Kim Kardashian Leaves for Australia Without E! Cameras
After filing for divorce, the reality star left the country on business – but not show business.
If fans are hoping to see the immediate fallout of Kim Kardashian’s divorce filing from Kris Humphries, her husband of 72 days, on E!, they’re out of luck.
On Monday evening, Kim left for Australia and E! confirms to The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday that its cameras aren’t joining her. The star left for Australia with sister Khloe Kardashian and her husband, Lamar Odom.
They are going to promote their Kardashian Kollection for Sears. According to People, Kim will host a launch party at Sydney’s Hugo’s Lounge for her new purse line for Sears. And she was photographed without her wedding ring.
After the news of her divorce filing broke on Monday morning, An E! spokesperson told THR that network producers and executives were just as surprised by the news as the general public. They then went into emergency meetings to discuss how to proceed, including how the network will deal with scheduled re-airings of the couple’s two-part wedding special.
Kourtney and Kim Take New York finished shooting in mid-October and sources tell THR that Kim and Humphries shot a scene in which they decided to “take a break” from their relationship. As of Monday morning, E! had no plans to shoot further footage for the series, including her post-divorce filing trip to Australia and a spokesperson confirms to THR that hasn't changed.
An E! spokesperson also told THR that Kourtney and Kim Take Miami had wrapped up on shooting a week ago and there were no plans to shoot additional footage for that series, either.
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