It’s a Kard-astrophe! Only 72 days after reality entertainment star Kim Kardashian and her husband Brooklyn Nets (if that is their real name) NBA star Kris Humphries tied the knot, the duo is now filing for divorce. We really thought these two kids could make it…at least through another season of Kourtney & Kim Take New York.
Poor Kris: he’s apparently devastated over the idea that the love of his life…not to mention his ca-ching money train…is leaving the station so soon. Oh well, what’s the infamous saying? All’s fair in love and Dior.
A trending hashtag today has been #longerthankimsmarriage, referring to the 72 days during which Kim Kardashian was married to Kris Humpries, as compared to other relatively short occurrences. We went through Twitter and made sure no one was bending the truth on the Internet.
Only 72 days after Kim Kardashian ran down the isle to E!’s highest ratings yet, she and New Jersey/Brooklyn Nets husband Kris Humphries are filing for divorce. Of course, who should be able to confirm it first (besides TMZ) than Ryan Seacrest (who seriously drilled a pipeline into Ms. Kardashian’s brain and thus knows everything about her life before anyone else does).
1991 was a good year for Susan Sarandon. Thelma and Louise came out, landing her on the cover of Time magazine with Gina Davis, and she and long-time partner Tim Robbins, who had finished shooting Spike Lee’s Jungle Fever, had just purchased a Chelsea loft at 147 West 15th Street, near Seventh Avenue. As the couple Read More
Amongst the city’s power elite, Harriet Cohen is the maestro of the highly public marital split. It’s fitting then that one of the city’s top divorce attorneys has left the firm in which she was a founding partner and, in dramatic fashion, taken an uber-prime spot in Seven Times Square.
Ms. Cohen has leased 8,300 square feet Read More
ROUND 'EM UP, In Other News
Should Walt Disney Company CEO Robert Iger be worried? His wife, television journalist Willow Bay, helped inaugurate a new divorce section on the Huffington Post.
Huff Post Divorce will launch on Monday. There are currently over 20 special sections on the Huffington Post about a wide variety of topics including College, Books, and Read More
Stephanie Seymour and Peter Brant went from calling each other all manner of nasty names to New York Post speculating that the housing market is tempting couples to forego the expensive divorce and work out their issues.
The Post brings us the flimsiest of flimsy trend stores with the obligatory two divorce lawyers Read More
Interview magazine publisher — and Polo enthusiast — Peter Brant and former supermodel Stephanie Seymour reunited yesterday after a year and a half of vicious divorce proceedings. Now they’re making the recommitment even more official. The New York Post reports that the couple is shopping around for townhouses on both sides of Central Park. It seems Read More
The divorce, up until yesterday, was a bit on the ugly side.
Peter Brant — the billionaire publisher of Interview, he of broad renown on the polo fields of Greenwich who would wrangle extravagant commissions from artists such as Jeff Koons — accused his wife of many things. She was a Vicodin addict, she was a Read More