Kris Jenner was snapped having her legs touched up with what appeared to be spray tan while on a photoshoot for E! with daughter Kourtney Kardashain and future son-in-law Scott Disick in Los Angeles on Friday.
Kris Jenner, 57, was seen holding up her dress while a male make-up artist crouched down with a sponge and a bottle, spraying and blending the liquid on the back of her legs.
The momager then received further help as an assistant came on the scene to hold up her dress for her as her legs were attended to.
Kris Jenner was barefoot as she received the dedicated treatment, wearing just a short yellow dress and a crisp white shirt.
She upped the glamour factor with bright red lipstick and thick black eyeliner, made even more dramatic with her short jetblack hair.
Kris Jenner was snapped having her legs touched up with what appeared to be spray tan while on a photoshoot
Kris Jenner was also seen standing with Scott Disick, leaning in as she took a cellphone snap with him.
Her cellphone bore a sticker that said: “Queen of f****ing everything.”
They were photographed near a swimming pool at the luxury home of good friend, attorney Mark Garagos.
Kris Jenner appeared excited to be on the shoot, tweeting a picture of herself as she had her make-up done with the caption: “Glammin for our E! Shoot with @joycebonelli #familyfunday.”
The reality star also tweeted a link to a video of Khloe Kardashian having her hair and make-up done for the shoot, while her husband Bruce Jenner and Scott Disick milled about.
Honey Boo Boo and her family posed for a photoshoot in the hilarious season finale of reality show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo to air on Wednesday night.
Things don’t quite go to plan as the gang take part in a family portrait, with the 101°F heat causing tempers to flair as Honey Boo Boo smudges her make-up off and ends up resembling “a football player”.
The action kicks off with the Thompson crew dressing up for what is meant to be some fun in the sun, including the pageant hopeful sporting a pink floral frock and gold clips in her blonde hair.
Mother June Shannon even turns a little philosophical as she is seen telling the camera: “Beauty comes from within. If you’ve got a great personality and everything, then it shines through to the outside.
“It doesn’t matter. Big, small, little… beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Skinny, fat, it don’t matter.”
Honey Boo Boo smudges make-up as family portrait turns sour in season finale
Father Mike “Sugar Bear” Thompson then muses over his choice of outfit, oblivious to the comedic deadpan delivery, saying: “I just went casual, I’m not the dress-up type – unless it’s a funeral.”
However, things soon take a turn for the worse as the soaring heat fails to impress anyone.
Precocious Honey Boo Boo, real name Alana Thompson, is seen pinching a water bottle from her mother while June Shannon is still drinking, with the cheeky child claiming she thought the family matriarch had finished sipping.
The seven-year-old then grows irritable and very tetchy, bemoaning “the heat drains me”, before rubbing her eyes and being told she resembles “a football player” after her eye make-up smudges.
June Shannon also rather unattractively says: “Man, I’m taking a bath in my own sweat.”
Another drama to unfold in the episode sees Honey Boo Boo gearing up for a big pageant, before plans change as sister Anna Chickadee goes into labor, and the arrival of baby Kaitlyn is captured on camera.
The season finale of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo airs on Wednesday at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on TLC.
Canadian bride Maria Pantazopoulos has drowned during a photoshoot as she posed in her wedding dress in water at a Quebec park.
Real estate agent Maria Pantazopoulos, 30, drowned after her dress got wet and she was dragged into the river near a “violently” rushing waterfall in Canada.
Friends said she had been taking part in an increasingly popular ritual called “Trash the Dress”, in which brides pose for pictures while playfully destroying their wedding gowns.
Maria Pantazopoulos slipped and fell into the Ouareau River near Dorwin Falls, north of Montreal, on Friday afternoon. Her body was found about two and a half hours later.
The newly-wed yelled: “I’m slipping, I’m slipping, I’m slipping,” before falling off the rock she was perched on for her wedding pictures, according to CBC.
Canadian bride Maria Pantazopoulos has drowned during a photoshoot as she posed in her wedding dress in water at a Quebec park
Maria Pantazopoulos had commissioned the shoot following her June 9 wedding.
Family friend Leeza Pousoulidis said: “She’s a really fun girl, and she just didn’t want her wedding dress sitting in a box in the closet.
“She said: <<I want to have fun with my wedding dress. I want to have great pictures and memories of me in my wedding dress>>.”
Leeza Pousoulidis said her friend was “a strong, tough girl”.
“She was very petite, but she was strong in character and in physical strength as well,” Leeza Pousoulidis told the Montreal Gazette.
“She was very happy and caring. She had a big heart.”
Maria Pantazopoulos slipped while she was being photographed by Louis Pagakis, who told CTV Montreal that he did everything he could to save her.
“She had her wedding dress on and she said, <<take some pictures of me while I swim a little bit in the lake>>,” he said.
“She went in and her dress got heavy, I tried everything I could to save her.”
Quebec provincial police spokesman Sgt. Ronald McInnis described the site as being elevated and rocky, with water “violently” rushing below.
“She was doing the photo shoot in about six inches or one foot of water when part of her wedding dress got soaked and became extremely heavy,” Ronald McInnis said.
“She started slipping and falling down when the photographer grabbed her but she was too heavy that he couldn’t pull her from the edge.
“Another person tried to grab her but also was unable to save her from falling into the river.”
Ronald McInnis said Maria Pantazopoulos, from Laval, a small Island north of Montreal, was found 100 feet from where she fell by a private diver who knows the river and volunteered to help with the search.
The diver pulled the young woman’s body from an area of the river which was 20 feet deep.
“She had sunk to the bottom,” Ronald McInnis said.
Two witnesses, believed to be the photographer and an assistant, were hospitalized for extreme shock.
Ronald McInnis said the bride’s husband was not present for the photo-shoot and neither were any family members.
However, her cousins and her brother went to the site when they heard that she had fallen.
“It’s horrible,” Ronald McInnis said.
“This is the first time I’ve heard of a story like that. I told my partner, this is a story that is going to go all around the world.”
Maria Pantazopoulos wanted the fun photos taken at the falls, perched on the rocks in her gown, Marco Michaud, a colleague of the photographer taking the pictures told CBC.
She chose the beautiful site, located near the small city of Rawdon, as the backdrop.
Maria Pantazopoulos’s family has declined to speak to the media.
When Eric and Maegan Walber fell into the water during their wedding photoshoot on a dock at the Bay Pinte Inn, Eric Walber swam for shore, rather than rescuing his dunked bride.
The entire bridal party got a soaking when a dock at the Bay Pointe Inn on Gun Lake in Shelbyville, Michigan, collapsed.
However, the new Mrs. Walber gracefully took it in her stride and laughed.
Her only concern was a falling down gown and finding her footing while wearing the heavy dress.
The entire bridal party got a soaking when a dock at the Bay Pointe Inn on Gun Lake in Shelbyville, Michigan, collapsed
“I came up laughing,” she told 24 Hour News 8.
“I was like, <<Oh, man, that really just happened. I can’t believe that actually just happened>>. Your wedding party falls into a lake at your reception. You can’t plan that,” she said with a laugh.
Thankfully, her modesty was protected by a bridesmaid, who also tried to steady her friend.
The scene was captured by Anne Oppenhuizen of Inspiration Video.
The wedding party had just finished eating dinner when the photographer told them that if they wanted photos on the lake, now was the time to go.
“We were out there for probably 30 seconds, standing on the dock, and it started to lean and tilt,” said Eric Walber.
“We went right under,” he added.
Afterwards, the soaking wet bridal party got a standing ovation from other diners at the restaurant.
And Maegan Walber’s evening wasn’t completely ruined as she had the dress that she’d worn to the rehearsal dinner the night before to change into.
“It makes for a good story,” she said.
“We’ll be telling our grandkids.”