Kim Kardashian shuns wedding gift returns, donates to charity instead

Just when you thought Kim Kardashian’s handling of her short-lived marriage to Kris Humphries could not possibly get any tackier: The socialite finally addressed the fate of her wedding gifts… and while she’s offering up twice their net worth for a good cause, the givers won’t see a dime.

According to TMZ, Kim calculated her wedding gifts’ value at about $100,000 and donated double that to the Dream Foundation.

Which is great and all…but her ex is said to believe she should have returned the gifts, and we agree. Hello, not everyone makes bank just for letting cameras follow them around, Kim!

Demi feels better

Well, Demi Moore’s vacation – er, recovery – has come to an end. After checking out of rehab, then taking time out in the Turks and Caicos Islands, the actress has returned to Los Angeles.

The star was caught by TMZ cameras disembarking from a private jet Sunday. She was coming off a stint at the tony Cirque Lodge treatment facility, followed by an ultra-private Caribbean vacation – all occasioned by her January visit to the emergency room for a reported overdose.

Which must have been traumatic for Demi…as we keep reminding ourselves while checking out photos of her looking tanned and chillaxed.

Tequila overdose

Tila Tequila spent a week in the hospital after allegedly suffering a brain aneurysm — then guzzling two bottles of pills to combat the pain symptoms, Radar Online reports.

“It was terrifying for Tila and death was knocking at her door,” a source said of the petite former reality star, who is said to have dropped from 100 to 78 pounds.

“Tila threw up all over her bed after overdosing and felt like she was dying. She was screaming for help, and in desperation, broke her bedroom window and attempted to jump out,” related the source. “Finally a friend came over after getting a strange text from her and found her convulsing on the bed. He called an ambulance and she was taken to the hospital.”

Hmm…seems like this story should be telling us more about the drama of a 30-year-old woman having an aneurysm in the first place.

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