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Kim Kardashian Turns Into a Blonde Space Hottie

November 11, 2010, 8:27 am GMT

In a new ad of Divinity collection for Beach Bunny Swimwear, Kim transforms her dark brown locks into a shoulder length platinum blonde as she poses as a 'Queen of the Galaxy'.



Kim Kardashian has turned into a blonde beauty in a new ad for her self-designed Divinity collection for Beach Bunny Swimwear. Not only turning her waist length dark brown hair into a shoulder length platinum blonde, but Kim also transformed herself into a space hottie.

In the picture, Kim was seen wearing white two-piece swimsuits and matching it with white knee-high boots. Making the ad more dramatic, the 30-year-old beauty held a big matching space helmet and stood in what appeared to be a deserted planet.

Beside posting the ad on her official blog along with other pictures of beauties modeling the swimwear collection, Kim wrote, "My Divinity Collection was inspired by Jane Fonda in the movie Barbarella, where she plays a super-sci-fi-sexy Queen of the Galaxy!"

"This collection incorporates everything I love in a bikini... shimmer, animal print, side ties in the bottoms," Kim continued. "I even designed a gorgeous chiffon tunic, because every girl needs a fab cover up for the beach."

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