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Since Kim Kardashian is now officially El Reg's stand-in celebutard - assuming vital no-IT-angle-whatsoever duties whenever Paris Hilton drops off radar - we think it only right and proper to bring you news that the amateur grumble flick star had her not insubstantial derrière shifted off a Miami beach over the weekend after gatecrashing a Victoria's Secret photoshoot.

A doubtless howling pack of snappers had assembled on the sands to capture the th(r)ong of lingerie models assembled for the Fontainebleau Resort's "grand reopening" when Kim, younger sister Kourtney and fellow "star" Kristin Cavallari* "conveniently appeared on the foreshore", as the Daily Mail puts it.

Cue much hot shutter action, until security operatives asked the trio to take a hike, at which point they "retired to a nearby pool".

The ensuing Victoria's Secret fleshfest was notable for the presence of Czech model Karolina Kurkova, who for some reason doesn't have a belly button. This apparently requires magazine art directors to fire up Photoshop and tack one onto her otherwise exemplary midriff, as the Mail's photos prove.

We could, if pushed, glean a moral and quite possibly a highly tenuous IT angle from all this, but to be honest we prefer to contemplate just exactly how Kurkova lost her navel in the first place. ®

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*Come on, try and keep up - this is the Kristin Cavallari, as in Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County.

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