Jones was sentenced to death nearly 20 years ago, despite many criticizing the way that his case was handled. Kardashian West and other celebrities have spoken out against his sentencing.
And it's not for a flattering reason, in case you weren't already sure.
They haven't looked too far ahead, at least in the public's view.
"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" is coming to an end after 13 years and nearly 20 seasons, as revealed by Kim Kardashian West in a statement.
Save for a lone American Flag emoji, the Kardashians have mostly stayed quiet on Kanye West's latest presidential run announcement.
Sia adopted two sons who were getting too old for foster care in 2019, and the youngest just welcomed two children.
"It's got a little bit of everything. It's got fashion and modeling. It's got pyrotechnics."
The "Flip it Like Disick" star shares Mason, Penelope and Reign with Kourtney Kardashian.
A number of other celebrities including model Emily Ratajkowski, Migos, Pusha T, Blink-182, and Lil Yachty were also hit with lawsuits for promoting the event.
"I am disgusted by so many things I am seeing."
In her own tweet, she claimed neither of her sisters apologized for the argument.
"Momentary exposure, just looking at an advertisement or a picture of a celebrity showing off expensive goods, can trigger materialistic attitudes," Dr. Rodolfo Leyva told Newsweek.
The 22-year-old supermodel was back on her feet for the Academy Awards.
In one clip, Kylie describes her pregnancy cravings.
The posts are viewed as entertaining by some, but are also part of a disturbing internet trend.
Kim, co-founder of The Hundreds, has produced 'Built to Fail: A Streetwear Story,' about fashion's evolution from punk, skate and hip-hop subcultures.
Don't blame this Pepsi ad for why Kendall Jenner is not on an NFL roster.
Trump has turned the election and presidency into the greatest reality TV show on Earth.
The fur is flying as musical kingpin threatens lawsuit against off-Broadway parody
Armenians are being urged to write one Wikipedia entry each to boost the national culture