Khloe Kardashian stuns on the December cover of ‘Redbook’ mag in a red gown with a sexy thigh-high slit. How thin and fabulous does she look for this shoot?
Khloe Kardashian, 31, has graced the December/January cover of Redbook and it is literally flawless. She looks stunning for this photo shoot and she has so much to say about everything from butt implants, Caitlyn Jenner, 66, and Lamar Odom, 36. What do you guys think of her fab cover?
Recently, every time we see Khloe or even pictures of her, she looks the best she has ever looked. This time, for the December/January cover of Redbook, she looks like a twig in a stunning red satin Jill Jill Stuart gown that featured a plunging slit, showing off her insanely toned legs.
She also stunned in a blue, sequin Alice + Olivia dress that we are obsessed with.
Khloe dished about butt implants, and how it motivates her to work out as hard as she does. “When I started working out, it wasn’t about weight loss; I was going through a really hard time and needed an emotional release. As a side effect, I started losing weight. Once you start getting in the tabloids claiming you have fake body parts, then it’s like, ‘Okay, I made it. Now I’m really working out.’ Kourtney said yesterday, ‘I got so happy because someone said I had butt implants.’ And I was like, ‘Doesn’t it make you feel good?’ She’s like, ‘I really feel good. I’ve got to keep it up!’”
She also had such a heartfelt statement about Lamar, “My biggest wish is for him to be happy. I still have a great deal of love for him. That doesn’t mean I have to be by his side all the time.”
In regards to Caitlyn’s transition, “It was difficult for me that Bruce wasn’t honest with me. The transition had nothing to do with it. I love Caitlyn. She still likes us to call her our dad, but it’s hard when, you know, Dad’s now wearing a dress.”
And finally, she dished about her current beau, James Harden: “Our family brings a different amount of–not fame–attention. Instead of just being known for his talent, he’s now known for being someone’s boyfriend. We’re used to it, but for a person new to this, I’m like: ‘Oh, God. I’m sorry.'”
We can’t wait for the mag to hit newsstands on Nov. 17 — can you?