Kim Kardashian: 'I Don't Want To Be Married Anymore'

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Jan. 23 2012, Published 11:30 a.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

On Sunday’s part one of Kourtney & Kim Take New York's season finale, Kim Kardashian admitted she didn't "want to be married anymore" to Kris Humphries, essentially putting to an end their 72-day marriage.

The sexy socialite came to the realization when she and sister Kourtney had a session with celebrity medium John Edward, who said he could reach their late father, famed O.J. Simpson attorney Robert Kardashian.

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After the subject turned to divorce, Kim told sister Kourtney, "What was so crazy about that was when he was talking about the divorce stuff. I honestly feel like I can’t do this anymore with Kris -- I don't want to be married anymore -- I feel like I got into this way too fast ... you know, I’m not happy."

 (Edward not only sensed stormy relationship waters, but Kourtney's bun in the oven as well, asking the famous sisters, "I know you just got married Kim and I have to say this: Is somebody pregnant now?"

Another point of tension Sunday was Kris's failure to tell Kim his sister Kayla, was visiting; in turn, Kim avoided the plus-size model to save her from the drama.

Kim said in an off-camera interview she felt uncomfortable around Kayla because of the friction between she and Kris: "I’m having such a rough time with him that it’s hard to let another one of his family members into my heart. 

"It’s better for all of us if I keep my distance from Kayla so she doesn’t catch wind that there’s tension," Kim said.

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Part two of the season finale of Kourtney & Kim Take New York airs on E! this Sunday at 10/9c.



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