Hello followers of all things pop culture... and of Kim Kardashian. I know what you're thinking, Kim is AMAZING and AWESOME, and why would anyone have a negative thought about such an American icon? One might even call her an American pastime, but the not-so-hidden joke there is a little inappropriate for those out there in our younger audience. Also, for the record, I think the Kardashian family is the epitome of human-based entropy, but hey, at least she's pretty to look at, right? Yeah, that doesn't really help. Moving on...
Kim Kardashian is filing for a divorce. Should we care, and is her over-exposed career path in danger? And seriously... should anyone really care?
I don't think I need to say anything else, as I think my weightless opinion is now universally known. Let's move on to the main course:
So, does anyone really care about Kim Kardashian?
"Kim Kardashian… The reason Kim has a career is because we all tune in to her show and read gossip magazine stories about her life. I am by no means excluded from this audience.
In regards to her quickie-made-for-reality-tv-wedding (and subsequent divorce) it is likely that a majority of these events were a publicity stunt. Kim very well may have loved Kris but the allure and potential to benefit to her career clearly outweighed any actual logic. When you’re planning to marry someone, how is the future shared living situation and location NOT a topic of conversation? There was no feasible way for Kim to continue her career while living in Minnesota, like Kris desired.
From this small point alone it is clear that Kim at best—didn’t think about important questions before walking down the aisle; at worst—faked this entire relationship and wedding to make a profit.
Despite all of this I don’t think any of us will stop watching her. (According to her plan) we are so entranced with her life that we will continue to watch her and she will continue to make a hefty profit in the process. That’s Hollywood baby." ~Gabrielle (gabrielle-simon)