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Kardashian-Humphries Proposal Staged?

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01/19/2012 09:46 AM ET

The soon to be ex-husband of Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries has already made the claim that the entire wedding was a sham through his publicist, now he claims the proposal was even staged.

Humphries is allegedly telling friends that Kim herself staged his whole proposal to her for the camera’s and it was no surprise to her when it happened. One source says that, “Kim told Kris how, where and when to propose, it was absolutely no surprise to her whatsoever.”

In the proposal scene for their reality show, Kris is shown in Kim’s room spelling out ‘Will You Marry Me’ in rose petals on the floor. Kris is then on one knee behind the rose petals as Kim walks in and looks to be shocked and tells Kris he is crazy, with him replying your perfect.

However, this is not even close to how Kris wanted to propose, telling friends he wanted to have a more romantic, night proposal in his hometown and not in Los Angeles during the day. But Kim and the production crew shot down all his idea’s. Kim wanted the proposal to take place during the day apparently to have better lightning for herself.

The source says, “First of all, Kris proposed in the middle of the day, and he had to do that because it would create better lighting to capture the moment. Kim looked so surprised but she knew it was happening. She was in full hair and make-up, as she always is on the show.”

Adding, “Kris wanted it to be very intimate and romantic, but all of his ideas were shot down by production officials and Kim. Kim told him the paparazzi would ruin the special moment if it were to take place in a public setting, like the beach, which he had also considered. How romantic could it be with three camera crews?”

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