Just days ago, Kim Kardashian was seen crying her eyes out and saying she’d never pose without clothes for a magazine, in a segment of her latest reality show. Happily, that’s a promise she never meant to keep, as the March 2011 issue of FHM UK confirms.
The reality star, who was visibly upset when the Art Issue of W Magazine came out because the pics inside it showed more than she had shown in her Playboy editorial, doesn’t seem to have a problem with flaunting her toned body in a swimsuit.
In fact, it’s Kim herself who was the first to spread the news of the photos, posting them on her official blog, together with what can only be seen as the clearest indication that, this time, she’s happy with how they came out.Judging by how good she looks and the excellent shape she’s in, she really doesn’t have a reason to feel bad about doing this shoot.
“I just received my cover spread for the March issue of FHM Magazine in the UK and I had to share with you guys! This was such a fun shoot,” Kim writes.
“Where my UK fans at?? I love you guys and hope I can visit soon. I love London!” the reality star adds.
The interview in the magazine is nothing special – in the sense that it tackles topics that Kim has already addressed in previous interviews, including how she’s too busy to be dating anyone right now, how much she works everyday and what a hopeless romantic she is. Speaking of W Magazine, to Kim’s claims that they lied to her about how she would be portrayed in the photospread, they’re respond in a statement to Us Weekly: it’s art, get over it.
“In keeping in line with the theme of W Magazine’s November Art Issue, Kim Kardashian’s cover was conceived as an artistic collaboration with well-known artist Barbara Kruger, and was a meditation on the influence that reality TV has on contemporary culture,” reads the statement.
“The inside portfolio documented the career and power of Kim Kardashian as a work of art, using the language of artists like Jeff Koons... and Gilbert & George,” says the same statement.