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Kim Kardashian Becomes A Blonde Bombshell at GQ’s Men of the Year Celebration

The glittering lights of Los Angeles shone even brighter on Thursday night as the stars descended on GQ’s Men of the Year celebration, but the real talk of the town was none other than Kim Kardashian. Ditching her recent drag king persona, the reality TV queen was back to her sultry, feminine self, commanding the red carpet with a look that left jaws dropping.

The controversy surrounding Kim’s GQ cover, deemed by some as ‘dumb and super insensitive’ for featuring a woman on the ‘Men of the Year’ issue, didn’t seem to faze the 43-year-old mogul. Instead, she confidently strutted down the red carpet in a racy suede Chrome Hearts dress that left little to the imagination. The halter neckline, gothic cross-shaped embroidery, and a daring low back showcased Kim’s curves in all their glory.

But the real showstopper? Kim’s transformation from raven-haired beauty to a long, dirty blonde bombshell. A waist-length wig framed her sultry brown smokey eye and glossy nude lip, a creation of her go-to makeup artist, Ariel. The SKIMS founder was the epitome of confidence, showing off her eye-catching ensemble for the cameras before the ceremony commenced.

Kim earned the title of Tycoon of the Year for her groundbreaking launch of Skims menswear. Her cover spread featured an androgynous suit and tie look, a bold move that had her declaring on Instagram, ‘Hi! I’m the GQ Man of the Year!’ However, the online chatter was quick to criticize GQ for including a woman in the ‘Men of the Year’ lineup, despite previous female cover stars like Rihanna, Megan Thee Stallion, Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Aniston, and Scarlett Johansson.

While naysayers buzzed, Kim’s fellow cover star, Jacob Elordi, arrived at the celebration looking unfazed by the controversy. The Euphoria star, 26, rocked a boxy black pinstripe jacket, matching pants, and a pastel yellow shirt with a large collar, channeling his recent portrayal of Elvis. His on/off girlfriend, Olivia Jade, walked the red carpet separately, stunning in a tiny bralette paired with an oversized sequin jacket and maxi skirt.

The star-studded event also featured fashion icons like Paris Hilton, who dazzled in a sparkly gray sequin gown, and Olivia Rodrigo, who looked chic in a flirty LBD. Alessandra Ambrosio stunned in an angelic white dress with goth flair, while Lorde flaunted her chiseled abs in a silky green dress with a bold stomach cut-out.

Megan Thee Stallion stole the spotlight in a cut-out brown and black beaded gown, while Chloe Bailey opted for a patent grey cut-out gown with torso and back details. Shiva Baby star Rachel Sennott brought the edge with a skin-tight black dress and a racy side cut-out, layered with a black vinyl trench coat.

The red carpet also featured power couples like Henry Golding and Liv Lo, sharing kisses for the cameras, and Seth Rogen with his retro-chic wife Lauren Miller. Babyface and his girlfriend Rika Tischendorf coordinated in all-black, while YouTube sensation Emma Chamberlain turned heads by going sans pants as she mingled with A-listers like Kim Kardashian and Jacob Elordi.

As the night unfolded, GQ’s Men of the Year celebration proved to be a dazzling display of fashion, controversy, and star power. Whether clad in sequins, cut-outs, or sans pants, the celebrities in attendance ensured that the red carpet was more than just a walk—it was a statement. And Kim Kardashian, with her sultry dress and blonde bombshell look, was undeniably the talk of the town.

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