Kim Kardashian As Cleopatra For Harper’s Bazaar, Chats With Liz Taylor [PHOTOS]

February 9th, 2011 // 2 Comments

Who knew Kim Kardashian could make for such a hot Cleopatra. That’s just what she did for the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar. The reality star really vamps it up, and looks flawless.

Kim also got to chat with Elizabeth Taylor, who is one of Kim’s all time Hollywood style icons.

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KIM KARDASHIAN : You are my idol. But I’m six husbands and some big jewels behind. What should I do?
ELIZABETH TAYLOR: I never planned to acquire a lot of jewels or a lot of husbands. For me, life happened, just as it does for anyone else. I have been supremely lucky in my life in that I have known great love, and of course I am the temporary custodian of some incredible and beautiful things. But I have never felt more alive than when I watched my children delight in something, never more alive than when I have watched a great artist perform, and never richer than when I have scored a big check to fight AIDS. Follow your passion, follow your heart, and the things you need will come.

More from the interview and behind the scenes video from her Harper’s Bazaar photo shoot after the jump.

KK: You have starred in movies with some of the dreamiest men of all time: Rock Hudson, Montgomery Clift, Marlon Brando, James Dean, Paul Newman, Michael Caine, and Warren Beatty. Who else would you have loved to work with?
ET: I love Johnny Depp, and I love Colin Farrell—both brilliant, nuanced actors with great range.

The full interview can be found in the March issue of Harper’s Bazaar.

What do you think of Kim’s Harper’s Bazaar photoshoot. Share your thoughts in the comments.

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  1. Kim Kardashian Cleopatra photos makeup Harper's Bazaar
    Joan Hump
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    Does this mean KK is going to kill herself with a snake like Cleo?

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