Khloé Kardashian's Ad for Her Jeans Brand Was Deemed Too Sexy for TV

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It's official: Khloé Kardashian is too sexy for TV. At least, that's what TV networks thought about the reality star in in a new ad for her clothing company, Good American.

Khloé and her sister, Kourtney, both appeared a very sexy new videos for Good American's new 'Find the One' campaign. The clips (which have been shared on the company's Instagram) feature footage of the sisters rolling around topless, wearing nothing but their preferred pairs of Good American jeans. According to a report from TMZ, an ad starring Khloé that was cut together for television was supposed to air this week, but was rejected by networks as being too sexy.

Khloé also shared a still from the topless portion of Kourtney's sexy Good American shoot on her own Instagram account, along with the caption, 'I think @kourtneykardash found The One 😍 and they look damn good together!!'

In addition to Khloé and Kourtney, French plus-size model Leslie Sidora also filmed an ad for the 'Find the One' campaign, which Good American has shared on Instagram:

Although the rejected ad was the one featuring Khloé's footage, TMZ reports that a second spot starring Kourt was also planned. Good American has also shared a cut of Kourtney's footage (which is as hot as a thousand fire emojis), but there's no word about whether or not TV networks have weighed in on its level of sexiness:

Good American called out the news on Instagram, sharing a screenshot of the TMZ headline with the caption, 'TOO SEXY FOR TV 🥵.'

This apparently isn't the end of the 'Find the One' campaign's TV journey, though. TMZ reported that sources told them that 'a less-sexy version with less side-boob and skin will be edited to eventually make it to TV.' So...there's that?

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