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So much Kimye news, so little time! The World's Most Talked About Couple have been doing what they do best lately — causing a stir. Since a lot seems to be happening in the life of this very rich and very famous duo, we thought we'd break down all of the latest Kim Kardashian and Kanye West developments. Without further adieu, here's what these highly-publicized two have been up to.
Amy Schumer Dove in Front of Kimye at the TIME100 Gala
Last night, both Kanye West and Kim Kardashian were honorees at Time's TIME100 gala. For someone who's constantly using these sort of events to upstage other celebs (ehem, Taylor Swift and Beck), Yeezy took it really hard when comedian Amy Schumer dove in front of Kimye pretending to fall. "I saw them, and I asked my publicist, 'Can I dive in front of them and act like I fell?' And she said, 'I can't stop you,'" Schumer told People of the hilarious stunt. Their reaction? A massive amount of shade thrown the Comedy Central star's way. We think this picture sums it up pretty perfectly.
Kanye also had a relatively low-key performance for Yeezus (last time he took to the stage he jump in an Armenian lake...), and Kimmie expressed, post-gala, that she never knows what her hubby is up to. "He always like to surprise me with what he has up his sleeve, so I'm always so pleasantly surprised," Kim told People of his various forms of entertainment.
North West Gets Baptized in Jerusalem
Only the best for little Nori! After a long-planned trip to her homeland of Armenia, Kim stopped over in Jerusalem to have little North baptized in the Armenian quarter of the holy city. The ceremony was an hour long (so long, in fact, that North fell asleep on her mom's shoulder) and performed in the St. James Cathedral, where sister Khloe Kardashian stood by Kim's side as North's godmother.
"It was such a beautiful experience for my family to have North baptized in Jerusalem," Kim told People. "Kanye and I are so thankful."
Kimye Splurge on an In-Home Movie Theater
These two must-love the movies, a lot. Aside from installing a $35,000 Prima Cinema in-home theater, the couple also are able to download films for a measly $500. The theater, according to a source, "lets them watch a movie the same day it's released in theaters," a source close to the couple told Us Weekly (which explains the loaded price tag).