Can’t keep up with the Kardashians? You’re not alone.

by Carli Porras | Staff Writer

Just ten weeks after Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries’ fairy tale wedding, a newlywed Kardashian filed for a divorce in Los Angeles County Superior Court, citing “irreconcilable differences”. The public at large remains uncertain. In a life that constitutes a popular reality show, where does fiction end and fact begin?

“I remember Kim and her sisters saying that they would be their real selves on camera. But I still think the producers tell the sisters stuff to start the drama,” sophomore  Andrew Wollenzin said.

Some viewers of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” say the divorce is all for publicity and for Kim’s career.

“Kim and Kris were not married that long,” sophomore Kelsey Reyes said.

Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries seemed to have hurried their already-short union.

“They rushed their marriage, because Kim wanted to get married that summer. Although it wasn’t a waste of time, it was a waste of money,” Reyes said.

Rumors have been circulating that the two barely even loved each other, and just liked the idea of marriage more than one another.

“Yes, definitely! They even admitted it,” Coach Abigail Salas said.

While there is no direct answer to any of these questions- at least, not yet- the trials and tribulations of the beauty queen and her athletic ex-beau will always polarize fans.

“Kim is a drama queen; she just needs to ignore everyone,” junior Caitlyn Reyes said.


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