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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Kim Kardashian Totally Calm

LOS ANGELES, Calif. --

Kim Kardahsian will be walking down the aisle in less than a week, but the reality star isn’t feeling any pre-wedding jitters. “I’m very calm,” Kim told Access Hollywood on Sunday at the Do Something Awards in Los Angeles when asked about her upcoming nuptials to NBA star Kris Humphries.

“Maybe last week I was a little bit more freaked out with space and invites, just making sure everything was perfect,” she continued. “But this week I’m totally calm.” Kim credits the secret to her Zen approach with her career endeavors. “I’m busy,” she told Access. “I have my big Sears launch (the Kardashian collection) this week, so I’m kind of just focusing on that. I’m working every single day this week.”

The bride-to-be, who will be wearing a Vera Wang gown at her August 20 ceremony in Montecito, also took to Twitter over the weekend to express her wedding joy. “OMGGGG my wedding is a week away!!!! This is so crazy! I’m so happy!” Kim wrote.

NASCAR's fifth first-time winner

Marcos Ambrose became the latest first-time winner on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit, capturing Monday's rain-delayed race at Watkins Glen International. Ambrose piloted his No. 9 Ford past Brad Keselowski on the penultimate lap and held on from there to capture the Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at The Glen. Keselowski was second, Kyle Busch third, Martin Truex Jr. fourth and Joey Logano fifth.

· RESULTS: Watkins Glen finishing order

"It's just a dream come true," the Richard Petty Motorsports driver said from victory lane, the fifth first-timer to visit there this season — most in NASCAR's premier series since 2002.

Other first-time winners this year: Trevor Bayne (Daytona 500), Regan Smith (Southern 500 at Darlington), David Ragan (Coke Zero 400 at Daytona) and Paul Menard (Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis).

Busch held the lead on the final restart but was passed by Keselowski in Turn 1. Ambrose then moved by Keselowski on the 2.45-mile road course's inner loop and drove away to win by a little less than half-a-second.

The last restart resulted from a crash by Paul Menard, after Ambrose reduced a 2.5-second lead held by Busch to two car-lengths.

A pair of last-lap crashes, primarily involving David Reutimann, Ragan and Tony Stewart, brought out a yellow caution flag, ending the race with Ambrose in the lead.