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Kim Kardashian’s 2011 Sexy Halloween Costume, No Kris Humphries



Kim Kardashain celebrated Halloween on Saturday at a party at the New York club Lavo sponsored by Midori. She dressed up as Poison Ivy, a bad girl enemy of Batman but she was kissing her own sidekick. Husband Kris Humphries was not around to see Kim Kardashian’s sexy Halloween costume.

Kim Kardashian’s sexy Haloween costume had her dressed as Poison Ivy, the baddy played by Uma Thurman in the 1997 movie Batman and Robin.

Husband of nine weeks, pro basketball player Kris Humphries may not have been around for the party but reality TV star Kim Kardashian (31) explained his absence as being because she is fling to Australia tomorrow.

She dismissed rumors of a Kris Humphries split, saying she had briefed her husband before they married, waning him that living their lives in the spotlight there were always going to be rumors about their relationship. That kind of thing no longer bothers her, Kim said.

Aside from a possible Kim Kardashian Kris Humphries split, Kris has other worries. Humphries (26) believes he was cheated out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by Boston hedge fund manager Andrey C. Hicks, a guest at the couple’s wedding in August. Hicks was arrested last week.

His rep said Kris is working with law enforcement authorities and will not be commenting on it any further.

But how well do you think Kim Kardashian’s sexy Halloween costume did in interpreting the green theme for the Midori Lavo Halloween party?

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