Nearly a week after Kim Kardashian
#broketheinternet, the media is still buzzing about her brazen Paper
cover, particularly her propensity for balancing a champagne glass on her backside. During an interview on Australian talk show The Project
on Tuesday, Australian personality Rove McManus got to the bottom of the balancing act and learned swiftly that it comes with a price. "My back hurt for about a week after that shoot," she explained. [Photographer Jean-Paule Goude] has an art of posing." But it was well worth it, not just for herself and her confidence, but also for anyone the shoot inspired. "I'm never one to preach, but I felt really positive and really good about myself," she said. "I like the photos, I did it for me, I hope other people like them."
Later that day, Kardashian stepped out in a risqué ensemble at the Melbourne launch of new new fragrance, Fleur Fatale. She cut an especially curvaceous figure in a blush-hued PVC bustier dress designed by Atsuko Kudo, a couture latex designer. The fetish frock can be yours for $460 AUD.