Post # 1
So…anyone surprised that this marriage didn’t last even 3 months?
Anyone else annoyed at how easily celebrities seem to throw away their marriages? (Of course, in this instance, one could argue that there was never a marriage, only a contract to make more money and be propelled into celebrity status).
Post # 3
She was married four days after me. That’s just ridiculous. You do not marry someone you have never lived with. Who know if it was real. Who cares. It is hard not to be sucked into the Kardashians but really they are pathetic and are popular because we make them by tuning in.
Post # 4
I for one actually like the Kardashians. I mean they aren’t much different than any other reality star these days. I do agree that marriage is not for the faint of heart and should not be entered in to lightly. But I do feel a little bad for Kim & Kris because I think everyone deserves happiness. (No matter how annoying ppl think they are. lol)
Post # 5
On a certain level, I find it sad, because it really seems like he was pulled into this whole circus and completely blindesided. At the same time, I’m not really surprised it ended, I just can’t believe it’s over so soon! Even though she is annoying, it’s still a shame…
Post # 6
@Carolyn72: Well, to be fair, a lot of people get married to people they’ve never lived with. I did it with my Darling Husband, and we’re still going strong after two months ;).
A radio station in my area basically encouraged people to bash her this morning, which I find sad. They seemed to think the entire marriage was just for the money they got from televising the wedding. I don’t think anyone can really say for certain that was the case.
Post # 7
I agree that everyone absolutely deserves happiness…but does anyone else think that this was maybe one of those unfortunate situations where the focus was all about the wedding, and not necessarily about the marriage?
It’s like they forgot that they were going to be married after this huge $10 Million wedding they planned.
And I find it hard to believe that they really gave it a good try in 72 days. Did they even see a marriage counselor? Did they really try to make it work?
Post # 8
@Carolyn72: I don’t think it has anything to do with them not living together. Darling Husband and I didn’t live together and we’re still happy 2 years later. To add to that we were in a long distance relationship, including the first 10 months we were married, when we only saw eachother twice.
I think this has more to do with she probably went into the marriage not taking it seriously…thinking, “oh well. who cares if it doesn’t work out. I’ll just get divorced.” Kim prides her and her family on their strong work ethic…apparently she doesn’t believe in working hard on her relationships.
Post # 9
- Wedding: December 2019 - Paris, France
Hmm.. this kind of makes me sad. I was happy when she got married , happy for her anyways.. and I feel kind of bad for her now. She waited so long to find someone… and now this. Its sad to me when anyone gets divorced, even famous people. I could really see how they were not compatible at all, but it wasnt and still isnt my place to judge.
Post # 10
I think that when celebrities make a mockery of marriage like this it’s offensive. It should be treated as something very important and not to be entered lightly into. It’s pathetic how people with money and fame just devalue things like this.
Post # 11
I think the special made it look like they were setting it up for a divorce special. I know wedding planning is highly stressful but the things they said/did were huge huge huge red flags.
I think it was a ratings stunt. They both got paid and both will be making big bucks off the next few months of magazines looking to get the story.
If she was truly upset about it, she wouldn’t do that. If you are in LOVE and are devestated by the break up, you wouldn’t go out talking to magazines.
If she doesn’t do that, then I will eat my words. But I have a hard time believing that it wasn’t a ratings stunt.