Kardashian fans think Khloe looks like 'REAL LIFE Barbie' as she shows off 'TINY waist' in 'concerning' new TikTok | The Sun

KARDASHIAN fans have expressed they think Khloe looks like a "real-life Barbie" as she shows off her tiny waist in a concerning new TikTok

Khloe's slender frame has continued to garner attention from Kardashian fans as many worry that the 38-year-old is being unhealthy.

The TikTok video, posted to Khloe's personal account, shows the Good American founder swap outfits as Latto's It's Givin plays along with the video.

In it, the blonde-haired bombshell wears a Dalmatian print robe as she disappears inside her closet, a hot pink minidress hanging over her shoulder.

She reappears a moment later wearing the glossy pink, cellophane-esque ensemble.

The skintight latex dress shows off the Hulu star's thin frame and tiny waist as it contrasts vibrantly against her tanned skin.


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Fans rushed to the comments to give their take on Khloe's Mattel-inspired look.

One fan wrote: "REAL LIFE BARBIE"

Another added: [The] Barbie era starts now."

A third TikToker commented, "You look soooo good" while another wrote, "U NEVER FAIL TO SLAY".

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"Okay, Barbie??!!!! Happy birthday, woman!", commented another Khloe admirer.


The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star rocked a similar all-pink look while being Interviewed on the internet talk show Hot Ones.

Khloe Kardashian joined Hot Ones host Sean Evans to take on the wings of death as she answered questions about her organized pantry, her fear of interviews, and the emphasis her clothing brand Good American places on size inclusion.

Hot Ones is known as "the show with hot questions and even hotter wings", and the Hulu star certainly heated things up in her all-pink ensemble.

Khloe took on the fiery wings while wearing the neon orchid colorway of the Fits Everybody Bodysuit from sister Kim Kardashian's, 41, shapewear company SKIMS.

The Good American founder paired it with her own brand's Good Icon Pink Metallic pants.


Khloe's tiny waist also got the attention of fans when longtime Kardashian family friend Simon Huck posted a throwback dance video on Instagram to celebrate Khloe's 38th birthday.

In the video, Khloe dances to Prince's 1999 while sporting a cheetah print minidress and light tan heels.

The ensemble matches perfectly with her golden blonde locks as she tosses them to and fro to the beat of the music.

The dance video was reposted on a popular Kardashian-dedicated fan page, where most fans' attention was drawn to Khloe's thin frame.

One fan wrote: "She looks great but so tiny!"

A second commented: "F**king he** she lost a lot of weight."

Another commenter wrote: "Khloe you go girl, shake what your momma gave you."


Khloe's tiny frame has been a subject of constant scrutiny by fans as of late.

In a recent photo, the reality star posed in a sparkly pink bikini with a matching collared coverup.

The TV personality's entire body was exposed, revealing her extremely flat stomach and rows of ribs.

Despite Khloe's bathing suit bottoms being tiny in size, they were hardly hanging onto her skinny frame.

Fans took to online to express their concern for the mother of one, amid her heartbreak from ex Tristan Thompson's various cheating scandals.

"Okay I get skinny is in but the rib cage thing is worrisome? This can’t seem healthy?" one wrote, opening up the conversation.

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"Very unhealthy. I hate the unrealistic and unobtainable standards she is promoting…" a second said.

"… I’m all about body positivity and working out to feel your best and your self but there comes a point where it’s worrying and I think that time has come…" another remarked.

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