Bruce no longer keeping up with Kardashians

Bruce and Kris Jenner. He reportedly will not return for the next season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."
Bruce and Kris Jenner. He reportedly will not return for the next season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." (MATT SAYLES / AP)
Posted: February 15, 2014

Bruce bails out

Bruce Jenner won't return for the next season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, even if the show is renewed, reports celeb website TMZ.com, citing Sources close to the Kardashian clan and the show.

TMZ describes the former Olympic decathlon champ, separated from wife Kris Jenner, - mother of Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, and Rob Kardashian - as a reluctant participant in the show who wants to spend more time with his sons from previous marriages.

Moving on

Robin Wright has found balm for the hurt of her breakup with Sean Penn in the person of actor Ben Foster, People mag reports on its website. Wright says she and Penn - who joined the sundering herd in 2009 - stayed together too long but stuck it out for the kids. The House of Cards actress, 47, called the end of her 20-year relationship "devastating" in an interview with the Daily Telegraph newspaper in the U.K.

Wright and Foster, 33, met in 2011 when both were in the cast of the film Rampart.

And stay out!

Immigration officials in New Zealand refused Los Angeles rappers Odd Future entry to the South Pacific nation on Thursday as a threat to public order, the Associated Press reports. The group was supposed to play an open-air concert headlined by Eminem on Saturday in Auckland.

Authorities banned the rappers after learning of a 2011 incident in Boston in which some witnesses claimed group members incited fans to attack police officers.

Group member Tyler, the Creator took to Twitter (who doesn't) to make his unhappiness known: "They said we were 'terrorist threats and bad for the society' or whatever. Sick," he wrote. He later tweeted, "I love NZ tho."

The hip-hop group, also known as Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, is known for its anarchic style and lyrics featuring drugs, killing, and rape.

In the 2011 incident, Tyler, the Creator was signing autographs at a comic store when police were called because of the large number of fans, according to AP. News reports at the time said Tyler and two others climbed on the roof and shouted insults at the police, and some viewed that as inciting fans to attack.


Compiled by the Inquirer staff.

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