On television, of course.
Professing their, um, love in front of millions of viewers once wasn’t enough for newlyweds Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries. On Wednesday, they did it again. This time, the made-for-reality couple re-did their I Do’s on the Ellen DeGeneres Show.
"We are gathered here today because we are the only 300 people who weren't invited to Kim's and Kris's wedding," DeGeneres joked. "And now, in this mecca of daytime television, we reaffirm the bond of marriage between Kris Humphries and Kris Kardashian — all rights reserved, E! Television Productions."
"It's been five weeks since your wedding, which is a long time for reality TV stars, so it's time to renew your vows," she said before giving Humphries's an unorthodox set of vows included promising to "honor, love and keep up" with his wife, and to buy a copy of DeGeneres's new book, Seriously, I'm Kidding.
Kardashian was ordered to promise to put Humphries first, or "at least above Kourtney but below Khloe."
After the two exchanged rings, DeGeneres — with the "authority given to me by Ryan Seacrest" — pronounced the couple man and wife.
Rumor has it that Seacrest’s producers have already booked Judge Judy for the divorce proceedings.