Kim Kardashian Plans Future Wedding To Be Televised

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Wedding bells will be in the air as Kim Kardashian, 30, closes in on making a deal to have her wedding be on TV.

Kardashian is known for her star role in the TV reality series “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” Her family rose to fame as well for starring in the series, which debuted up in 2007, including her two sisters, mother, brother, half sisters and stepfather. The show has been produced and aired for five seasons and is now on its 6th season.

Kardashian was also a participant during the seventh season of “Dancing With the Stars” where she finished in 11th place. With such a past for the spotlight it is no wonder her wedding plans will include a television network.

And what network will that be? The E! Network is the designated one as it is also responsible for televising “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” A source for Popeater has stated that the wedding will be a “two hour stand alone special” and since Kim has gotten so used to cameras and fans following her life story, she wants her fans to join in the celebration of her wedding.

When her sister, Klhoe, married Lamar Odom in 2009, it was televised for a two-hour special and managed to snag in 3.2 million views. Kim Kardashian’s upcoming wedding with New Jersey Nets Kris Humphries, 26, is hoped to bring even more viewers.

According to People Magazine, after six months of dating, on May 18 Humphries  surprised Kardashian in their bedroom with an important four-word request. She walked in to the sight of him bending down on one knee with rose petals on the floor spelling, “Will you marry me?”

Kardashian’s engagement ring is a 20.5 carat Lorraine Schwartz diamond sparkler that was custom-designed. They celebrated their engagement afterward with their intimate family. With such excitement surrounding this Kardashian, who knows what will happen next with their wedding.

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