Kim Kardashian showed how extremely thin for Marilyn Monroe dress
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Kim Kardashian became the star of the Met Gala this year when she appeared in the iconic Marilyn Monroe dress, in which the film actress performed her famous “Happy Birthday, Mr. President” for John F. Kennedy in 1962. But in order to fit into the famous dress, Kim had to lose weight. And in a very short time. And it took effort and willpower. The Daily Mail writes about this.
Kim Kardashian lost 7.2 kg in three weeks when she swore to herself that she would fit in Monroe's dress.
The plot about her preparation for the famous evening will be released in the new episode of The Kardashians on Hulu.
< p>The episode was titled “Is there anything more American than Marilyn Monroe?” and was dedicated to Kim and her weight loss by 7 kg.
When trying on, it became clear that Kim did not fit in Marilyn's dress, which was cut and sewn exactly according to the figure of the film star. It fit her so tightly that Monroe could move in it with only small steps.
But, as can be seen in the famous video, when she threw off her fur coat, it seemed that she was completely naked and only covered with crystals.
Kim could not achieve this effect, because her parameters were very different from Monroe's parameters . But she got into the dress thanks to grueling workouts.
“I have about three weeks to fit into this dress. I will do everything in my power to make it happen,” says Kim in the video .
She went on a strict sugar-free diet, worked out with a trainer for several hours a day, and wore her sauna-effect suit.
Although Kim briefly wore the original Marilyn Monroe dress on the Met Gala red carpet, dressing in its exact replica for the rest of the evening, her appearance caused a sensation.
However, later it turned out that the cult dress was still damaged: several crystals flew off and the lightning, sewn into the airy fabric, dispersed. However, Kim's representatives assured that when they returned the dress to the museum, it was in order.