Kim Kardashian Named 'Most Ill-Mannered Person Of 2011'

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Dec. 17 2011, Published 1:36 p.m. ET

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- Radar Senior Reporter

Kim Kardashian’s 72-day marriage that many are saying was all a publicity stunt, has earned her the title of the “Most Ill-Mannered Person of 2011.”

The reality star received the dubious distinction from the National League of Junior Cotillions “for making a private matter public and disrespecting the institution of marriage.”

Kim married Kris Humphries in a lavish, star-studded wedding in August and then filed for divorce on Halloween in a move that blindsided her husband.

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As exclusively reported, Kris has branded Kim’s reality shows as fake and claims there isn’t anything real about the entire Keeping Up with the Kardashians clan.

While Kim was found to be the most ill-mannered, Kate Middleton was awarded the title of Best-Mannered Person of 2011 “for the poise and dignity with which she conducts herself in the public spotlight.”

"The annual selections are based on the demonstration of dignity, honor, and respect," said Elizabeth Anne Winters, NLJC National Director. "Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, was chosen for the exemplary manner in which she has conducted herself, before and after her marriage to Prince William."

Also on the list were Justin Bieber “for consistently showing courtesy to his fans,” and Taylor Swift “for inspiring young people with her music and her manners.”

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