Khloe Kardashian in Cosmo, talks Bruce Jenner, life after Lamar Odom

Cosmo Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian, in a photo from her Cosmopolitan shoot, says she has “no regrets.”
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Khloe Kardashian is on the cover of the April issue of Cosmopolitan magazine (which goes on sale Tuesday), and inside she talks about the importance of family -- in an optimistic way given the bumps and disruptions that have taken place among the Kardashians. She says stepdad Bruce Jenner, recently split from her mom, Kris Jenner, is very much a part of her life. About her personal life, which includes her own split from Lamar Odom, she says, “I don’t have any regrets. I wouldn’t change a thing. You learn as you go.” [Cosmopolitan]

Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian, Khloe’s sister, told Ryan Seacrest that her Paris wedding to Kanye West will be “super, super small and intimate.” (But could that possibly mean it won’t be broadcast on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians?”) [E!]

Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir were the sleeper star commentators of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, and now we’ll get to see more of them from Sunday’s Oscars. “Access Hollywood” has hired the duo to cover the red carpet for segments that are scheduled to air during recaps on Monday. [Los Angeles Times]

Jared Leto’s hairstylist is fretting over how to do his man’s hair for the Oscars. Leto, nominee for supporting actor in “Dallas Buyers Club,” has drawn a lot of attention for his locks this awards season -- especially with the man-bun he wore to the Golden Globes. For the Oscars, stylist Chase Kusero says they’ve considered a haircut -- shocking! -- a high bun, a half bun, maybe a wet side-parted knot. [Into the Gloss] 


The New York Historical Society plans an exhibit of work by famed street-style fashion photographer Bill Cunningham, March 14 to June 15. The work will focus on his “Facades” project from the 1970s. [The Cut]


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