Kris Kardashian has been named by LALATE NEWS as Smartest Celebrity for 2008. Kris Kardashian tops LALATE’s year end 2008 celebrity retrospective of the best, and worse, celebrities of 2008.
Kris Kardashian top nods as Smartest Celebrity.
Kardashian’s management of Kourtney, Khloe, and Kim has been short of brilliant. 2008 represented several parent-managed celebrities loosing popularity including slides in Jessica Simpson, Lindsay Lohan, and Paris Hilton.
But while Kim was a late entree to the “it” girl arena in 2007, by 2008 she maintained and grew, passing Lohan and Simpson on fan base.
One thing remains konsistent with each Kardashian – fans really enjoy this family and continue to do so .
LALATE NEWS was the first major news site to report of Kim in early 2007, before any reality tv show, when both Kim and LALATE came from nightlife tie-ins in Hollywood. Back then, Kardashian, and certainly her sisters, were not household names. But by December 2007, Kardashian was a hit in Playboy, the sisters’ reality show had premiered and quickly renewed, and Kim was headlining international press as much as at home.
What Kris Kardashian has been able to do is keep all of her children looking real, enjoyable, and entertaining.
And when LALATE visited with his elderly aunt, the first celebrity she always mentions is Kim Kardashian – calling her beautiful and charming.
LALATE’s choice of Stupidest Celebrity of 2008 is Plaxico Burress.
While awarding him this distinction is a no brainer itself, who in their right mind, on a winning team, allegedly takes a loaded fire arm to a crowded New York club, on your body, in your pocket? Burress became the target of Mayor Bloomberg following the arrest. Bloomberg called Plaxico’s actions unacceptable, vowing to prosecute him to the full extent of the law. If the charges are true, Burress endangered others, could have permanently injured himself and ended his career.
What other celebrities will be named the worse and best of 2008? Stay with LALATE for the announcements being released over the next few days. For continuing coverage: