Alright guys. I’m starting to get the feeling that God’s not too pleased with how we’re behaving down here on earth. There’s no other way to explain that the fact thatÂ Kim KardashianÂ andÂ Kanye WestÂ are now thinking about filming their upcoming wedding for a TV special. I mean, finnnne, there is one other way. But it involves Kris Jenner sleeping with Satan in return for this favor. And frankly, I don’t need that visual in my head. (But you and I both know that they play Chris Brown’s music exclusively when they do it.)
Kim Kardashian’s publicist Us Weekly’s insider, it’s not going to filmed by some tacky TV crew this time around. But rather by a team that they hire. Will it still end up airing on TV? Yes, duh. But the difference is that the crew will be totally different than normal. I suppose this is in hopes that no one who’s filming recognizes her from that last wedding she starred in.
“If they choose to film the wedding, it will be filmed by them, not a TV crew,” an insider reveals toÂ Us. “And they’d
Or maybe in hopes that the reason people are so against the idea of watching them exchange their vows is only because they hate the E! film crew.
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“You know what, Kanye,” Kim said to Kanye one night as he made love to himself in the mirror, “I think the reason people are against us livestreaming out wedding is because they hated the quality last time. Let’s hire someÂ realÂ videographers and then just sell it to E!”
“No,” said Rob Kardashian from the attic where he stayed when the cameras weren’t rolling, “that’s definitely not it. It’s more about the fact that you’re putting a price tag on precious life moments.”
“Did you hear something Ye?” asked Kim as Kanye smiled at his own naked reflection, “I think I heard something. Anyways, back to filming our wedding…”
“Yes,” Kanye said aloud to a genius idea had in his head, “a million times over yes, you are a fricking genius!”
“Okay,” said Kim, “a TV wedding it is!”
Or least that’s how I’m imagining Kanye “WE VALUE PRIVACY” West ended up agreeing to this idea.