Hollywood rumors are now saying KIM KARDASHIAN‘s wedding was a “hoax” right from the start, and was engineered as a publicity stunt to make money for the Kardashian Klan and their network. So from a mere investment of $10 million spent on Kim‘s wedding to Kris Humphries, how much money did everyone involved make from the whole 72-day fiasco?
And what about all these statements Kris Humphries has been releasing about being “blindsided” by Kim‘s divorce announcement, and his resolve to do whatever it takes to save the marriage? Have they been fabricated, too?
“It was pretty much an arranged marriage right from the start,”
a source said.
“Kim was looking for a husband and Kris was selected for her, amongst others. 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.”
We’ve heard of conspiracy theories, but this one takes the cake!
“The whole wedding was a total hoax and a publicity stunt. It was great for ratings and it was an amazing money maker. That’s it though, period. Kris turned out to not be as malleable as everyone hoped he would be, he was pictured out partying with other girls, Kim really couldn’t care less for him, she decided to end it.”
So does this mean the “divorce” is publicity stunt number two? If the masterminds / scriptwriters to this Kim and Kris saga have their way, they’ll arrange to have Kris drag his feet about signing the divorce papers Kim is filing today, and that’ll spark another round of prolonged coverage by the network. Ratings galore! Mucho moolah!
And plan B?
“It wouldn’t surprise me, in the slightest, if Kim and Kris managed to ‘reunite’ and the divorce filing gets brushed aside as they go to counseling and couples therapy. Basically, Kim will do anything and everything for the maximum amount of attention and TV time.”
Well, this other option would bring the ratings up further and make them even more money.
So what do you think? Is it all a hoax?
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