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Kim Kardashian's Divorce: A Sham Wedding and Marriage Prostituted By E!

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The ink was barely dry on Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' wedding certificate when they announced their divorce this week. Really it comes as little surprise that they are divorcing, but the fact that it happened just 72 days after their wedding is a little surprising.

It's obvious that this sham of a marriage was nothing more than a publicity stunt orchestrated by the powers to be at the E! Network. Ryan Seacrest, who is the brains behind the Kardashian's and many other shows is the pimp, while the Kardashians are the prostitutes.

Both sides make out very well in this two-way relationship. The Kardashians make oodles of money from their "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" show and other business ventures, while Seacrest just adds to his fortune.

E! vehemently denied that they orchestrated the wedding in a statement last night, but that means very little to anybody with half a brain.

It was public knowledge that this wedding was paid for by a slew of vendors and other sources. Furthermore, E! Network had much input over the planning and coordination of this wedding - for the benefit of their Kardashian Wedding Special they were whoring up The event turned into a windfall for the E! Network as the wedding event received huge ratings.

Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian were said to pocket $18 million in profit from the wedding! Contrary to what Kim Kardashian's mother tries to feed , it's clear this entire charade was nothing more than a money-making venture.

It is also common knowledge that Humphries was handpicked by the producers at E! to be her boyfriend, when she wanted to date an NBA player.

Now that they counted their fortunes they can cut ties and move on with their lives. And, everyone benefits.

Contact Dennis Bakay at dbakay@philly2philly.com

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