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Kim Kardashian is MARRIED, YOU GUYS

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IT'S THE MOMENT WE'VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR: Kim Kardashian married her Prince Charming, Kris Humphries, at a private estate in Montecito last night. As we all recall, Humphries, a professional basketball player who played last season for the Nets, gifted Kardashian with a 20-carat, $2 million ring in May. The two had been dating only six months, but Kim, of course, has been dying to get married for years now.

Planning for the wedding took place at breakneck pace, and the big day was upon us before we even had time to catch our breath and choke back our amazement/jealousy/horror over the size of her diamond.

According to the Huffington Post, the happy couple took a page out of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston's book and banned cell phones and cameras from the big event. Some celebs got all the tweeting out of their system on the way to the wedding, though. Ryan Seacrest (who owns one of the production companies associated with "Keeping Up With The Kardashians") had this to say:

On the way to @kimkardashian's wedding...traffic so bad on the 101 I had to stop at cold stone creamery...coffee lovers in my belly
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For those interested, Kardashian wore a Vera Wang gown, and her sisters/bridesmaids wore ivory.

UPDATE: "Kim Kardashian's" is now trending on Twitter.