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Still Married – Kim Kardashian Celebrates Birthday With Movie Role: PHOTOS

Kim Kardashian had plenty of reasons to celebrate her 31st birthday on Friday (October 21). Not only did she have a great party, and looked happy with her husband Kris Humphries from whom she is alleged to have split, but she also landed a new movie role.

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian celebrated her 31st birthday with family and friends at Marquee Nightclub inside The Cosmopolitan,New York. Pink performed Killing Me Softly by the Fugees as a birthday surprise too.

And check out the great cake in the gallery below, featuring Kim Kardashian and husband Kris Humphries in a sports car. The cake was in the shape of a white Ferrari with a custom Kardashian logo on the car. Sitting in the car was a replica of her and her NBA player husband.

For the birthday party, Kim Kardashian wore a white figure-hugging dress with sheer panels. She was joined by her husband Kris Humphries, mother Kris Jenner, sister Khloe Kardashian and her husband Lamar Odom, as well as Kim’s former Dancing with the Stars partner Mark Ballas. They reportedly sipped on champagne and vodka drinks throughout the night.

Kim and Kris seemed very much together, despite recent rumors that they have split up just six months after they married in a lavish ceremony.

 So the pair had a lot to celebrate even before reality TV star Kim Tweeted,

“Big news!! I’m co-starring in Tyler Perry’s new movie!”

The movie is The Marriage Counselor. She will reportedly have a more substantial role in it than she did in her previous big screen adventures: Deep and Disaster Movie.


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