This is going to be short and sweet….just like Kim and Kris’s 72 day marriage. What a sham! Kim said she really wanted it to work out, but, you know, these things happen. I guess they do, especially when you seem to have put more time and effort into your wedding than your relationship. Are we surprised? Well, apparently her sister Khloe gave it six months max, so she might have been surprised at 72 days, but I’m not. From the beginning, it had disingenuous written all over it. I think Kim wanted to be Kate Middleton, but since that role was already taken, she decided to do the next best thing–have an over-the-top wedding that would have people talking about her, something an overinflated ego just loves.
Kim also said she spent a lot of time mulling over whether or not to file for divorce. Again, apparently more time than she spent thinking about whether or not she should get married. So now we’re all talking about Kim Kardashian (again) exactly what a reality player loves. Am I cynical enough to think that the whole thing was orchestrated for the publicity? And the money? Yep I am. Staged. In my opinion, it was all staged and her “public” is playing right into her hands…being outraged that they’ve been dupped; outraged that she made money on the wedding, demanding that she give it back. Yeah, right. I can see it now. Kim giving millions back because she wanted to do the right thing. Not going to happen.
That’s all I have to say about it. Are you a fan of the Kardashians? Do you watch their show? Do you feel dupped? I’d love to hear from you.
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