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Kim's Body Crisis—Peek Inside This Week's OK! Magazine


Feb. 21 2014, Published 4:45 p.m. ET

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In this week’s issue of OK! Magazine, we dive deep into Kim Kardashian's body crisis—is she destroying the looks that made her famous? Pick up a copy to find out!

OK! News: Christina Aguilera is Pregnant! And OK! Broke The Happy News

Here’s what else you can expect this week:

  • With her husband Dean McDermott in rehab, Tori Spelling is learning how to be a single mother to her four children—and finding out that she's very good at it!
  • Tired of being the punching bag for the other stars on Real Housewives of Atlanta, Kenya Moore tells OK! in an exclusive interview that this season may be her last!
  • Following the heartbreaking sudden death of her half-sister, Julia Roberts is struggling to forgive herself for not reaching out sooner.
  • Jennifer Aniston plans for a romantic 45th birthday were dashed after an angry Justin Theroux decided to remain in New York.
  • Eva Mendes is looking for a ring from boyfriend Ryan Gosling, but insiders say he's still too hung up on his ex-girlfriend Rachel McAdams to commit.
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