Prepare for Kendall Jenner onslaught

Jason LaVeris/FilmMagicKendall Jenner launches the new PacSun holiday collection at PacSun Glendale Galleria on November 9

Jason LaVeris/FilmMagicKendall Jenner launches the new PacSun holiday collection at PacSun Glendale Galleria on November 9

It’s time for the great Kendall Jenner publicity rollout — she just turned 18. She can’t sing, dance, act, or even really model, though she is the brand ambassador for Seventeen magazine.

A shot of her in a see-through blouse is making the rounds, a true Kardashian woman’s rite of passage.

She does have two different kinds of nail polish named for her — All Kendall-ed Up and Kendall on the Katwalk — so there’s that.

Anywho, prepare for the onslaught.

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OutKast will reunite and headline at next year’s Coachella festival.

Kelly Clarkson is pregnant with her first child.

A judge has denied the children of Casey Kasem — who has an advanced case of Parkinson’s disease — a temporary conservatorship, leaving his wife with primary control over medical decisions.

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Singer Carly Rae Jepsen is 28.

Musician Björk is 48.

Actress Nicollette Sheridan (“Desperate Housewives”) is 50.

Actress Goldie Hawn (“Housesitter”) is 68.

Musician Dr. John is 73.

Actress Marlo Thomas (“That Girl”) is 76.

Actor Joseph Campanella (“Mannix”) is 86.FeaturesGossipKendall Jenner

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