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WHO 9 October 2017

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1 min.
keep up!

Celebrating 10 years since the 2007 launch ofKeeping Up With the Kardashians, Kris Jenner made a wisecrack toThe Hollywood Reporter: “When we first started, I jokingly said, ‘We’ll be on Season 32, Kylie gets married,’ ” she said in the magazine’s cover story. “I was kidding, and here we are, and it’s Season 14, so be careful what you wish for.” Really careful. With news that Kylie Jenner—she was only 9 when the series started— is now expecting a baby (see p. 24), the famous family, whose roller-coaster lives are aired in 167 countries, are a walking soap opera that never ceases to deliver story lines. Oh, how things have changed ...…

1 min.
lights, music, action!

FLIGHTS OF FANCY Coming on stage after Pink’s daring aerial performance, Styles quipped, “I was supposed to fly around, but Pink stole my harness. So that’s out.” Tweeted the “What About Us” singer in response: “I can share.” This week, everyone’s talking about ... AS WELL AS AN ECLECTIC line-up of rock (Kings of Leon), pop (Little Mix), R&B (The Weeknd) and country (Thomas Rhett) at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on Sept. 22–23, surprise guests were on the cards. Louis Tomlinson joined Bebe Rexha, who also teamed with DJ David Guetta, Lorde roped in Khalid on “Homemade Dynamite”, and Macklemore provided back-up for Kesha. But king of the unexpected was DJ Khaled, who had Quavo, Chance the Rapper, Travis Scott, Demi Lovato and French Montana (who had a “legendary weekend!”…

2 min.
scott & sofia ‘he can’t help himself’

SOFIA, SO FAR “I feel like I grew up kind of fast, but I love my life and the way I grew up,” Lionel Richie’s younger daughter told December’s Complex. “You’re a socialite because you’re born into it. That’s not what I want. I actually really enjoy work ethic.” THEY’VE BEEN GETTING SUSPICIOUSLY close in New York and Beverly Hills, but Scott Disick and Sofia Richie have now made it Instagram official in Miami. On Sept. 23 the father-of-three, 34, and the aspiring model, 19, were presented with a dessert bearing the chocolate message: “Congratulations Scott and Sophia [sic]!” Footage shows them being cheered as they smooch. Richie insisted they were “just friends” in June, after they were snapped partying in Cannes, Miami and Malibu. “They were just friends, but you know Scott,”…

1 min.
my new fight

She has a blossoming modelling and acting career, and now the daughter of the late pop legend Michael Jackson has been named an ambassador for the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. “I was given the opportunity to work with an organisation that truly touches my familial roots,” says Jackson, 19. Not only were her father, who died in 2009, and Taylor, who died in 2011, famous friends, but the movie legend was her godmother. In August Jackson travelled to Malawi, where she visited patients with HIV and AIDS, and got a first-hand look at the work funded by ETAF. “How could I not seize upon that opportunity to make change and help others?” asks Jackson. “Given the platform that I was blessed with, I couldn’t sit idly by and watch the world…

2 min.
not long now!

MEGAN GALE “This pregnancy, I’ve been making sure to spend ample quality time with my boys before 3 becomes 4,” posted Gale on Sept. 14. But she also “whisked myself off for some indulgent ‘me’ time and it was THE BEST.” STEPPING OUT ON Sept. 20 in Melbourne, Megan Gale looked stylish, if burgeoning, as she picked up takeaway. It could be her last unencumbered outing, as the 42-year-old, who became engaged to AFL player Shaun Hampson, 29, in July, is expecting their second child any week now. Despite posting about the side effects of pregnancy—water retention, snoring, heartburn and extreme tiredness—the mother of River, 3, noted on June 14, “I may not get to do this again. So I’ll take the bad because I know there’s SO much good.” And she’s not…

1 min.
change makers

ON A WARM EVENING IN NEW York’s Central Park, 60,000 people came together not for a picnic, but to promote a world free of hunger and hate at the sixth annual Global Citizen Festival on Sept. 23. Performing for the crowd, who had won tickets by taking action on social media, were big names including Pharrell Williams, the Killers, Green Day, the Lumineers, Alessia Cara, Big Sean and The Chainsmokers, who posted, “We think it crazy that it’s 2017 there are still parts of this world that suffer from famine,” and called on world leaders to take action. “I didn’t come here to preach,” said Stevie Wonder. “But I’m telling you, our spirits must be in the right place. All the time, not just now. Whenever you need to, [you must]…