Zooey Deschanel Follows Kim Kardashian in Split from Death Cab Singer

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Zooey Deschanel is a day later and many dollars shorter than Kim Kardashian as she, too, splits from her husband.

OK, so the actress was married more than 72 days to Ben Bibbard, headliner for Death Cab for a Cutie and The Postal Service, at a bit more than two years. But the New Girl star did make her move one day after Kim Kardashian made hers.

In fact, the 500 Days Of Summer thespian had her spokesperson say that the parting did, indeed, happen. But, beyond that, this quirky star-on-the-rise is not saying anything about what prompted this drastic action.

And so, while Zooey Deschanel follows Kim Kardashian by leaving her Death Cab singer husband as the Kourtney and Kim Take New York headliner divorces Kris Humphries, Kimmy K seems to be getting all the attention. And that’s probably just fine for Deschanel because the sitcom star is nowhere near as open to the public about her personal life as the reality personality seems to be. You know who that is, right. The person with the initials KK and who dominates today’s entertainment news all over the place as she files for divorce from her husband of 72 days.

But then who is more on show than Kim Kardashian?

Certainly Zooey takes the low key route. To be sure, although Deschanel did sing the National Anthem at the World Series, and she continues to sing in public places with a band called She & Him, this actress is not as fame oriented when it comes to the sake of her privacy. And so, while Zooey Deschanel makes a life change, she remains mute about the reason. Meanwhile, the same action from Kim Kardashian and all kinds of her people are speaking up about all the particular whys and wherefores of her impending divorce.

So what can you say? To each her own, right Zooey Deschanel and Kim Kardashian?

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