Her sisters Kendall and Khloe were also at the event, and praised their sister's appearance, with Kendall telling Kim, "You look so skinny". And today, Kim has shared yet another photo of her bikini body - this time in a solo shot. Christmas eve star of the reality was a cold blond, shaved off their long hair and made a long Bob, and sloppy styling then replaced straightened hair. Kim replies with a high-pitched "thank you".
Kendall jokingly said she was "really concerned" about her sister as she didn't think she was eating because she looked "so skinny".
Given there is a very big difference between losing weight and celebrating looking "anorexic", it's disappointing Kardashian West wasn't more tactful.
"Don't Underestimate Trump": US After China Threatens Retaliatory Tariffs
The ministry also said the U.S. measures violated World Trade Organisation rules and damaged China's interests. But Kudlow's toughest words came about the Chinese economy itself, which is second only to the United States.
Kim Kardashian West is having a hell of a week on social media, and it's only Tuesday.
She said she receives a "stack of letters" every day and recently visited a women's detention center.
Kim Kardashian West wishes she hadn't chopped her hair off.
PS4 Breaks 80 Million Units Sold
Sony also raised its outlook for sales to 8.6 trillion yen from 8.3 trillion yen, citing higher-than-expected video-game sales. The figures are Sony's first quarterly results under new CEO Kenichiro Yoshida, who replaced Kazuo Hirai in April.
Late night host Jimmy Kimmel mocked President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump while talking to Kim Kardashian, but she refused to join in on the bashing.
"I walk in and I'm like- I look around and I'm kind of starstruck by the Oval Office and the first thing I say in our meeting, I say, 'Holy sh*t".
Many fans were quick to condemn Kim on social media for condoning being stick thin and many even though that she was promoting anorexia.
Trump rallying Florida voters behind DeSantis for governor
He also advocated for requiring voters to present photo identification, even though Florida already has such a law on the books. SANDERS: "The president wants to see the integrity of our election systems upheld, and that's the objective of his comments".