Kris and Bruce Jenner may have called it quits, but the Kardashian matriarch says her late husband, Robert, was the one that got away."The one regret, if I had to do it over, would be divorcing Robert Kardashian," Jenner, 57, tells the latest issue of New You magazine, on newsstands Oct. 19. "But then there wouldn't have been Kendall and Kylie, so that's the way I look at it."She goes on to say, "Everything happens for a reason, and we learn from our mistakes. I thought I was so smart when I was young; I was fearless." The mother of six also admits that she sees herself in all of her children.
The "New York Post" says MADONNA got scolded for texting during a movie . . . then attacked the person who called her out. It happened during a screening of the new movie "12 Years a Slave" at the New York Film Festival Wednesday night. As the movie started, Madonna kept her face in her phone . . . until an audience member asked her to put it away. So she snapped back, quote, "It's for business . . . enslaver!"
Actor CRAIG ROBINSON was busted for drug possession in the Bahamas Wednesday. Customs officials found a small amount of pot and Ecstasy on him as he tried to board a plane in Nassau. Robinson told the magistrate he didn't know the stuff was illegal in the Bahamas. They just gave him a $1,000 fine. (Robinson played Darryl on "The Office". You also know him from "Pineapple Express", "Hot Tub Time Machine" and "This Is the End".)
A new book claims SHERYL CROW personally witnessed then-boyfriend LANCE ARMSTRONG doping back in 2004. The book says, quote, "He explained that it was simply part of the sport . . . that all cyclists were doing the same thing."
Before AMANDA BYNES got locked up, she commissioned a $10,000 grill from celebrity jeweler Ben Baller. Unfortunately, he's been unable to get it to her, so now it's just collecting dust. He posted a picture of it on Instagram and asked his followers what he should do with it.
KENDRICK PERKINS of the Oklahoma City Thunder was arrested yesterday for allegedly punching a woman in the face outside a Texas nightclub back in July.It all started when two women got into a fender-bender outside the Nox nightclub in Harris County. One of the women was with Perkins, and their two groups ended up brawling.The other woman says Perkins punched her in the face. Police investigated, and finally decided they had enough evidence to arrest him. He was booked and released on $1,000 bond.
The nominees for the "41st Annual American Music Awards" were announced yesterday . . . and MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS led everyone with six nominations. The ceremony will air live on Sunday, November 24th . . . but until then, fans can vote for their favorites at AMAvote.com.The nominees for the "41st Annual American Music Awards" were announced yesterday . . . and MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS led everyone with six nominations.JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE and TAYLOR SWIFT followed with five nominations . . . while FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE, RIHANNA and ROBIN THICKE scored four apiece.AMA nominees are determined using a formula that weighs artists' music sales, prevalence on radio and TV, Internet streams and videos . . . plus, "additional online metrics," which include social-media activity. Two performers have been announced already: IMAGINE DRAGONS and . . . BRACE YOURSELF . . . MILEY CYRUS.
Artist of the Year:
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Single of the Year:
"Cruise", Florida Georgia Line featuring Nelly
"Blurred Lines", Robin Thicke featuring Pharrell and T.I.
"Thrift Shop", Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz
Fox has announced that an upcoming "Simpsons" episode will be loaded with guest stars . . . including Seth Rogen, Channing Tatum and Judas Priest singer Rob Halford. The episode is about movie piracy, and is expected to air sometime in January.
There's a new reality show in development called "Celebrity Champions", where celebrities will do GYMNASTICS. Like "Dancing with the Stars", they'll be coached by professionals, including former Olympians. MARY LOU RETTON will be the lead judge, but there's no word on any celebrities yet.
PARIS HILTON flipped out after a radio DJ asked her if she regretted the sex tape that basically launched her as a "celebrity." When the interview was over, she thought she'd hung up but the line was still open, and you could hear her call him [an effing A-hole], and say she's never doing the show again.
50 CENT is still facing a domestic violence charge, so it probably wasn't a good idea for him to joke about beating a woman on Instagram. He shared a list called "Pimp Guidelines to Keep a [Hoe]", and it included this: Quote, "Every now and then, knock her ass out."
Farewell, Finn Hudson. Emotional, gut-wrenching and heartbreaking are just a few of the words to describe Glee's highly anticipated Cory Monteith tribute episode that finally aired Thursday night. The episode -- so perfectly titled "The Quarterback" -- does not reveal how the charming Hudson died (as previously promised by creator Ryan Murphy), and doesn't include a funeral. Instead, the storyline primarily centers around someone stealing Finn's letterman jacket, and with Mr. Schue (Matthew Morrison) asking the Glee members to sing songs for Finn that either remind them of him, or something he himself had sung before.
• "Sunday Night Football" . . . 8:30 to 11:30 P.M. Eastern on NBC. The Dallas Cowboys host the Washington Redskins at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
• "The Walking Dead" [4th Season Premiere] . . . 9:00 to 10:00 P.M. on AMC . . . followed by "Talking Dead" [3rd Season Premiere] from 10:00 to 11:00 P.M.
• "Boardwalk Empire" . . . 9:00 to 10:00 P.M. on HBO. Patricia Arquette stars as an owner of a speak-easy.
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