Next up for a naughty photo shoot! Khloé wants to pose for Playboy


Khloé Kardashian is reportedly sick of her sisters getting all the attention. Following Kim’s now infamous shoot for Paper magazine, pregnant Kourtney stripped for DuJour magazine earlier this week. And a new report claims that Khloé is so annoyed with the focus being on her siblings that she is planning a sexy shoot of her own.

'She thinks her curves are a perfect fit for a men’s mag'

“Khloé is dying to prove she’s just as hot as her sister,” a source told “She thinks her curves are a perfect fit for a men’s mag and being in Playboy has always been a dream of hers.”

Khloé rarely lets a day go by without hitting the gym for a tough workout session. And she is said to be keen to use the Playboy shoot to reveal her gym-honed figure in all its glory.

“She wants to cause shock waves when she reveals her new body,” the source added.

But Khloé certainly isn’t going to be taking part in the shoot out of the goodness of her heart. also report that Khloé is requesting a $1million fee to shed her clothes for the pages of the men’s magazine.

In addition, she is allegedly working hard to maintain her diet and exercise regime in the run up to the shoot.

Kim’s shoot for Paper magazine saw her pose with her derriere on display, greased up and wearing nothing but a pearl necklace with a black satin dress draped around her legs. Another shot was a full-frontal nude, with Kim cheekily smiling for the camera.

Meanwhile, Kourtney posed in all her pregnant glory for DuJour magazine, showing off her baby bump in the process.

Speaking about the shots, Kourtney told “To me, nudity is not something to be ashamed of. I’m not embarrassed of my body.”

“I’m at my best when I’m pregnant. It’s such an amazing feeling, the transformation that your body goes through. There’s something about that that’s so empowering and beautiful and I just really embrace it.”

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