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Kendra Wilkinson gives Kim Kardashian wedding advice Kendra Wilkinson televised her wedding with Hank Baskett so who better to give Kim Kardashian wedding advice?

Kendra admitted that there are two keys things to having the wedding be successful, states OK! magazine. She first believes that Kim should keep the dress as private as possible even if that means keeping it in a private room until the big moment.

However, the biggest issue for creating the best environment possible for all the guests is simple: “[I]f there is good music then people are dancing and having fun, and nothing else matters.”

Do you think Kim Kardashian’s wedding will be a success?

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One Comment

  • August 14, 2011 | Permalink |

    Do you think Kim Kardashian’s wedding will be a success?” If by success you mean outrageously expensive, brimming socialites and filthy rich guests and overrated, then yes, it will be a roaring success.

    If by success you mean a union of two soulmates truly in love and right for each other and on their way to a long happy life together until death them do part, no no no, the wedding will be a complete failure!

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