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It seems like Khloe Kardashian might have finally healed her broken heart with the help of alleged new love, rapper French Montana. The semi-blonde bombshell was recently spotted with the “I Luh Ya Papi” star in the Bronx by paparazzi after getting a quick bite to eat. The 29-year-old was also photographed wearing a necklace bearing an Arabic name, which according to E! News means ‘Karim,’ French’s real name. The two have been hanging out on both coasts, but sources say they are simply just enjoying each other’s company. Rumor has it that Kim K. may have a problem with the relationship, as she is good friends with Trina, to whom the Moroccan-born star was recently linked before Khloe and Montana’s relationship began to surface. Reportedly, Trina isn’t two happy that Khloe is seeing her ex-beau. Despite the stories, time will only tell if the odd couple is really an item.
Indio, Calif. played host to one the year’s largest music showcases: The Coachella Valley Music Festival. This year, the biggest names and their sets dominated the two-weekend extravaganza. Beyonce and Jay-Z took the concert with Bey getting in on the action, joining her sister Solange on stage during her set. But the biggest performances of the night were definitely Outkast’s return and Pharrell’s spectacular two-set performance. The “Happy” singer showcased his hit-making ability by singing all of his huge throwback hits like “Excuse Me Miss” with Jay Z, “Grinding” with Pusha T, and “U Don’t Have To Call” with Usher. Though they had some glitches along the way, Outkast graced the stage and performed many of their classic hits including fan favorites, “So Fresh, So Clean” and “Hey Ya.” Lastly, Nas showcased his talent with the help of Lauryn Hill and Damian Marley. The rapper had much to celebrate including the 20th anniversary of his debut album “Illmatic.”
20-year-old actress Keke Palmer is taking her career to another level—day-time television . Palmer will be the youngest host on day-time television when her talk show debuts in July. The show, which is called “The Keke Palmer Project,” is executively produced by celebrity judge Greg Mathis. “The Trip to Bountiful” star will tackle a host of issues young adults face including everything from sex to relationships, fashion, pop culture and social media. The show will run for four weeks and will air on BET. Palmer received several notable shout-outs from television titans Wendy Williams and Queen Latifah, who congratulated the “The True Jackson VP” alum on her new-found success.