Keeping Up With the Kardashians: The Wedding was on E tonight for two hours with a behind the scenes look at Khloe and LA Laker's Lamar Odom. Yes, I watched. I have always liked Khloe Kardashian the best of all the Kardashians. I read about the wedding when it happened on September 27th and all the drama afterwards due to the pre-nuptial agreements.
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However, I was not aware until I watched tonight that Khloe Kardashian not only kept her engagement from her step-father Bruce Jenner, she even wanted her brother Robert Kardashian to walk her down the aisle.
Ironically Bruce talked in the show about how close he felt to Khloe having raised her since she was five years old. Clips of Khloe as a little girl were shown while Bruce talked about being so close to her.
OK, so why would Khloe keep the news of her engagement from Bruce and then want her brother to walk her down the aisle? Even worse, if there can be a worse, Khloe asked her mom Kris to keep her engagement a secret from Bruce. OK so when does a wife keep something secret like a daughter's impending wedding from her husband?
Kris played along and was sneaking around with wedding planners while the sisters were planning a rockin bridal shower. I could not even believe it.
Mark's Gardens did the wedding flowers including literally thousands of roses. The show peeked behind the scenes by taking the E viewers into the famous flower shop where Kris Kardashian, Kim's mom took over the show. Kim's mom hijacked the planning of the wedding even picking steak and Crystal Champagne
Khloe said "she's ruining this for me" referring to the fact that her mom was taking control of everything including the gift registry which Khloe said her mom was emerging as "Satan".
The show definitely offered fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the couple's Sept. 27 nuptials, which were held at the Beverly Hills estate of music mogul Irving Azoff, a friend of the Kardashian family.
There was so much drama in this two hour episode. Besides Khloe keeping her engagement secret from Bruce, asking her mom to keep it secret from her husband and asking her brother to walk her down the aisle there was a blow up with Kim who appeared to be very jealous that Khloe was getting married before her.
In one segment the pregnant Kourtney and Kim went to the Treasure Chest, a famous LA sex shop, to shop for Khloe's bridal shower. There is also a segment where Khloe tells her brother Rob that his ex-girlfriend Adrian is coming to the wedding. Rob and Adrian had a very bad break-up.
When Bruce Jenner did find out about Khloe's engagement he was at home watching TV and he was shocked and unhappy. He said even though he wasn't Khloe's biological dad, he was with her since she was five years old.
Whether it was staged or not, Bruce flipped out and started yelling at Khloe and said "screw you Khloe" and he was upset. Bruce felt like he wasn't part of the family.
The drama was running high with the entire family. I have to say I felt really bad for Bruce on a number of levels. Not only did his step-daughter and the rest of the family keep Khloe's engagement quiet, his own wife kept if from him.
Bruce and Khloe did eventually had a heart to heart talk alone without the rest of the family. Bruce explained to Khloe that even though he wasn't her biological dad he was her father. He was very upset by the speed of the engagement timeline and how quickly the wedding happened. Bruce also talked to Khloe about Kim and how she rang off to Vegas and got married when she was very young.
Hopefully this was all for the show and didn't really happen like it appeared to happen. If it did the way it seemed than I am not longer such a big fan of Khloe. I never did like Kris much but enjoyed the rest of the family.
Was this real or was this reality TV?
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