Instagram history does not come easily. Today, Kanye West revealed that his and Kim Kardashian's second wedding photo—which is the current world record holder for Most Liked Photo on Instagram—took over four days to compose because famed photographer Annie Leibovitz pulled out of the wedding at the last minute.
It was rumored that Lana Del Rey was paid almost $3 million to perform a three-song set at the Palace of Versailles on Friday at a pre-wedding party for Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. However, she shot down that figure recently to a TMZ pap. She says she was paid nothing to sing at the event because, "I would never let a friend pay me to sing at a wedding."
This past weekend, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West—who, the argument could be made, is the world’s most important artist today—married in Florence, Italy. Their nuptials, and the buzz leading up to the wedding date, have been well documented across media outlets. Jay Z and Beyoncé bailing on the wedding, oh no! Rob Kardashian too!! KimYe-mania overtaken by Bieberfever!!! Teenage mystic Jaden Smith’s all-white Batman costume is insane!!!! But the wedding wasn’t really about any of this. Not entirely.
Kanye West is now officially a Kardashian, which means the clock has officially started on how long Kimye's wedded bliss will last. Gym chain New York Sports Clubs took the opportunity to remind everyone about Kim's previous wedding to Kris Humphries, an NBA player with career averages of 6.8 points per game and 72 days per marriage.
FLORENCE, ITALY — In the four hundred years since Forte de Belvedere was constructed, just outside the city walls of Florence, it has never been attacked. Tonight it was placed under siege by Beliebers.
Despite a year of rumors that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were getting married in Paris, it's recently come out that the #WorldsMostTalkedAboutWedding will be relocated to Florence, Italy. And Kanye just told an Italian newspaper why it's secretly been Florence all along: Because he and Kim secretly conceived their daughter there.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, two cyborgs who appeared on a print publication's cover to the dismay of Sarah Michelle Gellar and maybe one other person, are set to be wed in a Parisian ceremony in May. Instead of rice, may we suggest guests toss these florid qualifiers at the newlyweds as they emerge from Versailles' Hall of Mirrors?