Kim Kardashian was married to basketball player Kris Humphries for just 72 days before she called it off, but she's now revealing how unsure she was before going through with their elaborate, televised wedding special. And how her mom offered to fix things.
"My friends told me I just had cold feet, but even the producers said, 'You don't seem happy. You don't have to go through with this,'" she told The Hollywood Reporter. The night before, my mom pulled me aside, off camera, and was like, 'This isn't it for you. Why don't you go away and I'll handle it?'"
She felt that she couldn't turn back because people would think it was a stunt for the show — something the public would eventually accuse her of after she filed papers.
Kris went into fiercely protective mama bear mode when recalling the tough time that the public put Kim through after announcing her divorce.
"People write and say the nastiest things and they've never met you," she said. "They have miserable lives, they have no direction, and probably no job. I mean for anybody to sit and be on the internet all day long. It always shocks me when I see such stupidity and really toxic energy."
Ryan Seacrest, the show's executive producer, also revealed to the publication that things seemed off when he talked to Kim after the ceremony.
"She just didn't feel like it was right," he admitted. "She was very candid and open."
"At the time I just thought, 'Holy s***, I'm 30-years-old. I better get this together. I better get married. I think a lot of girls do go through that, where they freak out thinking they're getting old and they have to figure it out and all their friends are having kids. So, it was more of that situation. But I knew honeymoon it wasn't going to work out," she said.
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