I would never have known the Philadelphia Inquirer had a celebrity gossip section until Halloween day when the world was using the, now trending, hashtag #ThingsLongerThanKimsMarriage on Twitter. I found out about the divorce through the infamous social media and then looked immediately at Philly.com to see if there had been reports posted on the website. After all, it's a credible news source and I thought it would never post any nonsense such as this. Boy oh boy was I wrong. Really wrong. 

The Inquirer actually has posted several articles about the Kardashian-Humphries wedding and suspected divorce. The article, The Kardashian Times: KK & KH Kaput!? was written just ten days before the filing was publicly announced, saying things such as "Sure, it's not as bas as Britney Spears' 55-hour-marriage to whatshisname in 2004..." and "...celeb Kim Kardashian and pro basketball player Kris Humphries may be joining the Brit on the ever-growing list, Shortest Celebrity Marriages..."

Now, I understand wanting to know about the lives of celebrities but when I found the celebrity gossip page on Philly.com I was a little concerned. Articles from the Associate Press regarding the split were published immediately on Philly.com at 3:00 a.m. as well as a breaking report that made me question why this is news worthy. I think there were multiple stories that could have replaced this but Philly.com is just doing its job and catering to its audience.