Khloe Kardashian-Odom Defends On-Air Fashion Faux Pas
By Paige Feigenbaum
Khloe Kardashian-Odom joined the ranks of Janet Jackson and Lady Gaga, leaving little to the imagination during her "Fox & Friends" appearance Tuesday morning. In a preventable wardrobe malfunction, the reality star's breast was exposed through a see-through blouse.
Following the incident, she blogged, "My stylist Monica Rose DID tell me to wear a bra with that sheer top, but being the naughty girl that I am, I disobeyed and went bra-less. I have a nipple obsession and personally love when women show their nipples — perhaps I was a member of a nudist colony in my last life."
Sister Kourtney Kardashian played fashion police during another appearance Tuesday morning on "LIVE! With Regis and Kelly." Just moments before going out on stage, Kourtney informed her sister that her "N-word," as Khloe referred to it on-air, was peeking out. Without a backup outfit at the studio, Khloe proceeded in the risky attire.
Although she defended her exposé, Khloe issued an apology: "On a more serious note though, to those who I offended, I am very sorry. It truly was an accident, but I would be lying if I said I thought this was a big deal. I love how free European women are when it comes to nudity — they embrace their bodies and are proud of what God gave them. I love that mindset and way of life, which is why I am not embarrassed about what happened this morning. We ALL have nipples!"
Khloe is known to be self conscious about her body image, especially in relation to weight concerns and ridicule. In the past, she did muster the courage to pose nude for a PETA ad campaign.
The new season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" premieres Sunday, June 12 on E!.