'Kardashians' News Roundup: Kim and Kris (Not Kourtney?) Take New York
'Kardashians' News Roundup: Kim and Kris (Not Kourtney?) Take New York
Videos for Kourtney and Kim Take New York season 4 are out, but there's barely enough of the eldest Kardashian on there. As we said yesterday, tales of the Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries saga haven't fizzled out yet. Why? Because we now have the chance to watch it all unfold, again, on TV. Thanks a lot, E!


This first clip starts out with a voiceover: "It's not meant to be, it's not meant to be." while scenes of Kim and her (future ex-)husband Kris fill the screen. Even though we all know how it turns out, we still get to witness what really happened behind the scenes of the fairytale wedding.

From throwing out Kris' stuff to confronting him with her perfect eyebrows raised, Kim really piles on the drama:


If that isn't enough of a sneak peek for you, here's the short promo for Kourtney and Kim Take New York. Want a spoiler? Well, one couple gets a divorce! 

Bet you already know who we're talking about. 



But what you probably don't know is that Kim Kardashian got involved with Kanye West back in 2010. If you care to find out more, read on.

Us Magazine reports that Amber Rose discussed the topic on The Wendy Williams Show. She says this occurred after Kim broke up with her NFL ex, Reggie Bush.

"I broke up with Kanye and [Reggie] broke up with Kim. We met after," Rose admitted. "We were both going through a hard time. We were each other's rebounds."

Still, it's old news. These days, the world has had enough of the Kardashians, as evidenced by all the backlash they've been receiving. Even author Salman Rushdie had a go at them. 

Can you imagine a world without Kim Kardashian though? Seems like her family manages to keep partying despite her absence. But if, for some inexplicable reason, you can't live without seeing the reality star, catch season four of Kourtney and Kim Take New York, premiering November 27 on E!.


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