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Report: Kim's wedding party shut down
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Report: Kim's wedding party shut down

Published Aug. 21, 2011 1:00 a.m. ET

Kim Kardashian wed basketball star Kris Humphries in a lavish ceremony Saturday night, but the party was shut down early after stuffy neighbors called the cops complaining about the noise, the New York Post reported Monday.

The curvy star, wearing Vera Wang, wed the free agent Humphries, who played for the New Jersey Nets last season, in a huge tent set out on a sprawling Montecito estate. But following the speeches, dinner, live performances and first dance, the music, spun by DJ Cassidy, was shut down by authorities at midnight after complaints from local residents.

A source told the Post, “Around midnight DJ Cassidy, who had been spinning for an hour, was ordered to shut down because the neighbors were complaining about the volume of the music. The neighbors didn’t come over, but they called the police. Kim took the news OK and seemed relaxed about it, but her sister Khloe was pretty upset and making a bit of a scene.”

The newlyweds had been serenaded by Robin Thicke and Earth, Wind & Fire earlier in the night. Thicke introduced the couple as “Mr. and Mrs. Humphries” into the tent, and performed “Angel” as they took to the floor for their first dance. He also sang Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together” and his hit “Lost Without You.”


Following speeches from Kris and Bruce Jenner, Humphries, Khloe and Kourtney, Earth, Wind & Fire played five songs including “September,” “Let’s Groove,” “Sing a Song” and “Shining Star.” There was no appearance by Stevie Wonder, who had been reported as being due to perform at the wedding.

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