Danilo Gallinari Was Approached to Date Kim Kardashian | BlackSportsOnline

Nuggets Danilo Gallinari Was E! First Choice to Be Kim Kardashian’s Fake Husband

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, October 27th, 2011
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If you didn’t know besides Reggie Bush all of Kimmy’s hook ups were pre-planned.  She would pick out an athlete and through a middle man they would reach out to the them and it would go from there.

That is exactly how it happened with Miles Austin.

Most of the athletes just smash and dash after a couple of dates, Kris Humphries who was also “chosen” flip the script and decided to become the husband, but before him Kim and E! had someone else in mind.

Kris wasn’t Kim’s first choice to be her basketball beau. In fact, according to Wetpaint.com before the brunette beauty met her new husband, Kim was so eager to date a basketball player that E! were calling around teams to matchmake with NBA athletes, RadarOnline.comhas learned.

Wetpaint claim that E! Television staff contacted the New York Knicks to ask if hunky Italian basketball star Danilo Gallinari would be interested in dating Kim. “They asked if he would be interested in dating her and being on a reality show,” a source told the website.

According to the insider, both E! and Kim were interested in having her date a big New York athlete for the debut season of Kourtney & Kim Take New York, which premiered in January 2011.

“Danilo said he would love to meet Kim but was not interested in dating her or being on a reality show,” revealed the insider, who added: “Even though E! explained it would be great for his career, Gallinari turned the offer down.”

This is how it works in the Reality Show world.

It isn’t a real word, it is like the Matrix and the Kardashians are the Agent Smiths.

Think about that for a minute.

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