The sobbing has stopped! Kim Kardashian consciously posed nude for Paper magazine (showing all aspects of her talked-about body) in photos released this past week, but that was not the case in a memorable 2010 episode of Kourtney and Kim Take New York.
The clip shows Kim having a meltdown after discovering that her nude spread in W magazine’s November 2010 issue was not censored.
“I’m so f—ing mad right now!” the reality star exclaims, breaking down in tears. “She promised me I would be covered in artwork on top of me. It was so uncomfortable. I’m really honestly freaking out.”
Later, Kim breaks down again while showing Scott Disick the spread. “This really pisses me off. This is serious porn!” she cries, while Kourtney’s longtime beau initially looks shocked, then attempts to defuse the situation with humor.
“What, they’re allowed to show this?” Disick says in the clip. “I’m about to start buying this magazine!”
After dealing with her initial reaction to the spread with her sisters, Kardashian gets on the phone with her publicist and gripes: “Artwork was supposed to be on top of me!” Kourtney and Khloe, meanwhile, sympathetically look at their distraught sister as the ordeal continues to play out.
Kris Jenner then calls Kim upon seeing the spread. “Mom, have you seen my cover? I feel so f—ing taken advantage of!” Kim says, crying again. “They promised me I’d be fully covered. Did you see the inside? I just am never getting naked again.”
A more levelheaded Kim sits in her confessional and admits: “I obviously knew what I was getting into, I was posing nude. I just don’t want people to be like, ‘All she’s good for is — you know — being naked.'”
On Tuesday, Paper released its Winter 2014 issue cover of a stripped-down, butt-baring Kim with the headline: “Break the Internet, Kim Kardashian.” The following evening, the magazine revealed inside shots from the spread, which shockingly showed the reality star completely in the nude, full-frontal.
In the accompanying interview, the 34-year-old mother of one gave some telling quotes about how her thought process has evolved since her ascent to fame.
“You just have to not care,” Kanye West‘s wife told the mag. “You just have to say, ‘This is our life, and it is what it is.'”
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