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E! Entertainment isn’t making viewers wait until October for their first peek at video shot inside the wedding ceremony between Kim Kardashian and NBA player Kris Humphries.
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E! was the only media outlet allowed videocameras inside the ceremony, which will air as part of two-part special, Kim’s Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event, on Oct. 9 and 10.
But E! News’ Ryan Seacrest, who was at the wedding, on Sunday tweeted out a link to a network report on the nuptials that gave fans a peek at everything from the wedding gown to the altar.
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“And here it is, ur first video from inside @KimKardashian’s wedding yesterday!” he wrote.
While The Hollywood Reporter has learned that People paid $1.5 million for exclusive photos of Saturday’s event, E!’s video gives fans their first look at Kardashian’s strapless Vera Wang dress and jeweled headpiece.
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The footage also shows Kardashian getting her hair done along with shots of her sisters Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian in their bridesmaids dresses as well as their mother Kris Jenner in her gown.
The video also features wide shots of the altar along with Kardashian walking down the black-and-white aisle with stepdad Bruce Jenner.
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The ceremony, which was held on an 11-acre estate in Montecito, Calif., has been estimated to cost at least $500,000, but those costs are offset by items like a free $20,000 Vera Wang wedding gown and the lucrative media deals.
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