Kim Kardashian files for div-whore-ce

Money money money moooney…..MONEY!

Anybody seen The Apprentice? If so, you’ll hopefully recognize the opening line of this post as being from the theme song to Donald Trump’s NBC reality show. When I first heard news that Kim Kardashian was filing for divorce, the first thing that came to mind is “that money-grubbing whore.” Please excuse my language.

Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian, drowning in a sea of money following their 72-day "Marriage"

If you don’t agree, let me elaborate.

First, everybody in the entire world, including Kris Humphries, knew that this “marriage” wouldn’t last. There’s an old Southwest Airlines “Wanna get Away” commercial where this woman says to her friend at a wedding, right as the music stops, “I tell ya, it’ll never last.” I felt like that’s what everybody was saying the moment Humpries decided to propose… and then during the wedding planning… and then during the “fairytale” wedding… and then during the honeymoon… come to think about it, did anyone anywhere actually believe this was going to last? At this point can we believe any celebrity wedding is going to last?

It was reported that the “fairytale” wedding cost as much as $10 million. That’s absurd – but not surprising considering she had more than one wedding dress. I’ll admit, I saw a couple episode of ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’ and the one where she is dress shopping is ridiculous.

Who has more than one dress for a wedding? Oh I know, a fame whore…exactly what Kim Kardashian, and the rest of the Kardashian sisters, represent.

Her wedding may have cost $10 million, but the revenue generated by the media-hyped nuptuals is almost $18 million. Which means that simply by getting married Kim made at least $4 million, assuming she and Kris split the profits.

I wish there was some sort of celebrity judicial court where people could get tried and penalized for doing stupid stuff just in the name of fame. Kim, Khloe and Kourtney have ZERO redeeming value to society and are worse role models than Charles Barkley in the mid-90s. Yet the wedding was almost as hyped as the Royal Wedding, perhaps even more. I wish Kim could be penalized for wasting everybody’s time.

The marriage apparently fell apart because Kris hoped to move Kim to Minnesota, where he’s from, for a quiet, simple life. When exactly was this going to happen though? Kris, mind you, is IN THE NBA. Not only that, but after dating Kim for however long they dated, did he not realize she would NEVER move outside of Los Angeles?

Kris, the lights are dimmer in Minnesota and the paparazzi rarely venture toward the middle part of the country. But maybe that’s what you wanted, a quiet, non-paparazzi life. Then again, maybe not.

Naturally, to learn more about the 72 days of their wedded bliss, I turned to the site which has the worst, most-pointless TV show, TMZ.com

“I’m committed to this marriage and everything this covenant represents.” Kris said after learning Kim had filed for divorce.

Later, friend of Kim’s said that Kris’ desire to move to Minnesota is a load of BS because he began “chasing fame” immediately after the divorce filing. His “fame chasing” attempts included a desire to branding the Kris Humphries name with cologne and nightclub appearances and hiring a Hollywood publicist over the weekend to work on his image.

I’m sorry, how is this any different than what Kim does on a daily basis? Oh that’s right, it’s not.

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