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Kris Humphries: Wedding Was A Sham To Increase Reality TV Ratings

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Celebrity splits have a habit of turning nasty, and the Kim Kardashian Kris Humphries divorce seems to be turning in to no exception.

After Kim filed for divorce, Kris has fired back with a demand for an annulment, based on what he says is a fraud. He feels his wedding to Kim Kardashian was simply part of a plot line in “Kim Kardashian’s latest headline and newest business venture.”

Kris alleges that Kim never intended to stay married to him, but needed a groom to fuel ratings for her show. He feels that after the wedding was televised, improving the Kardashians’ viewing figures, he was surplus to requirements and treated as such.

He is angered that people believe he was in on a wedding scam. He says it was nothing to do with him and in fact he knew nothing about it. If he had, he says he would never have involved his childhood pastor and his church.

Kris is using words from Kim Kardashian’s own blog to fuel his theory that the wedding was all a sham cooked up for TV.

About filing for divorce, Kim wrote,

“I felt like I was on a fast roller coaster and couldn’t get off when now I know I probably should have.  I got caught up in the hoopla and the filming of the TV show.”

Does that sound like a serious marriage to you or reality TV hype?

One Response to “Kris Humphries: Wedding Was A Sham To Increase Reality TV Ratings”

  1. jane says:

    Go away Kim!! Sign the petition at Boycottkim ((dotcom)) 178,000+ signatures so far!


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