(Yahoo!) - Everyone's jaws dropped on Wednesday morning after they saw how fabulous Kim Kardashian's post-baby beach bod looked on Us Weekly's latest cover - hat is, everyone's jaw except for Kim's.
"Omg! Insider's" Thea Andrews caught up with the reality star Wednesday morning at The Hollywood Reporter’s 22nd annual Women in Entertainment breakfast presented by Lifetime, where - proving that she's her own harshest critic - she revealed that seeing that picture only made her want to work harder in the gym.
"I don't know if I really love that shot," Kim confessed.
"You worked really hard for it though, and you're being recognized for it," Thea replied.
"I'm so critical of myself, so I look at it [and] I'm like, 'Alright I have to get back in the gym, don't slack for the holidays,' after seeing that," noted the 33-year-old beauty. "And I'm like, 'I have a couple more [pounds] to go.'"
Kim also opened up about how focused she was on whipping her physique back into shape after having given birth to daughter Nori in June. "It just feels good for me that I really was never a dieter and I could never stick to anything. I had more will power, so I think because of so much media scrutiny it really motivated me actually … to want to really stick and commit to something," she continued.
"And after like six weeks for the doctor to say you can start working out and dieting, I really stuck with this. So I was really proud of the accomplishment that I stuck to a diet that before I was never able to do."
Toya Wright only spent a few hours in the slammer after she was arrested in Atlanta for an unpaid parking ticket, but Lil Wayne‘s ex says she was traumatized by the experience.
The former reality star says she wants to advocate for better treatment of inmates after her horrific ordeal.
She told the site she has plans to “advocate for better treatment of inmates” after witnessing events she called “inhumane.”
Even though reports say she was arrested for an unpaid parking ticket, she says she won’t be breaking the law again.
“Please believe I’m working on lightening up my lead foot.”
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While millions watched President Obama spek at the memorial service of Nelson Mandela and we captivated by his words, many watched in horror.
Deaf people watching the Nelson Mandela memorial were shocked by a “fake” sign language interpreter on stage whose gestures were unintelligible.
Hundreds of people took to social media to express their anger at the interpreter’s gestures, and several deaf groups confirmed his motions did not reflect the comments being made to honor Mandela
Paul Breckell, chief executive of the U.K.-based charity Action on Hearing Loss, told NBC News: “We are shocked by the quality of sign language interpretation at Nelson Mandela’s memorial — if it could be called interpretation at all.”
He added that “the limited number of signs, the amount of repetition, lack of facial expressions and huge gaps in translation meant that deaf or hard of hearing people across the world were completely excluded from one of the biggest events in recent history.”
Among the first to express their dissatisfaction was Wilma Newhoudt-Druchen, the first deaf woman to be elected to the South African parliament, who tweeted that the signing was “rubbish,” adding: “He cannot sign. Please get him off.”
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