As reports of President Obama's hilarious speech dominated Saturday's coverage of the White House Correspondents' Dinner, a few major stories flew under the radar. Including this one, about a little-known budding politician who used the event to make a very important announcement…
The Kardashians made a splash on the White House Correspondents' Dinner red carpet at the Hilton with talk of politics and media — and a possible mayoral bid by Kim…
Does she really want to run for mayor of Glendale, Calif., as she said recently on E!'s "Khloe and Lamar"?
"I always set my goals really high," Kim said, adding, "Stay tuned."
OMG. The anticipation is killing me. We all knew Kim could act and sing, but who knew she could also perfectly imitate Marco Rubio's elaborate will-he-or-won't-he dance?
Of course, pundits should still be careful not to read too much into this statement. In the past, Kim has also said she works hard every day, would stay with her husband till death and, most recently, that she wants her own sitcom. Apparently, her entire existence wasn't enough of a joke to her.
Actually, I'd be willing to support Mayor Kim Kardashian as long as it means we'll get Deputy Mayor Kanye West.
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