Kourtney Kardashian Tries to Convince ‘Notorious Non-Dancer’ Kim to Participate in Dance Class

Kim Kardashian West is many things, but she’s no “Dancing Queen.”

In PEOPLE’s exclusive sneak peek at Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kim, 37, drops in on her sister Kourtney Kardashian‘s dance class — and while for a second it seems like she might be willing to jump in, she quickly clarifies that the dance floor is far from her comfort zone.

“I’m like, a notorious non-dancer,” she explains. “It’s a thing. So let me see what you guys are doing.”

Kourtney — along with the instructor and family friends Larsa Pippen and Malika Haqq — walks Kim through the steps of the choreography.

“Oh yeah, no,” Kim says with a laugh. “I don’t dance. I can’t, you guys. I can be a stage mom! You need to get more into it.”

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And try as they may to cajole her, Kim just won’t budge.

“Kim has this inability to let loose. She’s not even moving,” complains Kourtney, 39. “I mean, if she’s just going to sit here and critique us, then she can leave.”

But at the end of the day, Kim says it best: “I just don’t dance — I make money moves.”

Keeping Up with the Kardashians airs Sundays (9 p.m. ET) on E!


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Public School to Participate in NYFW: Men’s

Public School will be participating in New York Fashion Week: Men’s — but exactly what the brand is planning to do is being kept under wraps.
On Friday, the New York-based men’s and women’s label founded by Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne sent out an invite to an event Wednesday night in TriBeCa. The invitation, which also had the branding for Moët & Chandon, read: “A piece of ground that belonged to them, on which they could plant their feet, permanency.” The designers had created special bottles for the spirits brand that were unveiled during New York Fashion Week last September.
A spokesman for the company declined to provide further details on Wednesday’s event.
In December, the designers said they would be taking a break from showing their collection during NYFW in February as “the company is in the midst of stepping away from the traditional industry format and launching a new direct-to-consumer concept.” The company said details would be shared in advance of the launch later this year and that the brand would be “refining” its product assortment, “delivery cadence,” and restructuring it organization.
According to retailers who had carried the line, the final Public School wholesale collection was shipped for spring.

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