Khloe Kardashian Wardrobe Malfunction on The X Factor – Photo

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Khloe Kardashian made a splash on her first night as  one of the hosts of The X Factor. The reality show star was wearing a purple blouse without a bra for her big premiere, revealing a lot more than she anticipated.

Simon Cowell noticed Khloe’s excitement during the show tweeting,

“I think the air conditioning is on high tonight looking at Khloe.”

After Kardashian called Cowell “sexy,” during the show, Cowell could not resist teasing (flirting) her back saying,

“I think the air conditioning is a little high tonight. It’s very distracting.”

Kardashian also pointed out the waldrobe malfunction by taking to twitter to say,

“I think I had a little nip action earlier LOL.”

This is not the first nipple slip for Kardashian – she also had one during an interview last year.

The X Factor is battling to get their ratings up this season. Do you think this is just another ploy for publicity or an honest mistake.

Check out the photo on page 2.





2 Responses to Khloe Kardashian Wardrobe Malfunction on The X Factor – Photo

  1. Roxamme says:

    The X Factor judges are not credible in their mentor abilities or in their judgement of talent. Demi and Brittney are totally useless. Simon has not been on his best since this show began. There is absolutely no need for Khloe to host. She is a waste of talent and money. Show needs total revision!!!!

  2. stargazer says:

    It was highly irresponsible for Khloe to be attired in the way she was while announcing children acts and to an audience of children and young adults. As a fan of the X Factor, I was not a fan of this inappropriate display and encourage wardrobe supervision and approval for future shows.

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