Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries' Divorce: By the Numbers
What's at stake for the E! reality star and her former NBA player husband of 72 days.
E! reality star Kim Kardashian filed papers to divorce her husband of just 72 days, Kris Humphries, on Monday.
The couple -- who dated for just six months before announcing their engagement -- had publicized every facet of their short-lived relationship (leading many to speculate their entire marriage was a hoax). They even planned a storyline that they were "taking a break" into one of their iterations of their E! reality shows.
Below, what's at stake for the couple money-wise, and other stats of their quickie marriage and divorce.
72: Days Kim and Kris were married.
4 Years: Length of time Kardashian was married to her first husband, music producer Damon Thomas.
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4.4 Million: Total viewers who watched part one of the Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event on E!. Some 2.8 million (2.6 rating) were in the advertiser-coveted 18-40 demographic.
4 Million: Total viewers who watched part two of the E! special, which featured the actual wedding. Of those, 2.7 million where in the demo; it rated a 2.5.
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$1.5 Million: Price People magazine paid for licensing fees for the photos and exclusive access.
$30,000 - $100,000: Price Us Weekly paid for photos of their post-nuptial trip to Italy.
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$100,000: Amount OK! magazine paid for bridal shower photos.
11 pages: Length of People's spread on the couple, which only featured Kardashian on the cover.
$0: Amount of money Humphries will receive from Kardashian, who requested in her divorce filing that she not provide spousal support and they each pay their own legal fees. Humphries signed a publicized prenuptial agreement beforehand.
$0: Amount of money Humphries earned in 2010 with the NBA lockout.
$10 Million: Amount Kardashian earned in 2010, as estimated by MTV News, after her $75,000 per appearance fees and endorsement deals.
$65 Million: Amount the Kardashian family made in 2010, as calculated by a Hollywood Reporter cover story.
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$8 Million: Humphries reported net worth.
$35 Million: Kardashian's reported net worth.
400: Guests who attended wedding.
$100,000: Ad rates E! could charge for Oct. 9 and 10th special Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event.
$2.5 Million: Price of Lorraine Schwartz headpiece she wore to walk down the aisle.
65 carats: Size of Schwartz headpiece, an homage to Audrey Hepburn, according to People magazine.
20.5 carats: Size of Schwartz engagement ring, which cost $2 million, but she received at a fraction of the price, as THR detailed.
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$10 million: Cost of Schwartz jewelry she wore on her wedding day, which she called her "something borrowed."
$5 million: Worth of her 28-carat earrings.
$200,000: Cost of Kardashian's wedding band, which consists of 15 carats of emerald-cut diamonds.
$150,000: Price of Kardsahian's hair, makeup and grooming, as reported by Us Weekly.
$10,000: Price of Lehr & Black designed crystal-embellished black-and-white engraved gatefold invitations.
3: Number of custom-made Vera Wang gowns Kardashian wore.
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3.2 Million: Number of people who watched sister Khloe's wedding to Lamar Odom in November 2009, making it the most-watched broadcast in E!'s history at the time.
8 Million: Estimated number of people who would have tuned in if the wedding were aired live.
10.8 Million: Kardashian's Twitter Followers
200,000: Circulation of a magazine like Brides, which is why vendors were eager for publicity for Kardashian's wedding.