LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The producers of Kim Kardashian's reality show say the reality TV starlet will file for divorce Monday from NBA player Kris Humphries after two months of marriage.
Kardashian wed Humphries on Aug. 20 in a star-studded wedding that was made into a television special.
"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" Executive Producer Ryan Seacrest in a Twitter post confirmed a TMZ.com report that the reality starlet will file divorce papers Monday in Los Angeles. TMZ says she has already filed the paperwork.
A news story on the website of E! Entertainment Television, which airs Kardashian's show, also confirmed a divorce is imminent.
The divorce, if finalized, would be Kardashian's second. Humphries last played as a forward for the New Jersey Nets.
A phone message to Kardashian's divorce attorney, Laura Wasser, was not immediately returned.
TMZ, citing sources close to the couple, says a main reason the couple split is because Kris wants to eventually live in Minnesota where he's from and Kim wants to stay near her family in L.A.
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