Given what she and Humphries were paid for the rights to their wedding, they made over $10,000 an hour for the seventy-two days they were married. I would imagine that might ease the sting of their tragic separation--especially since they were barely together at all during those seventy-two hours.
I liked Kris Humphries' sister's reaction to the whole thing. She told reporters she had just found out and wasn't saying a thing until she had a chance to talk to her brother. She was one of Kim's bridesmaids--man, I hope Kim didn't make everyone pay for their dresses too. If I had to pay for some ultra-expensive bridesmaid's dress only to have the marriage fall apart in a little over two months, I'd be ticked. And yeah, I'd want my gift back too (though, actually, I would have donated money to a charity and told them that was their gift--no way did they actually need anything on their stupid registry, and if they really "needed" it, they could afford it).
And, naturally, the whole story breaks just in time for November sweeps. Does the Kardashian family do nothing without figuring out the media angles first?
Oh, yeah, and remember how everyone couldn't believe how quickly Khloe got married? Turns out her marriage has already lasted over six times as long as Kim's....