Earlier this week, French polices found a cross pendant outside of Kim’s Paris apartment hotel. It was been taken in for forensics testing, but no DNA has been found as of now. However, they have now discovered traces of DNA insider the apartment where the robbery took place. “The DNA is actually in the process of being exploited,” one police source told the news agency. However “no DNA has been found at this stage of the investigations on a pendant set with diamonds, found in the street near the scene of the robbery a few hours after the robbery,” they say. Hopefully this will lead them to catching the masked men who stole millions of dollars worth of jewelry from the reality TV star. See more here.
And in other Kardashian news…What is the fate of their show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians?
There have been ridiculous reports that Kim being robbed was staged to reverse the ratings trajectory for the series, but that seems a bit farfetched. The reality TV star has been very shaken up from the whole incident, and as you can see (or not see), she has been laying low and staying off social media since the robbery. According to reports, the family has met up with Ryan Seacrest to decide the fate of their hit show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians. As of now, the show is scheduled to return on October 23 with the second half of Season 12, but we have no idea when, or if the series will go back into production to complete the rest of Season 13. Get more here!
Harry Potter in IMAX
That’s right muggles, you can now get your tickets to see all eight Harry Potter films in IMAX theaters. Not only that, but you can also catch a special sneak peek of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them before it hits theaters this November. You can buy movie tickets separately or get special package deals. Movie times may vary depending on your local IMAX. Get more, HERE!
As People points out, the music icon’s ashes have been placed in a ceramic and glass “scale-model of Paisley Park, measuring 14 inches high and 18 inches long, decorated with Prince’s famous symbol.” The urn is currently on display at Paisley Park, which recently opened its doors as a museum. Prince’s final resting place is beside other priceless pieces from the legend’s life, including paintings, custom-made outfits, and handwritten lyrics.