Was Kim Kardashian’s Wedding Too Over the Top?

Posted: October 16, 2011 by jerkmag in WATCH -- TV
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First the whole world watched in awe as Kate Middleton married Prince William, then this past week everyone cringed while watching Kim Kardashian marry Kris Humphries in an E! two-part special.  Obviously, a wedding as special as Kim’s had to be shown in two parts a month after the actually ceremony took place. Everyone watched the pre-wedding preparations like Kris Jenner’s facelift and Rob’s battle with his weight loss (he’s still cute even at 200+ pounds).

Like every average wedding, Kim had a personal fitting with Vera Wang for her not one, but three dresses and Robin Thicke performed. Also, did I mention Kim and Kris–Humphries that is–were paid $12 million by E! for the exclusive film rights to the wedding. I know a few people who would get married for much less.

The main plot point besides the beautiful reception and ceremony was letting Kris into the Kardashian clan (klan?). Naturally, Khloe had a problem with Kris because, no offense, he was kind of mean to her in the beginning. It didn’t seem like Kim and Kris really knew each other before deciding to get married, but they appeared happy and in love at their wedding. We can assume Kris finally felt like a part of the family and involved–a happy ending for all.

Here’s a look at how much Kim’s wedding cost compared to the average wedding:

-Becca Spector

  1. Rubber Duchess says:

    of course it was, the entire kardashian brand is a $$$ machine. These people measure their happiness and success on MONEY.
    nuff said

  2. Rubber Duchess says:

    By the way all the glitz in the world could not convince me that there was anything romantic about the The Wedding SHOW, and my guess is that they will divorce in 2 years.

  3. […] spending the equivalent of several hundred tuitions at Harvard on their wedding, and after all of 72 days of wedded bliss, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humprhies have decided to call […]

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