WATCH: Kris Jenner Defends Her Daughter’s ‘Sham’ Marriage


Kim Kardashian may have filed for divorce on Monday, but her momager Kris Jenner has a book to promote! So she stopped by the Today Show to promote the book discuss her daughter’s short-lived marriage which she says “certainly wasn’t a sham”. That may be true, but the rest of what she said certainly wasn’t.

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Jenner says she had no idea her daughter was unhappy or that there was a problem. Does she watch the show? Because we do. (Sorry.) And editing aside, no one in their right minds would have called Kim and Kris a particularly happy couple.

“It certainly wasn’t a sham, certainly wasn’t for TV. We have enough going on on our show that we don’t have to make things up. She felt that she was in love with him. It was an amazing time … I had no idea there was a problem at the time. It saddens all of us.”

You know what saddens us? That Kim Kardashian made $18 million for 72 days of marriage. But that is something that Jenner also denies.

“They made some money for the pictures that were sold and things like that, but at the end of the day, that money went towards the wedding and Kim had to pay a great deal of money (for the balance of the wedding). We don’t sell television rights.”

When pressed, Jenner told Curry the photos sold for “less than a million, more than half a million dollars.” She also argued that the $2 million engagement ring didn’t really cost $2 million, which: duh. No one really thinks Kris (or Kim) paid a full $2 million for that ring. It’s definitely worth that much, but jeweler Lorraine Schwartz undoubtedly gave them a very, very good deal — not unlike all the other vendors associated with their wedding.

Final point: what on earth is Kris wearing?

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