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Reality-TV People Continue to Do Things in Miami

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Oh look, a hotelier is allegedly dating a Bravo reality star. No, we're not talking about Baron Hilton and PC Peterson. 


According to Life & Style

, André Balazs and Kelly Bensimon were seen "getting close" during fashion week. Balazs owns The Standard and The Raleigh and for years dated actress Uma Thurman. Bensimon is best known for coming off generally dumb on The 

Real Housewives of New York City

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Another reality-TV star graces the cover of L&S this week: Khloe Kardashian. We're eagerly awaiting the premiere of Khloe and Kourtney Take Miami. That doesn't debut until next month, but to ramp up promotion, Khloe appears on the cover in a one-piece swimsuit after losing 20 pounds in four weeks. Sounds healthy!

She declares she didn't "want to be the fat, funny one anymore." Oh, Khloe, you were never that fat. Come to think of it, you also aren't that funny. 

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