kim kardashian Steals Show With Skimpy Dress At GQ Men of the year

Kim Kardashian West Steals Show at GQ Men of the Year

London, England – Let it be known by all that Kim Kardashian West takes her married name seriously. Her former surname of Kardashian is now her middle name which fact everyone “better recognize”. During the annual GQ award ceremony, she was presented with the “Woman of the Year” award by GQ Magazine’s editor Dylan Jones. However, the esteemed editor called her name out as “Kim Kardashian” in an obvious faux pas which visibly miffed her. She even made mention of that during her acceptance speech.

That said, the real news was her outfit. Mrs. West wore a shiny black leather outfit reminiscent of a dominatrix. The outfit was covered by a see through haute couture gunmetal gown which tapered in the end like a fish tail. It was designed by Ralph & Russo and was meant to highlight her 34D “sisters” and her curvaceous fourth point of contact. It certainly worked with her husband who was “handsy” the entire night. That said, Kanye West was quite the gentleman even bowing down at one point to loosen her gown so that it did not get stuck on the red carpet. He was quite dapper fellow himself, but nothing makes a man look quite as attractive as having a beautiful & loving woman by his side.

There was quite a number of stars at the event including singer Nicole Sherzinger. However, she looked more like a lanky pre-teen modeling her mother’s clothing while standing next to the well-endowed Mrs. West. The award of “International Man of the Year” went to the portly and rotund Jonah Hill. In his acceptance speech, he attempted to one up his old middle school flame Emily by reminding her that she has the distinction of dumping a man now recognized by GQ Magazine. Actor Benedict Cumberbatch took home the award for “Actor of the Year”.

Reference material:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2741092/Kim-Kardashian-shows-incredible-figure-transparent-gown-plunging-leather-bodice-GQ-Men-Of-The-Year-Awards.html