A day prior to her wedding, Khloe Kardashian has something old (father Bruce Jenner); something new (her breasts); something borrowed (the spotlight); and something blue (a sad sister Kim for being shoved out of said spotlight).
She also has a lawyer.
That's because fiance Lamar Odom is finally showing an ounce of rational thinking. He's insisting on a prenuptial agreement. There's just one problem:
In order for E! to foot the bill for the $1 million wedding, it must take place tomorrow. That's not enough time to hash out a contract between the couple, both sides of which have romantically hired an attorney the day before the ceremony.
According to TMZ, here's the likely solution: like her love for Odom, Khloe's wedding tomorrow will be fake.
In order to work out a post-nuptial agreement, the ceremony would have to be non-binding. Once the financial details are worked out in case of a divorce, the couple can then officially tie the knot.
So, why don't Kardashian and Odom simply wait until this takes place and hold an actual wedding? Because cameras wouldn't have time to capture it, get it on the air and garner great ratings from the event.