Kim Kardashian Poses Like Jesus Christ, Shows Off Baby Bump in Front of Famous Statue in Brazil

Celebrity News Feb. 11, 2013 AT 12:40PM
Kim Kardashian in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on February 9, 2013. Kim Kardashian in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on February 9, 2013. Credit: PGpg78/RAMEY PHOTO

Well, that's one way to cause a scene! Kim Kardashian struck a pose during her Brazilian getaway with boyfriend Kanye West, but it was a slightly more controversial one than her usual dress-and-heels numbers.

In the image, the Kim and Kourtney Take Miami star poses like Jesus Christ in front of the famous Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro with her arms outstretched and her palms facing up on Saturday, Feb. 9. Another female tourist in the background strikes a similar pose.

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Kardashian's pose also draws attention to the 32-year-old's growing baby bump, which is quite visible through her hot pink, form-fitting dress. (See more photos of Kim and Kanye's trip to Brazil.)

Though the couple opted not to attend the Grammy Awards this year, Kardashian couldn't help bragging about West's three wins from their Brazilian getaway.

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"Awww just waking up in Brazil, seeing Kanye won 3 Grammy's last night! That makes a total of 21!" she tweeted excitedly on Monday, Feb. 11. "That's just so insane! Soooo proud!"

Earlier in the weekend, the pregnant reality star and West, 35, dined at the Braseiro Gavera restaurant on Friday, strolling over to tourist spot the Chinese View afterward to exchange presents and some more PDA.

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According to E! News, West presented Kardashian with a small present that provoked a huge grin. In January, the jet-setting couple made a trip out to Paris for Paris Fashion Week, where West gifted his girlfriend with $65,000 worth of jewelry from Cartier.

"The Don strikes again!" Kardashian tweeted at the time, along with a photo of five eye-popping luxe gold bracelets.

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