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Kim Kardashian’s Wedding A Hoax?



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So Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are reportedly devastated by their impending divorce, announced yesterday. But are the reality TV couple telling the truth? Or was the whole things: the lavish wedding and the divorce after just 72 days a hoax?

Look back to our previous report. Kris Humphries appears pretty much oblivious that Kim Kardashian was going to file for divorce from him, although she said they talked it through and tried to make it work. Was Kris in on these talks?

Something doesn’t sound right and several sources close to the reality TV stars’ show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, smell a rat. They say the wedding was nothng more than a hoax to boost TV ratings and that Kim was never in love with Kris. In fact, they say she was never even attracted to him!

It doesn’t sound ike a great basis for marriage, does it? Neither does the fact that the “couple” (I use the term loosely here) lived in hotels the entire time they were married. They never seemed to make plans for the future or even put down roots in a home together.

So, are you with the production team member who says that this was pretty much an arranged marriage between Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries? She wanted a husband and Kris was selected for her.

“She wasn’t really into him but she hoped she would be able to develop some feelings, but it never happened. She was never particularly attracted to him, and by all accounts absolutely hated sleeping with him or even having to make out with him,” the source said.

That’s gotta hurt Kris Humphries, right? Unless, of course, he knew the whole wedding and marriage was a publicity stunt. Even Kim’s friends are saying that although the couple dated for real, the wedding was orchestrated for reality TV.

If so, how did Kris get kicked to the touchline so quickly? Maybe by being photographed partying with pretty girls, none of them his wife!

I hate to suggest this also, but are we going to get the publicity stunt round two with Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries reuniting and going through therapy, all in front of the cameras, of course!

“Basically, Kim will do anything and everything for the maximum amount of attention and TV time,” the production team source said. And we know that already, don’t we?

One Response to “Kim Kardashian’s Wedding A Hoax?”

  1. betty boop says:

    A scam – gee ya think? Constant drama, made public by pimpmama Jenner is hard to keep going hence the sudden self-aggrandizing publicity stunt/scam (wedding). Kim & Kris obviously didn’t have any chemistry; the whole wedding seemed staged and contrived according to reports. They duped the public, their sponsors, wedding guests and the media while laughing all the way to the bank. And, laughing at the public who buys into all this crap will cost them. Someone in the know should come forward (they’d make millions) and expose this family for what they are – greedy, fame hungry trash. We’ve been scammed by the best – get ready for more drama, tears and yet another TV special – oh and for those foolish enough to continue to support them, don’t forget to buy Kris Jenner’s book. I hope this slap in the face to all (especially the gushing media) ends the never-ending torrent of absolutely pointless minutiae regarding the Kardashians.

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