Kim Kardashian Jon Hamm
March 14, 2012 by staff
Kim Kardashian Jon Hamm, Kim Kardashian isn’t too pleased that “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm is calling her mean names. Hamm, in the April edition of Elle UK, said it doesn’t make sense to him that over-the-top personalities like the Kardashian clan are not only celebrated in today’s culture but also rewarded significantly.
“We’re at a place where the idea of being ‘elite’ is somehow considered negative,” Hamm said. “Whether it’s Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupidity is certainly celebrated.”
Reality TV queen Kardashian apparently wasn’t in the mood to be put on blast by Hamm and fired back via her Twitter account.
“I just heard about the comment Jon Hamm made about me in an interview,” she writes. “I respect Jon and I am a firm believer that everyone is entitled to their own opinion and that not everyone takes the same path in life.
“We’re all working hard and we all have to respect one another. Calling someone who runs their own businesses, is a part of a successful TV show, produces, writes, designs, and creates ‘stupid’ is, in my opinion, careless.”
Eastwoods headed to E!
Go ahead, Jon Hamm, make Clint Eastwood’s day.
Some of Eastwood’s female family members are about to pull their own Kardashian imitation and headline a reality series that’s scheduled to premiere in May, the E! network said Tuesday.
That’s right, Dina Eastwood, wife of the “Dirty Harry” star since 1996, will be joined by their 15-year-old daughter, Morgan, and the 18-year-old Francesca, Clint’s daughter with actress Frances Fisher, in “Mrs. Eastwood & Company.” The 10-episode series is scheduled to debut May 20.
Also scheduled to appear are the members of the all-male singing group Overtone. They’re managed by Dina Eastwood.
Clint Eastwood, the iconic actor-filmmaker and star of Chrysler’s “It’s Halftime in America” 2012 Super Bowl commercial, is expected to appear on the series.
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