Kim Kardashians budding law career takes celebrity hubris to a whole new level | Hadley Freeman

A-listers have a habit of thinking they are gifted at everything and not always to other peoples benefit I recently met a well-known actor at a party, and we talked, as one often does with successful actors, about his work. Eventually he asked me what I did, so I told him. Journalist, eh? Ive always thought Id be rather good at that, he replied. And maybe he would be because, lets be honest, the kind of journalism I do is not brain surgery. But even if it were, he probably would have made a similar response: Brain surgeon, huh? I fancy Id be a dab hand at that. I have great admiration for people who make sharp left turns in …