Last week, Kim Kardashian tried to #BreakTheInternet with her naked photo shoot for Paper. This week, she tried to #BreakTheRadio by reading an explicit excerpt from author E.L. James' Fifty Shades of Grey. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star visited 92.9 radio station in Perth, Australia, and she gamely agreed to recite a passage from the erotic novel on Thursday's Heidi, Will & Woody for Breakfast show.
Kardashian replaced the naughty words with "Fleur Fatale," the name of her seventh fragrance.
"His tongue is in my mouth, claiming and possessing me, his fingers still moving rhythmically inside my Fleur Fatale," Kanye West's wife read. "You guys, the radio is broken!" one of the hosts gleefully yelled.
"You guys, there's so much more," Kardashian said teasingly.
The E! reality star isn't the only person to read an excerpt from the best-selling book, which has been adapted into a movie; Gilbert Gottfried and Nick Jonas have also narrated the naughty novel on camera.
Universal Pictures will release Fifty Shades of Grey on Feb. 13, 2015. It stars Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey and Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele. Dornan replaced actor Charlie Hunnam in October 2013. The leads opened up about the shocking sex scenes on NBC's Today in July. "It's not like a romantic situation. It's more, like, technical and choreographed," Johnson explained. "It's like more of a task."
Dornan agreed with his co-star's comments, telling Today's Savannah Guthrie, "We got ourselves into situations that don't feel too natural and are not that easy. You need to have the trust there." Those hoping to seen Dornan's penis will be disappointed to learn that it won't be shown on the big screen, à la Ben Affleck in Gone Girl. "You want to appeal to as wide an audience as possible without grossing them out," he told The Guardian. "You don't want to make something gratuitous, ugly and graphic."
Dornan added that there "were contracts in place that viewers wouldn't be seeing, my, um...todger."
So, did his feelings about getting intimate on camera change over time?
No. The actor said sex scenes are more technical than titillating. "Anyone who thinks actors get turned on doing sex scenes in films is mistaken," Dornan said. "There are dozens of hairy men standing around, moving cables and lighting equipment. That's not sexy unless you're into being watched, which I'm not."
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