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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding set to be televised & paid for by E!

Weddings usually cost a lot, especially when you're a celebrity trying to outdo everyone else’s wedding. According to Radar Online, Kim Kardashian’s won’t have to worry about that because E! will pick up the tab. The catch? The chance to film the wedding so they can make it into a reality show special. That way, everyone in the world will have a front row seat to watch Kim and Kanye's spectacular wedding.

MIAMI BEACH, FL - DECEMBER 04: Kanye West (L) and Kim Kardashian attend DuJour Magazine's event to honor artist Marc Quinn at Delano South Beach Club on December 4, 2013 in Miami Beach, Florida.
Photo by Eugene Gologursky

The wedding is set for sometime in June. The location is shrouded in mystery. Kim admitted that her wedding will not take place in the US, but according to sources, it will probably be in France. Since the Palace of Versailles refused Kim and Kanye's request to hold the wedding there, the couple need to find another place.

A source told Radar Online, “Kim persuaded Kanye to let the cameras roll because E! will pick up most of the cost of the wedding and it’s a lot easier for a network to deal with logistics of a foreign wedding than if it were just the two of them planning it.”

By allowing E! to pay for the wedding, the couple will not have to worry about things like security, the paparazzi crashing in, or guests snapping pictures or talking on their cell phones.

This will not be a cheap wedding day for E!, because the outlandish couple have high expectations of what they want. When Kim married Kris Humphries, E! picked up the tab which allegedly cost $10 million. Kim and Kris were showered with many free things just for the chance to promote them. Even though Kim and Kris's marriage didn't last long, Kim liked the wedding and reception.

'Both Kim and Kanye have very high expectations for their wedding. It will be an over-the-top affair and there will be pre-wedding festivities leading up to the big day for their guests. It'll be like a festival!'

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