Ah, yes. The Humphries-Kardashin Wedding.
It was dubbed “A wedding of American Royalty” (throws up slightly) and was watched by millions. The price tag? Insane. The media hype? A frenzy. People were crying, tweeting, and excited that Kim Kardashin was getting married. You should have seen the tears of happiness, and it was all good three days in.
Oh, but 72 days later.
Watching them is like….watching a bad Lifetime “B” level movie. You know the ones I’m talking about. Where the lead actress is past her prime, and the lead actor is trying his best to hold on to whatever sex appeal he may have had. It has the evil sisters, the unnamed sources, and the million dollar pre-nuptials to go right along with it.
As we curl up with popcorn and our girlfriends to watch the next season of “Keeping Up with The Kardashins” or “<insert name> and <insert name> Take <insert some random city>”, we have to keep in mind that we are watching a movie. It’s all one big, reality show style type movie. The love isn’t real (for the most part), the clothing is often rented, the cars are often upside down, and the houses are rarely owned. The jewelry is probably fake, the tans are often spray-on, and the people aren’t the sanest of the bunch.
In short, it’s all about being famous. Stop being so emotionally invested in these characters