“Part of it was publicity, she knew they were going to make a lot of money from her wedding. It made them millions,” he told RadarOnline.com. “I do think it was a genuine relationship, it wasn’t a genuine marriage though. It was all orchestrated for TV, it was all for show. It was just too much,” he continued.
He also says he wouldn’t be surprised if there was a reconciliation because it would get attention.
For her part, Kim K said no way on her blog. She’s a “hopeless romantic” who got “caught up with the hoopla.” Plus she and the family are saying they didn’t make money off the wedding. To that, we say no way. The divorce may actually be stealing a bit of Mama Jenner’s thunder since she was supposed to be making the rounds to promote her book. There’s so much PR going on, the Kardashians are starting to compete with one another.
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