Kim Kardashian's Wardrobe Malfunction Was an Excuse to Flaunt Her Booty (PHOTOS)

kim kardashian on ellen 2014Looks like Kim Kardashian's sitdown with Ellen DeGeneres this week got seriously dramatic at one point ... all thanks to a wardrobe malfunction. Apparently, the ensemble she had on became ... unwearable somehow. And because she seemingly didn't have a stylist or sister or momager or, wait, fiance named Kanye who makes every decision for her nearby to vet her replacement outfit, she took to Instagram to bemoan, "OMG my dress for Ellen just broke!!! I have to leave in 5mins...I need help! Should I wear this???"

In the pic she posted, she was wearing a wrap-style white sweater displaying gratuitous inside-boob and long, painted-on-tight taupe skirt in which her rear end looked even bigger and more crazy than it did in her now infamous butt selfie. Oy.

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Apparently, she didn't love the first look (thank goodness!), because she swapped out the skirt for a just-as-tight beige pencil skirt, which served to be a bit more flattering thanks to ruching details all around ...

 

If this fiasco isn't an indication that Kim's actually getting self-conscious about that ridiculous (has to be plastic surgery-enhanced) rear end, I don't know what is. Ha, I hate to assume, but could it have actually been her butt that "broke" (what does that even mean?) the first outfit?! OMG. I wouldn't be surprised. It's out of control and is starting to remind me of when Heidi Montag was walking around with those ginormous fake breasts. Scary.

Anyway, at least Kim knew better than to attempt to pull off that ridiculous maxi skirt. Wanting to flaunt your dangerous curves is one thing, but there are most definitely right and wrong, very bad, very cringe-worthy ways to do that.

What do you think about Kim's first and second looks here? Do you agree her butt looks pretty ridiculous?

 

Image via EllenTV.com

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