Kim Kardashian reportedly made a cool $1.5 million by allowing reality TV cameras to capture all the action from her August wedding, and tonight the entire universe can watch her and Kris Humphries exchange vows on E!. Shockingly, this reality TV queen isn't the first star to turn the best day of her life into a prime time event. In fact, Dave Navarro and Carmen Electra were the first big celebs to invite the cameras to their nuptials back in 2004.
Dave Navarro and Carmen Electra
These two didn't just let the TV crews in for their big day. They let MTV film a whole season of their wedding planning PLUS the ceremony and reception back in 2003. The unconventional couple signed on for 'Til Death Do Us Part: Cameron and Dave after the success of the MTV show about their courtship. They'd been engaged since 2001, and agreeing to the wedding special forced them to set a wedding date. They tied the knot on November 22, 2003, and the 7-episode series debuted on January 21, 2004. They filed for divorce in August 2006, but maintained the "MTV curse" wasn't to blame.
Back in 2002, the 98 Degrees heartthrob and Jessica Simpson said "I do" then let the world into their home for three seasons of their reality show, Newlyweds. They cited the show as one of the causes of their divorce, but that didn't stop Lachey from starting his second marriage on reality TV! He and Vanessa Minnillo let the cameras capture their tropical island ceremony in July 2011 and just two weeks later the footage aired on TLC. Lachey said about the decision: "We're lucky to have such passionate and loving fans, and we thought partnering with TLC on this special would be the best way to share the exciting journey we're on with all the people that support us and our relationship." So far, they're still married....................