In this week's A-List Insider: Kim Kardashian is due to give birth on Christmas Day, Paul Walker's daughter sues Porsche over her father's fatal crash and Sex and the City creator Candace Bushnell says she doesn't want to kill off Carrie Bradshaw.
Kimye's baby due on Christmas Day
Santa Claus may have more than just a few presents for Kimye this year because it looks like the reality star and her rapper husband will welcome their second child on 25 December.
TMZ reports that the power couple are already getting ready for their new addition by booking a deluxe maternity suite at Cedars-Sinai hospital in LA.
As an added bonus their son will also celebrate his birthday in the same month as his cousins Reign and Mason Disick.
Paul walker's daughter sues Porsche
Almost two years after his death, the daughter of late actor Paul Walker has filed a negligence and wrongful death lawsuit against car manufacturer Porsche. TMZ reports that 16-year-old Meadow Walker is suing the German company for taking shortcuts with safety features on the vehicle in which the Fast and Furious star died.
The lawsuit claims that Paul survived the physical forces of the collision but ultimately was burned alive because of the car's design flaws.
Meadow's lawyer Jeff Milam says that when the Porsche Carrera GT crashed and broke apart, Paul's seat belt snapped his torso back with thousands of pounds of force, thereby breaking his ribs and pelvis and trapping him in the passenger seat.
Sex in the City author not killing off Carrie Bradshaw
Sex and the city fans will be happy to learn that creator Candace Bushnell doesn't want to kill off Carrie Bradshaw.
Speculation has been rife ever since the author released her new book Killing Monica, which tells the story of PJ Wallis aka Pandy, an author who wants to put an end to Monica, the lead character in her best-selling novel. Well thanks to some not-so-subtle similarities, like the fact that in the new story the "Monica" book has also transformed into a huge success spawning sequels and a lucrative blockbuster movie franchise, some fans took it as proof that she is growing tired of Sex and the City.
However, Candace insists that it is a case of mistaken identity, and the book is not about her. "I had so many inspirations for the book because as I'm writing it, I'm getting inspiration from all different places" she told A-List.