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Kim K 'splashed on hot makeover'

Published 16/05/2015

Kim Kardashian has helped promote the Skechers brand in the past
Kim Kardashian has helped promote the Skechers brand in the past

Kim Kardashian reportedly wanted to show "as much flesh as possible" at the Met Gala.

The 34-year-old reality star and businesswoman is known for her bold curves, especially her pert derriere. And in a bid to enhance her best asset ahead of the 2015 Met Gala earlier this month Kim reportedly spent a huge sum on various treatments.

"Kim was determined to steal the show with her body - she wanted to take the limelight away from other celebrities and outshine her body rivals. She splashed out almost £13,000 on cellulite-busting treatments, bottom-boosting injections and facials," an insider told British magazine Closer.

"Kim usually visits her Beverly Hills-based dermatologist Dr Harold Lancer every couple of weeks, but in the run-up to the Met Gala she was going daily."

During her appointments Kim apparently got a chemical peel worth £500, collagen facials costing £1,000 and over £1,300 worth of fillers and injections.

She did end up stunning on the red carpet in a sheer Roberto Cavalli gown with white detailing and a feathered trail. Her efforts certainly paid off, with Vogue magazine including her on its best-dressed list of the night.

"Kim was intent on outshining everyone at the Met Ball. She even instructed her designer to remove some of the diamantes off her dress so she could bare as much flesh as possible," the source added.

Kim felt so confident that she broke the no selfie rule, set by host Anna Wintour, by posting various photos online.

One picture, taken by her husband Kanye West, sees her and Jennifer Lopez walking away from the camera so people can get a good glimpse of their behinds.

"With my idol @jlo (sic)" Kim wrote.

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