an emoji laugh-crying. @zonaooohlala19 is more succinct: “You got rid of the nose he gave u.”Over the last few years, Kim’s visual ethnicity has become increasingly vague, with fuller lips and a lasered hairline and skin that glows gold instead of olive. Makeup has helped, of course, namely the contouring done on her nose, powdered to look its skinniest, its pointiest.Kim herself has never confirmed rumours of nose alterations, but that hasn’t stopped anyone from speculating. One gossip site says she didn't get a rhinoplasty, but may have gotten “a non-surgical nose job,” which is somehow perceived as “better.” (NSNJs are done using injectable fillers that can straighten or lift or smooth. They can’t necessarily make a large nose smaller, but they can immediately correct small imperfections or offer better symmetry.) But Kim’s not the only famous woman accused of changing her nose. Judging by rumours, both Beyoncé and Rihanna have gotten nose jobs, and Nicki Minaj too. The Talk host Julie Chen admitted to getting eye surgery to make her eyes look “less Continue Reading

Kim Kardashian slams reports of plastic surgery to lose baby weight: ‘I worked so hard!’

Kim Kardashian is tweeting mad over reports she had plastic surgery to help her lose weight. The reality starlet's post-pregnancy body has been a topic of discussion for months after she welcomed daughter North West in June, but rumors are swirling that Kardashian, 33, didn't achieve her 50 pound slim-down without a bit of cosmetic help. "I am very frustrated today seeing reports that I got surgery to lose my baby weight!" Kardashian tweeted Wednesday, in response to a Life & Style magazine report. "This is FALSE. I worked so hard to train myself to eat right & healthy, I work out so hard & this was such a challenge for me but I did it!!!" A magazine source claims Kardashian had been seeing a Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon — getting "fillers, stretch-mark treatments, and a fat-reducing ultrasound procedure" on her stomach. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashian" starlet was reportedly shelling out $5,000 a session. "I'm so proud of my accomplishment & NO ONE will take this away from me with fake reports!" Kardashian wrote in the Twitter rant. "Say what u want about me but I work hard & am the most disciplined person u will ever meet!" Kanye West's fiancée went on media rounds boasting to have lost her pregnancy pounds with the help of the Atkins diet, along with routine hiking and exercise. A rep for the Atkins company corroborated Kardashian's story, speaking to the Daily News in October. "After she delivered her baby on June 15, she wanted an effective and balance way to lose the baby weight," spokeswoman Jennifer Livingston said. "She'd done Atkins before and knew it worked, so once she got the approval of her doctor, we connected her with our Vice President of Nutrition Colette Heimowitz, who counseled her directly." Livingston said Kardashian has been eating "tons of lean, nutritious foods such as fish, lean cuts of beef, leafy greens, broccoli, Continue Reading

Kathie Lee & Hoda: Kim shows off butt just days before Kanye pops the question, did it inspire him?

Last week, Kim Kardashian Instagrammed a picture of her butt. And just a few days later, her boyfriend, Kanye West, proposed with an $8 million, 15-carat rock. Still, we think that there are certain things that should be left to the imagination. Or at the least, to a private text between two people. KLG: Apparently it made Kanye ask her to marry him, so I don’t know. HK: You think there’s a connection between the ass shot and the proposal? He’s seen that booty before. KLG: If I did that, it would make Frank file for a divorce. It would have the opposite effect on him. HK: I thought most men don’t like other people looking at their girl when, she’s, you know... KLG: Unless she’s the biggest sex symbol in the world and you’re the one that’s got her and get to say, “Look what I got, man. See, I’m heading home now.” It’s an ego thing. PHOTOS: KIM KARDASHIAN ENGAGED TO KANYE WEST: INSIDE THEIR VERY PUBLIC ROMANCE PHOTOS: KIM KARDASHIAN ENGAGED: CELEB ENGAGEMENT RINGS & BLINDING BLING KLG: I think Kanye and Kim should do matching photos of their butts. You know, let’s not have a double standard. Let’s see Kanye at that same angle, baby. HK: Yes, bend over. KLG: I want to see your junk out there, Hoda. I want to see an Instagram with your junk. HK: My junk will never be seen! KLG (cheering): HODA’S JUNK! HODA’S JUNK! ALL THE PEOPLE WANT TO SEE YOUR JUNK! HK: You’re disgusting. I’m horrified. Meanwhile, Lady Gaga also posted a picture of her posterior, in a teeny floral G-string, on the Internet for everyone to see. Turns out the racy tweet was a promo for her new single, “Do What U Want,” which debuted this week. So who has the better butt? EDITOR'S NOTE: Love Kathie Lee and Hoda's column just as much as we do? The Today show wants to hear from you! Snap a pic of you reading KLH online or in print, Continue Reading

Buttock enhancement surgery becoming the hot new plastic surgery trend

Forget face lifts or boob jobs -- in California the latest cosmetic surgery must-have is the buttock enhancement, whether higher, rounder or just smoother. "I just knew that I was unhappy. And you know I did something for myself, something that did make me happy. And I feel great," said Kristina, 21, after going under the knife of surgeon Ashkan Ghavami. He has carried out the S-Curve Buttock Lift operation -- which, instead of using implants, involves fat taken from the tummy and elsewhere and transferred to the buttocks -- on around 700 people. Another of his patients, a 49-year-old accountant with no children, plumped for the operation because, after looking in the mirror, she knew there were "certain areas that no amount of dieting or exercising was going to touch." "So, at 49, I finally said: why not? It makes you feel a lot better, it's esthetically nice, you look nicer in clothes," she said, asking not to be named. Ghavami, an Iranian-American who is assistant clinical professor at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) David Geffen School of Medicine, said Hollywood stars had raised people's desire for a nicer "derriere." "A lot of people focused more on breasts -- for the buttock to be a focus of body shaping is definitely very new," the medic, who pioneered the S-Curve and now teaches it to other surgeons, told AFP at his Beverly Hills clinic. "Finally thanks to Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and all the media, now we are realizing this a much more natural way than butt implants." He has performed the operation -- which typically costs $9,000-$16,000 -- for seven years, with the surgery most popular with black, Latino, gay and transgender people in Los Angeles, where the cult of the body is everywhere. Ghavami's clinic is in the Zip code area "90210" -- the name of a coming of age TV show set in Beverly Hills, a city where dreams famously come true on the silver screen, especially if you look beautiful enough. But Continue Reading

Khloe Kardashian: ‘I probably thought I was prettier before I entered the spotlight’

Khloe Kardashian opens up to the June issue of British Cosmopolitan about her struggle with her body image and the pressure to get pregnant. "I'm confident in who I am. I've always known that I'm not Kim and I'm not Kourtney. I've always been okay with that," the 28-year-old reality star says of being compared with the bodies of her famous sisters. "I probably thought I was prettier before I entered the spotlight, because being compared to somebody else every day does sort of beat up your spirit and soul." What doesn't kill you makes you stronger, and the wife of NBA star Lamar Odom tells the mag she has always had a strong backbone. "I'm pretty tough. I want to say I don't care, but of course [comments about my body] are going to sting. After my father died, I gained a lot of weight, and then I was in the spotlight. I was quickly criticized for not being a cookie-cutter sister like Kourtney and Kim. I lost about 30 pounds before I did ‘Kourtney And Khloé Take Miami.’ “I was feeling so good about myself, and I was still so critiqued." The starlet says she doesn't necessarily think that she is "prettier thinner." "It's so easy to fall victim to public bullying. I understand why so many people in this industry have eating disorders or want plastic surgery, and I'm proud I've done things the healthy way and haven't felt bullied into having my face operated on. I'm not against it. When I'm older, you never know," she continues. Kardashian reveals that her hubby has recently played a part in keeping her healthier. "Lamar just lost 25 pounds. He was put on this amazing meal plan, and through him I learned what I should be eating." "I'm very modern-day when it comes to my personality and my work, but I'm very old-fashioned with my morals and values of being husband and wife. And he will come first. … It's very taboo nowadays to support your man, but you have to do what makes you happy — even if someone else doesn't Continue Reading

Kanye West has taken charge of Kim Kardashian’s fashion choices, say insiders

KIM KARDASHIAN is in the midst of a makeover, thanks to her fashion-forward boyfriend. A source close to the bootylicious reality star and her beau Kanye West tells us the hip-hop artiste has been “styling” the 31-year-old future divorcée. West, who has shown his Dw fashion line in Paris, “is helping Kardashian with her fashion choices,” the insider explains. We wonder what Yeezy makes of his girlfriend’s Sears clothing line. CARLOS BELTRAN returned to New York Thursday and told us he was eager to get a good look at Jonathon Niese’s schnoz. The St. Louis Cardinals outfielder famously paid for his former Mets teammate to get a nose job last off-season, but admitted he hadn’t seen the finished product. “I honestly haven’t had a chance to really see him from close up,” said Beltran, who held a fund-raiser for his Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy at Sofrito restaurant on E. 57th St. that brought out Mets hurler Johan Santana, injured Yankees closer Mariano Rivera and former Mets great Dwight Gooden. Gooden said when he played, in the ’80s and ’90s, a teammate offering to pay for someone's plastic surgery would have been unfathomable. If a player had an eccentric feature, they got a ribbing instead of a referral. “We used to get on guys like Andy Pettitte,” said Gooden. “We used to yell at him, ‘Donkey Nose,’ and stuff like that.” BARBRA STREISAND may not hold a candle to Marilyn Monroe in the sensuality department, but when it comes to lasting star power, Lawrence Schiller says the two are in a league by themselves. At a private reception for the photographer’s “Marilyn & Me” exhibition at the Steven Kasher Gallery in Chelsea on Wednesday, we asked Schiller to name a contemporary female celebrity who would have Monroe’s enduring allure. “You can’t look at anyone contemporary because they’re just starting down Continue Reading

Dogs get spa and plastic surgery treatments; ‘Neuticles’ fill space left when a pet is neutered

People and their pets often end up resembling each other, but image-obsessed Americans are taking that age-old relationship a step further, treating their four-legged friends to everything from spa facials to testicle implants. In a nation of surgically enhanced human breasts, teeth and skin, perhaps it was just a matter of time before the beauty stakes were raised for pooches and cats. One end of the spectrum features dogs like Hops, a Maltese terrier who recently was given a blueberry facial, followed by a blow dry, and tooth brushing with chicken-flavored paste, at Manhattan's Downtown Doghouse spa. Groomer Ani Corless described this as the new normal for lapdogs. STARS AND THEIR DOGS "These are man-made breeds and they require maintenance," she said. Mid-facial, Hops ejected a tiny puddle of vomit, but otherwise did seem to enjoy the attention. More extreme -- and painful -- makeovers are also gaining ground. New York Republican lawmaker Nicole Malliotakis says animals are subjected to tattoos, earrings, nose rings, chin rings, tummy tucks, even facelifts. Owner of two Chihuahuas called Peanut and Olympia, Malliotakis has proposed a law to ban cosmetic alterations to pets in New York state, calling this "a form of animal cruelty." "I would never think of putting my dog through any of these procedures," she told AFP. THE DOG ATE IT: CRAZY CANINE X-RAYS But Gregg Miller, founder of a company called Neuticles, says Malliotakis is "nuts" and exaggerating the problem. Nuts might be a favorite word for Miller, whose company outside Kansas City leads the world in manufacturing fake animal testicles. Created from the same silicone used to enlarge women's breasts, Neuticles fill the space left when a pet is neutered. "We've Neuticled well over 500,000 pets in the United States and all over the world -- dogs, cats, horses bulls, monkeys, rats, water buffalo," Miller said. Prices range between $119 for the XSmall pair and Continue Reading