Welcoming the New Year with a new look was easy for Kim Kardashian, who has since moved on from her relationship with Kris Humphries. That hairdo isn't the only thing that's new with the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star though. She's also been pretty busy.
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First off, she shot an ad for her latest fragrance - True Reflection. According to Us Magazine
, she took to Twitter
and offered a sneak peek into her latest ad campaign. She thought she channeled her idol Elizabeth Taylor on this one. What do you think?
"A pic from my new fragrance ad campaign True Reflection, which comes out this spring! It is so different than my other fragrances!" the Kim and Kourtney Take New York star exclaimed. This is her fourth so far, and is the first one that isn't bearing her name.
One thing that will be bearing Kim Kardashian's name is the ABC sitcom Last Man Standing.
According to Freep.com
, an ABC rep confirmed her role on the Tim Allen show. The 31-year-old celebrity will be playing herself, but no air date for her episode has been released.
Meanwhile, the tabloids are abuzz with a tale of Kim's latest troubles - those involving the website BoycottKim.com. It's an online petition intended to stop businesses from working with companies associated with the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star.
New York Daily News
reports that it's certainly given Kim's lawyers something to do. They're already thinking of filing a criminal harassment complaint against the founder of the site. However, it's already obtained more then 500,000 signatures and isn't likely to slow down.
And it looks like this year, Kim Kardashian and her family aren't slowing down either. Did you hear about them being turned into dolls? Well, that's somehow apt.
The three sisters, as reported by Us Magazine
, will be transformed into "Barbie's pals in an upcoming limited-edition doll line." With outfits designed by the Kardashians themselves, too. It's set to be released later this year.
So, the question now is: are you buying or boycotting?
(Image courtesy of WENN)