Kim Kardashian Will Be Starring In Her Own Reality Game Show Called "Okay So Who Wants To Be My Next Hubby?"

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Sunday, 11 December 2011

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Kim's new reality show will be filmed in the old Zasu Pitts Building in Marina Del Rey.

LOS ANGELES - The word out of Tinsel Town is that the Bravo Network has several producers already working out the final details for the latest reality show from the B Network.

Network Director of New Shows Axton P. Splitboro, 43, informed the entertainment news media that he and his partner Stella P. Twistington, 29, have just developed the premise for what they are calling the next great hit reality game show.

The show was built around the most famous Kardashian in America, Kim "72 Days" Kardashian. Splitboro said that he first thought of the idea for the show when he was watching Kim being interviewed on CNN by Ling Chow Rangoon of iRumors.

He said that he turned to his work partner Miss Twistington and revealed his show proposal to her. Splitboro said that Stella got so excited about the idea that she jumped out of bed and ran to the kitchen to make them each a Papaya Margarita in celebration of his wonderful idea.

When Mr. Splitboro contacted Kim Kardashian and pitched the idea to her he said that she was so thrilled that she dropped her pet Pomeranian puppy Mr. Skippy.

Kim later said that Mr. Skippy is fine and noted that the vet told her that the bruised legs should heal nicely and that Mr. Skippy will probably be able to go home in three or four days.

Miss Twistington, who was once an assistant to Alec "Airplane Boy" Baldwin, stated that the shows host has yet to be cast, but network executives are leaning towards either Charlie Sheen, Jesse James, or Brett Favre.

Twisty, as Splitboro refers to her, stated that regarding the show six male contestants will be chosen from a group of men who will email in their very personal information questionnaire which includes 72 questions including height, weight, fat mass, age, political leanings, favorite NBA basketball team, and their net worth.

The six men will appear with Kim Kardashian in what is called the "Initial Round." Kim will ask each contestant seven questions. Based on their answers she will then narrow her choice down to three and they will participate in the "Secondary Round."

During the second round Kim will get to ask the three contestants the most personal and intimate questions that the network censors will allow.

From there Kim will narrow it down to two contestants who will then go head-to-head in what is known as the "Yum Yum Round." In this round Kim will actually get to interact physically with the two remaining contestants.

The two men and Kim will all be dressed in swimsuits and the network executives have stated that if they have to they will make use of the infamous blue dot that television censors use when a certain part of a person's body that is not supposed to be revealed is revealed.

The show will be filmed before a live audience in the Zasu Pitts Building in Marina Del Rey and will go out live over the airwaves with a four second delay on account of the aforementioned bodily reasons.

After participating in a 10-second total blackout free-for-all, Kim will then choose the contestant who will be crowned the winner of that week's show.

The show will run for 16 consecutive weeks and at the end on the final show, Kim will get to pick out the guy she would like to marry.

Of course, there is no obligation on Kim's part. If she decides that she does not want to marry any of the 16 contestants then they will all be declared finale show losers and given nice parting gifts for their time and effort.

Kim will then be signed to appear on another season of Okay So Who Wants To Be My Next Hubby?

POSTSCRIPT: Kris Humphries who was Kim's husband for 72 days hired California attorney Ginger Allred, Gloria's cousin, and tried to file a restraining injunction order to stop the show from airing but the motion was thrown out by Los Angeles County Appellate Judge Templar Ethan Woodbottom, III, who called the claim, ludicrously frivolous, superficially puerile, vacuously injudicious, and without factual merit, or meritorious facts.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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