Page Six reports reality-TV creation Kim Kardashian, 33, ridiculed radio reports Friday that she'd forgotten her 1-year-old daughter, amusingly named North West, in a Paris hotel Wednesday. "Heard on the radio today some story I forgot my daughter at our hotel as I'm leaving for the airport," Kardashian tweeted. "Are you kidding me?!?!?! LOL" In another tweet, Kardashian made fun of the idea that she'd left North by herself in the lobby. "Do u guys really think a one year old would be inside the lobby by herself! Oh wait," Kardashian added mockingly, "she was waiting to check out."
Giudice to big house
Ouch. Teresa Giudice, one of the stars of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," is about to discover whether orange really is the new black, as the 42-year-old faces up to 15 months in the slammer for mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud. Hubby Joe is looking at up to 45 months. The couple were indicted last year for concealing money in a bankruptcy filing, but were sentenced Thursday on the wider charges. Newark U.S. District Judge Esther Salas slammed the two for incomplete probation reports and for omitting $75,000 in a tally of their assets.
Mr. Hockey tells all
Red Wings legend Gordie Howe, 86, has written a memoir, "Mr. Hockey," coming out this month. Free copies of Howe's book will be given away to 120 lucky people at the Metro Detroit Book & Author Society's fall book lunch Oct. 20. The event starts at noon at Burton Manor, 27777 Schoolcraft in Livonia. Book sales start at 11 a.m. The lunch will also feature talks by best-sellers Kathy Reichs, Lisa Jackson, Craig Johnson, Gary Shteyngart and Hampton Sides. For tickets, go to bookandauthor.info or call (586) 685-5750.
Hillary's wisdom for Charlotte
Likely presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, 66, has some advice for her newly born granddaughter, Charlotte, whom she calls "the most perfect, most beautiful, smartest 5-day-old you will ever meet." Speaking at a women's conference in Miami on Thursday, Clinton said, according to People, "Do the very best you can at everything you do, but learn from your mistakes and your failures. Second, be kind. Try to find a time for kindness every single day." Words to live by.
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