It's just one more example of how Keeping Up With The Kardashians is fake, and scenes are edited to make the viewer believe what producers want them to — and RadarOnline.com has exclusively discovered the latest case in point.
On Sunday, Feb. 9 when an episode titled "A Surprise Engagement Pt. 1" aired on E! it was supposed to be a lead into Kim Kardashian's big engagement to Kanye West — which broke last Oct. anyways, so everyone already knew — but Radar discovered that Kim was already wearing her engagement ring, a full week before the next episode when she actually gets engaged.
So was the entire engagement at AT&T Park in San Francisco a sham because the two were already engaged? Or was it just poor editing on the part of the post-production team who stitched footage from after the engagement into footage from before?
You be the judge.
Radar has assembled a gallery of screen grabs from the episode (from approx. 17:30 in the show to 19:35) that clearly show Kim, 33, wearing her huge 15-carat diamond ring from West.
What we do know is that it's not the first time KUWTK has been accused of faking scenes.
In fact, producer Russell Jay was forced to testify last year in a 165-page deposition obtained by Radar, that at least two scenes were “scripted, reshot or edited” to make Kris Humphries look like the villain after Kim decided she wanted a divorce.
Kim herself has admitted to duping viewers of the hit reality TV show.
"Pregnancy for me was a lot tougher than people saw on my show or from magazines," she said.
And don't forget about the episode where Kim's $75,000 diamond earring was lost in the ocean while vacationing with Humphries in Bora Bora in 2011 — a scene Radar is told was fake.
"Kim was crying hysterically, but then miraculously, one of her younger sisters found the earring in the ocean where the group had been swimming. It was probably 6-8 feet deep, and Kris commented to Kim how unbelievable it was that the valuable earring was found as the current in the ocean in Bora Bora is very, very strong. Kim just said, ‘I know,’ with very big smile on her face," a source revealed.
"Kris says that Kim’s reality shows are a total sham. He doesn’t think there is anything real about the shows at all. Kris thinks that Khloe is truly the only authentic one among the Kardashian sisters."
Do you think it's fair for the Kardashians to call their show "reality TV" when it's scripted and faked? Sound off in the comments below…