The Kardashian Report: Kim and Kourtney Kardashian Want to be Virgins Again
We don’t think it works that way…
During a recent episode of Kocktails with Khloe, Khloe Kardashian revealed Kim and Kourtney Kardashian’s latest obsession: vaginal lasers. Talking to her guest Terry Dubrow, a plastic surgeon, Khloe said, ‘My sisters they’ve had kids, and there’s a vaginal lasering, to tighten. In my household all they do is talk about this vagina lasering,” she said before adding, “It’s like their discussion back and forth.”
Dubrow chimed in, saying that procedure works, “It shrinks the inside and it basically… revirginizes.”
We’ll just leave it at that.
In Scott Disick news…now the reality star is getting in-home mani-pedis and he wants you to know about it!
The father of Kourtney Kardashian’s children posted a photo of himself lounging while two professionals diligently cleaned up his nails. You can always count on Lord Disick to shared his decadent habits with his social media followers!
We can debate Scott’s royal claim, but he clearly lives like royalty!
Khloé Kardashian shared this hilarious video she manipulated of niece North West talking smack. “I’m definitely going to be sharing more of these with you guys—they’re too good to keep to myself. Get ready for some KoKo-fied Mason, Penelope, Reign and Saint vids!!!” she wrote on her app.
Kim Kardashian’s nutritionist revealed exactly what the mom-of-two eats in a day in order to drop 42 pounds. According to Colette Heimowitz, VP of nutrition and education at Atkins Nutritionals, the reality star is on a low-carb diet and only eats 1,800 calories a day.
“[Kim] is limited to four ounces of cheese a day,” she told Redbook, adding that other dairy products like sour cream, half-and-half, and butter are also strictly limited. “These things aren’t unlimited, but she can have them—just enough to keep you satisfied.”
Heimowitz added that “sugar, sweets, cakes, crackers, white flour, white rice” are no-no foods for Kardashian, explaining that she sticks to having eggs, fish, chicken, or meat be included in every meal. “The secret is [to] pick high-fiber carbohydrates that slow the release of sugar into the bloodstream,” she said. “[So] instead of white rice you have a little brown rice. Instead of a white potato you could have a yam. And [when you want] dessert, you can make one with Splenda instead of sugar.”