Kim Karsashian looks like she has a new famous best friend — Stacy Keibler.
The reality star, who has run through a number of BFF’s including Paris Hilton, spent a good amount of time at New York Fashion Week with George Clooney’s girlfriend, Stacy Keibler, the New York Daily News reported.
The two have actually crossed paths quite a few times since Keibler started dating George Clooney in July 2011. A source told the New York Daily News that Kim and Stacy ran into each other at Yankee Stadium last year at a Madonna concert. Kim Kardashian was there with her friend Jonathan Cheban, who is also a mutual friend of Stacy Keibler.
“They’ve known each other for years and have always been friendly, just not best friends,” a source told the New York Daily News of the budding friendship between Kim Kardashian and Stacy Keibler.
This comes after Kardashian was shunned by Beyonce, who apparently doesn’t want to be friends with Kim even though her boyfriend Kanye West and her husband Jay-Z are tight.
Kim and Stacy were seen together a lot more during the past week in New York, hitting up the Marchesa fashion show in Grand Central Station and later hanging out at The Palladium Jewelry By Jacob & Co. Launch Celebration hosted by W Magazine at Jacob & Co. Flagship’s Manhattan store.
Keibler even blew off Whitney Port, who invited her to another runway show, because she was planning on hanging out with Kim Kardashian instead.
“She said she had to attend Marchesa, which was being held at the same time, to thank her for her golden Oscar dress everyone loved so much,” a witness said.
Stacy Keibler herself made some headlines during Fashion Week, hanging out without George Clooney, who she was rumored to be on the outs with. She later was seen trying on engagement rings, perhaps trying to send a message to the marriage-averse Clooney.
If Kim Kardashian is indeed friends with Stacy Keibler, she may have a new pad to host Stacy and George Clooney. She is reportedly close to finishing the deal on a $6 million mansion in Miami, TMZ reported.