Kim Kardashian's Bridal Shower Canceled—Is There Trouble in Paradise?

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May 11 2014, Published 12:48 a.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian's bridal shower was supposed to be a surprise...and to be held at the Beverly Hills Hotel, but now it appears the cat's out of the bag and there is a change in venue.

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You see, according to E! News, the bride-to-be's shower was to be thrown at the Beverly Hills Hotel, but hostesses Kris Jenner and Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian have decided to move the par-tay to a different locale due to controversy surrounding the historic Los Angeles landmark.

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Protestors have been picketing the Beverly Hills Hotel because it's owned by the Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkieh, the same man who imposed anti-gay laws in his country, including the stoning of gay people.

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Kris, Khloe and Kourtney aren't the first celebs to make a political statement by taking a stance against the Beverly Hills Hotel, Jay Leno joined protestors last Monday and Ellen DeGeneres tweeted she wouldn't be visiting the establishment (or the Hotel Bel-Air, also owned the Sultan's Dorchester Collection) until a resolution is reached.

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No word yet on where Kim's best ladies will move the soiree, but surely there are plenty of posh LA-area establishments that would love to host the future Mrs. West's shower.

Do you think Kris. Khloe and Kourtney did the right thing? Tell us in the comments or tweet @OKMagazine.


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