Though Kim Kardashian finalized her split from Kris Humphries in June 2013, fans get to relive her divorce experience on Sunday night's episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."
In a preview clip for the episode, Kardashian tells her mom and sister Khloe that Humphries "finally for the first time said he will agree to the divorce," but that she wants to chat with him on Skype as well.
As fans of the reality star know, Humphries responded to her October 2011 divorce filing with a request for an annulment based on fraud. Their divorce settlement was approved in April 2013 after a lengthy legal battle.
Given the nearly two-year back-and-forth, why would Kardashian want to talk to her ex?
“It bothers me that he really feels in his heart that I didn’t love him. There are things that I would own up to and say 'You know what, I’m sorry I hurt you. I’m sorry if you felt like we should’ve communicated better in our filing for divorce,'” she said. “I wish I did that differently. I really do, and I want to apologize for that, but it still doesn’t mean that I don’t have a conscience and heart that I would want him to know how I really feel. I wouldn’t want someone to really believe the hype.”
Watch the clip above for more, and tune into "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" Sunday on E! for the full episode.
The pair's 72-day marriage isn't the only short-lived celebrity union. Click through the slideshow below for others that were even shorter.
Mario Lopez and Ali Landry dated for six years before tying the knot in Puerto Vallarta in April 2004. Less than two weeks after the ceremony, the couple split amidst rumors of Lopez's infidelity. The Extra host recently confessed his indiscretion to Sirius radio host Howard Stern. "It was my bachelor party," he said February 2011. "That was a situation where I was not mature and man enough." Landry told Parent Dish in August 2010 that their short-lived marriage was "the worst thing that ever happened to me. I have never been betrayed by somebody like that," she said.
Odd couple Dennis Rodman and Carmen Electra got married in November 1998 at the Little Chapel of the Flowers in Las Vegas. Nine days later, Rodman filed for annulment, claiming he was of "unsound mind" when the pair wed. They reconciled soon after, only to divorce again six months later. In August 2006, following Electra's second divorce from rocker Dave Navarro, Rodman told Star magazine that he was the reason for the split. "Carmen called me six months ago," he said. "She told me I was the love of her life and she wished we'd stuck together."
Three days after finalizing her divorce from Sonny Bono, Cher married rocker Gregg Allman in a quickie Las Vegas ceremony. "One Sunday morning I woke up and she said, 'I got this Lear jet and Nevada ain't too far away. Why don't we get married?'" Allman has said. Merely nine days later, Cher--fed up with Allman's drug and alcohol abuse--filed to dissolve the marriage. The couple reconciled but ultimately divorced again three years later after Cher gave birth to their son, Elijah Blue.
Dennis Hopper married his second wife, Mamas and Papas singer Michelle Phillips, in 1970. Their brief union lasted eight days. According to the Daily Mail, Hopper woke up so stoned the morning after their wedding that he didn't recognize his new bride. Phillips has said that she divorced him because of his sexual demands, and told Vanity Fair that she was subjected to "excruciating" treatment while with the actor.
Less than 55 hours after tying the knot with childhood friend Jason Alexander at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, Britney Spears' lawyers filed for an annulment. "It was just crazy, man," Alexander told Access Hollywood following the brief nuptials. "We were just looking at each other and said, 'Let's do something wild, crazy. Let's go get married, just for the hell of it." In December 2010, Alexander told Star magazine that Spears had confided in him that her current boyfriend--Jason Trawick--was abusing her. Spears and her reps adamantly denied the allegation.
In 1982, Zsa Zsa Gabor married her eight husband Felipe de Alba before her divorce from seventh husband Michael O'Hara was finalized. The marriage was annulled one day later. The pair didn't make it to the altar for the second time because "he bored me," Gabor told The Chronicle Telegram in 1982. "He's a playboy and I'm a hard working actress."
Mike Tyson's ex-wife Robin Givens married her tennis instructor Svetozar Marinkovic in 1997 and separated from him that same day. Marinovic later told reporters that the marriage lasted seven minutes.