Sep 1, 2015
Kylie Jenner sure knows how to make an appearance! The 18-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was the only Kardashian/ Jenner to go for a wardrobe change between the 2015 MTV VMAs and the after-party, and she did it in this show-stopping, revealing, black Balmain dress. PHOTOS: Best and Worst Dressed at the 2015 VMAs Splash News Kylie, Tyga and more of her squad arrived at the Republic Records VMA Afterparty at Ysabel in West Hollywood, California, and judging by this pantless morning after Instagram, the crew had some type of night. The young homeowner was feeling the dress two, repeatedly posting on her Instagram about it, writing, "this dress is bombbb." Kylie was all Balmain all night, and also wore this embellished tan minidress by the designer to the actual awards ceremony. Although it’s not that unusual seeing as Kylie stars in Balmain’s recent ad campaign alongside Kendall. MORE: 22 Questions We Have After Watching the 2015 MTV VMAs Getty Images And don't think the reality star was unaffected by her brother-in-law Kanye West's life-changing VMA speech, that ended in him announcing his presidency in 2020. Kylie put up her support via a meme on Instagram, that read, "Kanye West For President." WATCH: Kanye West Admits He's High and Announces Candidacy for President During VMA Vanguard Acceptance Speech A cause we can all get behind. Meanwhile, while they have been careful about not displaying too much PDA for the paparazzi, Kylie and her 25-year-old boyfriend Tyga are all over each other in this NSFW video. WATCH: Kylie Jenner Kisses Tyga in Rapper's PDA-Filled 'Stimulated' Music Video Watch below.
Nearly 200 students walked out of a Missouri high school on Monday because Lila Perry was changing in the girl’s locker room. While Caitlyn Jenner and other transgender celebrities have been greeted with almost universal acceptance, the road has been far rockier for transgender individuals such as Perry, the 17-year-old senior who is navigating new terrain at Hillsboro High School.
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About 460 million years ago, a sea scorpion about the size of an adult human swam around in the prehistoric waters that covered modern-day Iowa, likely dining on bivalves and squishy eel-like creatures, a new study finds. The ancient sea scorpions are eurypterids, a type of arthropod that is closely related to modern arachnids and horseshoe crabs. The findings — which include at least 20 specimens — are the oldest eurypterid fossils on record by about 9 million years, said study lead researcher James Lamsdell, a postdoctoral associate of paleontology at Yale University.
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A high school football player in California is hospitalized in critical condition, one of two teammates who suffered brain injuries during a Friday game. Authorities say they are investigating whether drug use among players – particularly the prescription drug Adderall, used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD – may have played a role. The investigation includes a review of game footage and other matters, authorities said.
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