Kim Kardashian Visits NYC for Wax Figure Unveiling

Making her way out east, Kim Kardashian was spotted arriving into JFK Airport in New York City on Wednesday (June 30).

Joined by her supportive mother, Kris Jenner, the two lovely ladies headed out of the terminal to an awaiting car – as they made the trip so that Kim can unveil her wax figure at the famed Madame Tussauds in Times Square on Thursday, July 1.

Quite excited about the event, Miss Kardashian told an awaiting paparazzo, “I can’t wait to see what ‘Kim’ looks like!”

During the airport exit, photogs also brought up Kim’s rumored relationship with Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin.

Playing coy, the E! reality stars pretended to be on their cell phones, with Kris smilingly saying, ‘”I don’t know who you’re talking about.”

On a side note, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Kris were recently in Las Vegas to announce plans for a new boutique in The Mirage Hotel and Casino called Khaos.

Featuring exclusive and family endorsed products, the shop is set to open later this summer, with Kim saying, “All of us will be here [Khaos] all the time.”

Denise Richards Lands Sultry New TV Role

She’s been flying under the radar as of late, but Denise Richards is back and heading to Spike TV.

The 39-year-old actress is set to join the cast of the football comedy called “Blue Mountain State” in a recurring role as woman named Debra.

Co-star Darin Brooks told Us magazine, “She plays the coach’s ex-wife, and I think I sleep with her!”

Continuing on, Brooks added, “Everyone said she was really cool, really nice, it was great to work with her. I’m really looking forward to sleeping with her!”

The Dream: Being Rich Makes Fatherhood Easier

Enjoying his wealth to the fullest after having been through his share of struggles, The Dream credits his solid cash flow with easing the struggles of fatherhood.

Having welcomed his first child with Christina Milian four months back (he has 3 children with former wife Nivea), the 28-year-old music industry success story tells People magazine of raising daughter Violet Madison, “This time’s easier because I’m rich now.”

Explaining further, The Dream adds, “When I had my 5-year-old, I was up all night and paying for milk with the last couple of cents I had, so it’s a little easier now.”

Also telling of his singer wife’s fondness of their little bundle of joy, he dishes, “Christina’s very attached. She doesn’t let anybody near that baby. Not even me sometimes!”

Jessica Simpson’s Show: A Work in Progress

Her show “Price of Beauty” got the nod for a second season, but Jessica Simpson is switching things up a bit this time around.

According to Us magazine, the VH1 show will focus more on the “Angels” singer giving people makeovers, as shown on the finale episode, instead of traveling the world with friends, Ken Paves and Cacee Cobb.

“VH1 is in talks with Jessica for a series on beauty and image,” a source close to the project told press.

Chiming in on the upcoming changes, a VH1 rep announced, “We are here to stay with Jessica and are committed to this journey and this message with her about women, self image, etc… all through Jessica’s totally unique and unfiltered lens. We are really excited about the next step, which we will announce soon and will air on VH1 in 2011.”

Jessica Alba and Honor Marie: Parisian Beauties

Back out for another lovely mother/daughter afternoon, Jessica Alba and Honor Marie were spotted living the good life in Paris on Wednesday (June 30).

The “Valentine’s Day” darling took her adorable tot to the Jardins du Luxembourg and had a tasty lunch in the Sixth Arrondissement.

During the course of her stay in Europe, Miss Alba has been sure to keep up on all of the World Cup action going on in South Africa, as well.

Tweeting about the USA loss over the past weekend, the brunette beauty gracefully wrote, “Well, if we’re going 2 lose, I’m glad it was 2 an African team. Ghanaians R sum of loveliest ppl ive evr encountered. gd game.”

Michael Jackson Tribute Artist Mixes Up Strange Creations

Making for quite the interestingly questionable depictions, US artist Dan Lacey has been busily creating a collection of nearly 70 Michael Jackson tribute paintings in the year since the singer’s death.

Among the works are controversy-instigating nudes, as well works showing the King of Pop being pulled up by a representation of Jesus and a young Michael hanging with Tupac Shakur.

Lacey, whose oil painting take several days to complete, hit headlines last year with his surreal painting of a nude President Obama riding a unicorn.

Of his creations, Dan has admitted: “The paintings are quite unusual.”