How Kim Kardashian Got Discovered
Kim Kardashian is hitting headlines a little more than usual ahead of her waaaaaay over-hyped wedding to pro-basketball player Kris Humphries this weekend.
But while the blogosphere and tabloids are nauseatingly obsessing over the 50 guests that were cut from the guest list (the horror!), what color the bridesmaids dresses will be (not green!), or how sad it is that she has to put her honeymoon on hold due to work commitments (if your wedding is paid for by multiple cheesy sponsors, you gotta fulfill those contractual obligations!), there is one outlet reminding us how the reality star – who has built a multi-million dollar empire in large part by appealing to the tween/teen demographic – got her Hollywood start.
Vivid Entertainment, the world’s leading adult film studio which distributed the infamous, unauthorized and quite X-rated movie “Kim K Superstar” back in 2007 (co-starring boyfriend rapper Ray J) has announced their own Kardashian-inspired wedding celebration this week: a competition for a “lucky” couple to have their own “Honeymoon video” produced by the company.
“If viewers want some inspiration for how they might make their own tape, a good place to start would be to check out Kim and Ray J’s moves by watching a clip at Vivid.com,” said Steven Hirsch, founder/co-chairman of the studio. “‘Kim K Superstar’ has consistently been one of our best selling celebrity movies and we believe it has stimulated many romantic moments.”