After-party flirting for Kanye and Kim?

Getty Images file photosRumors: Kanye West couldn’t keep his hands off Kim Kardashian at a recent party.

Getty Images file photosRumors: Kanye West couldn’t keep his hands off Kim Kardashian at a recent party.

Is Kim Kardashian already rebounding from her split with Kris Humphries? The socialite was spotted allegedly getting very close to rapper Kanye West, with whom the rumor mill has linked her in the past.

At the after-party for Kanye’s L.A. “Watch the Throne” concert with Jay-Z, the chemistry between the two was apparently apparent.

“Kanye was eating Kim up like she was a piece of cake,” a source declares to the New York Daily News. “He was all over her — caressing her head, touching her waist.”

“I think he was dying to kiss her, but there were too many people in the room,” adds the source.

Just imagine if Kim and Kanye did get together — what an over-the-top wedding that would be!

Bad Neighbor?

Paris Hilton’s neighbors reportedly want her out of their neighborhood after an early Christmas party caused a massive traffic backup at the security checkpoint of her gated community.

“Paris’ parties are legendary. She always goes all out. Uninvited guests that were going to visit other people’s houses had to wait almost 35 minutes in line on a Wednesday night, just to get in to  see the person they were going to visit. Paris does provide valet parking for party guests, and this clogs the streets around her house. Paris is the neighbor from hell,” fumes one neighbor to Radar Online.

Residents of Mulholland Estates are “hoping that she puts her house up for sale and moves out. They just want her to go away, pack up and leave,” declares the source.

Too harsh? Maybe not: Evidently this wasn’t the first time the increasingly irrelevant socialite has ticked off the fellow residents of her exclusive enclave.

“Paris had proven to be at that point — very disrespectful to her neighbors, with the loud parties, and constant stream of people coming and going from her house, and let’s not forget the criminal element that has besieged Paris since she moved in. Her house was burglarized multiple times, she had a knife-wielding stalker that tried to break into her house,” continues the neighbor.

Hey, we’re no fans of Paris, and we have no doubt she’s spoiled and self-centered … but it hardly seems fair to hold being a victim of burglary and stalking against her!

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