Her big sister might have just married Kanye West, but it looks like everyone is talking about another member of the Kardashian family: Kendall Jenner.
The 18-year-old's modeling career appears to be blowing up since she made her runway debut at Marc Jacob's fall show -- mom Kris Jenner revealed her daughter will appear in an upcoming issue of Vogue Paris, sharing snaps of the photo shoot on Instagram.
Jenner also recently published a YA novel with her sister Kylie Jenner, called "Rebels: City of Indra: The Story of Lex and Liva."
It looks like Kendall is moving on up!
Fans Pumped for Game 5 Between Spurs-Thunder
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Sports fans are placing their bets on tonight's game between the San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Spurs fans are likely hoping tonight -- Game 5 of the Western Conference finals -- will go better than Tuesday's loss.
After that game, the NBA slapped a $5,000 fine on Spurs center Tiago Splitter for violating anti-flopping rules.
The Spurs lost to the Thunder 105-92.
Who's Hiding Cash Around California?
Ever since people found out about the mysterious millionaire who's leaving envelopes stuffed with money around San Francisco, social media users are wondering: Who's hiding cash?
Since ABC News spoke to the anonymous donor on Monday, he has started spreading the wealth in another California city: Los Angeles.
But little is known about the man, who will only say he's a real estate investor between 35 and 45 years old.
Follow @HiddenCash on Twitter to find out how you can win some cash.
And New Yorkers, listen up - he told us he's heading to the Big Apple soon ...
Boy Band O-Town Returns With a New Single
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The boy band whose claim to fame is appearing on the MTV reality show, "Making the Band," is back with a new single, "Skydive."
It's the foursome's first song since they disbanded in 2004.
"We started this reunion purely for the fun of it," O-Town member Jacob Underwood told Billboard.
"We had discussed a summer tour to perform our old songs and finally give the fans what they've been asking us for the last 10 years. However, once we began working, what developed was something a little more ambitious. The ideas kept flying and we couldn't help but start making new music."
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