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Campbell confused by Kimye Vogue?

Naomi Campbell burst into giggles and refused to answer when she was asked about the decision to put Kim Kardashian on the cover of Vogue.

The supermodel told Australia's This Morning Show that she did not want to comment on Kim and Kanye west's controversial cover for the high-end fashion magazine.

But pressed, she told the show: "Because I'm a fashion model and I've been working for 28 years, and when you get a Vogue cover, it's a build in your career.

"It's a stepping-stone to achieve that. And I'm a fashion model, what more can I say?"

When the interviewer asked if the reality star and rapper hadn't "earned the right" to a cover, Naomi replied: "Those are your words. I'm being politically correct. That's Anna Wintour's choice to put them on the cover of her magazine. Who's to question it?"

Vogue editor Anna defended her decision in her editor's letter, saying: "Part of the pleasure of editing Vogue, one that lies in a long tradition of this magazine, is being able to feature those who define the culture at any given moment, who stir things up, whose presence in the world shapes the way it looks and influences the way we see it.

"I think we can all agree on the fact that that role is currently being played by Kim and Kanye to a T. (Or perhaps that should be to a K?)."

The Sun says Kim revealed in her Vogue interview that she had been using Kanye's empty house as a "walk-in closet" for her and baby daughter North to play "dress-up" in and that she takes selfies of them together.

She said: "I take pictures of her all the time and dress her up. I put Kanye's big chains around her, a little Louis bag and some Jordans, and I'm like, 'What up, Daddy?'"

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