They’re divorced. Finally.
It only took, what, almost two years, right?
No big deal.
The beautiful ceremony that took place on August 20th, 2011 wasn’t that long ago, I suppose.
Yesterday, April 19th, 2013, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries settled their divorce. And Kris got nothing from it. Poor guy was scammed into a reality TV marriage with no compensation due to the prenup he signed when they got married. Boo hoo.
As Hollyscoop put it, “Somewhere out there Kris Jenner is sitting in a plastic surgeon’s office and already booking the post-divorce tabloid mag “Tell All.””
I don’t doubt that statement for a second!
I worry about things like this. If the celebrities we look up to can’t even get the whole marriage thing right, where’s the hope for the rest of us?!
I’m not saying that all relationships are meant to last forever. I’m not saying that at all, actually. What I am saying is that two people are supposed to realize that they’re not meant to be together as a couple long term before they get married. Not after.
The “72 day marriage” joke will never get old though. I promise you. That joke will haunt her for the rest of her life!
So now Kim is both divorced and with child. Let’s see what happens with Mr. Kanye West in the months to follow.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not seen this episode yet, you might want to hold off on reading this.
Last night’s episode of Glee was pretty intense. Between holding grudges, male prostitution, and an unofficial marriage proposal, it was hard for me to sit still on the couch while watching it all unfold!
First off, let’s talk about Brody. Ever since the wedding episode, “I Do”, I knew Brody was not dealing drugs to make that money. Santana was definitely on to something when she found his stash of cash though, and I hope Rachel and Kurt think about things differently when they finally learn the truth. Check out my in depth commentary on this aspect of the episode here.
Will Schuester is not letting go of the grudge he is holding against Finn for kissing is fiance, Emma Pillsbury. This leaves Finn no choice but to leave McKinley High. Hopefully he does decide to go to college for a degree in Education.
During the fight scene of this episode (which was by far the craziest!) Finn shouts to Brody, “Stay away from my future wife!” Does this mean he plans to propose to Rachel, and moreover, marry her?!
I seriously cannot wait for next weeks episode!
As always, the song selection from this episode was great. I especially loved the “How to be a Heartbreaker” dance routine, originally sung by Marina and the Diamonds. My mom and I were concerned about the dancers falling down the stairs during that one though! The end song,”Closer”, originally by Tegan and Sara, was also great. The most unexpected was Sue Sylvester’s “Superbass” routine, originally by Nicki Minaj. In my opinion, her performance topped her “Vogue” routine in season one. That glow in the dark lipstick was icing on the cake!