VIDEOS: Scroll to bottom of article The 31-year-old reality star posted a message to her fans on her website Tuesday, one day after filing for divorce from former Minnesota Gophers basketball star Kris Humphries, whom she married in a lavish ceremony that aired as a two-hour TV special on E!
VIDEOS: Bottom of article Just 10 weeks after her star-studded, made-for-TV wedding, reality starlet Kim Kardashian filed for divorce today from NBA player Kris Humphries, citing irreconcilable differences.
Judging strictly by the preview clips for “The Ultimate Merger,” which airs again tonight, Nick Stoltman kind of comes off like a Minnesota version of Donald Trump. The blond 23-year-old from Moorhead, a former Moorhead High quarterback, wears a suit stitched for TV, has hair with its own personality and in a voice that hasn’t betrayed his “Fargo” accent. He's part of the cast for the second season of “The Ultimate Merger,” a reality show debuting tonight on the TV One network. In it, Stoltman will be competing against a crew of guys to win the heart of Tocarra, a model who has her own reality TV background.
Rulon Gardner won gold at the 2000 Olympics by beating Alexander Karelin, a Russian who hadn't lost in 13 years. Gardner's challenge to all comers now: Finish the burger plus a basket of fries and a 44-ounce drink in 20 minutes.
Bristol: Winning would have been 'like big middle finger' at Palin haters Jennifer Grey, who consistently topped the judges' leaderboard throughout the season, took the "Dancing" title Tuesday, outscoring fellow finalists Kyle Massey and Bristol Palin, who was buoyed for weeks by passionate voters and online efforts to support the single mom.
But property taxes to recoup $25,000, city says Police officers, firefighters and street department workers put in 551 overtime hours associated with the production and were paid $17,464 in overtime wages by the city. Salaried workers additionally helped the effort but did not get additional pay.
As Noah’s reality TV resume expands with her current run on VH1’s centrifuge of melodrama and greed “I Love Money 4,” the girl called Cornfed wants us to know a few more things about her: She’s not fat, she’s not a clumsy non-athlete, and she’s not trying to resurrect her reality TV career through this program that airs at 9 p.m. Wednesdays.
Onlookers sat on rooftops, climbed trees, perched on Dumpsters and pushed up against barriers to catch a glimpse of the Grommeshes’ reaction when they finally moved that proverbial bus a little after 3 p.m.
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