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Pictures: Tila Tequila Showing Off Her Boobs in Album Release Party

May 14, 2010 (4:23 am) GMT
In addition to appearing on the red-carpet with raunchy get-up, the reality TV star also gives X-Rated performance at the 'Welcome to the Darkside' release party.
Tila Tequila

rocked revealing outfit when walking on the red carpet of her album release party. The reality TV star was dressed in a belt-styled bra with black wing strapped on her shoulder. She matched her raunchy look with black shorts, stockings as well as heeled boots and finished it with black gloves.

On the May 12 event, Tila did not only treat photographers and awaiting fans outside Los Angeles' The Conga Room with a racy outfit, which shows off her boobs, but she also struck seductive poses for the camera. She got down, lying on the floor in one picture and raised her belt bra in another image to show more skin in her breast area.

On top of the racy appearance, Tila Tequila took the stage inside the L.A. hotspot and showcased more X-Rated performances while singing songs from her new mini album "". She traded her dominatrix-style get-up with a white corset-looking ensemble for the stage act.

Released in the U.S. on May 11, "Welcome to the Darkside" consists of three songs; new track "Get Off Me" as well as revamped version of 's "Blue Dress" and cover version of 's "Walking on Thin Ice".






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