Now isn't this convenient.
Though all parties involved swear that Kim Kardashian's ever so brief marriage to Kris Humphries was authentic and not some promotional gimmick, the marketing gurus at E! are taking full advantage of the public divorce proceedings.
While the union lasted just 72 days, much of that time was spent in front of TV cameras filming the fourth season of "Kourtney & Kim Take New York." And given its enormous ratings potential, Kris Jenner told Jay Leno on Tuesday that Humphries will not be edited out of the footage.
"We decided a long time ago when we first started doing these shows that we were going to be really just raw and not edit ourselves, and we don't take stuff out, as you see all the time, so I think everybody will get a really fascinating glimpse into the kids journey in New York City," she told the late night host.
And thus, from a first look at the new trailer for the show, it seems like it will be anything but edited out: marital discord is the clear theme this season.
"One couple will try to figure out their future," the trailer's voiceover begins, referring to Kourtney and boyfriend Scott Disick. It continues even more forebodingly, saying, "While the other will see theirs unravel -- because not every fairytale can have a happy ending."
At least the failed marriage will make for good entertainment, right?
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