At eight months pregnant, Kim Kardashian’s feet have naturally started to swell, uh, a bit, something she hasn’t made any easier on herself by continuing to wear high heels that look like medieval torture devices. I mean, just look at what’s happening to her feet in the shoes she wore yesterday — that ain’t right. And lest you think the pain ends once she kicks her heels off, get a look at a photo she posted to Instagram a few weeks ago, after the jump. Say it with me, y’all — FREE KIM’S FEEEEEET! [Photos: Fame/Flynet] Keep reading »
Yesterday, Kate Middleton removed her shoes to observe a judo match during an appearance at Bacon College in London, marking her bare feet’s public debut (and exposing our heretofore unknown desire to see them). Indeed, it’s quite rare for celebrities to allow their toes to be photographed, probably because even the nicestpieds rarely look good on-camera. After doing some research on the matter, we can deduce that the majority of shoeless celebrity photographs occur thanks to the following situations:
1. The celebrity is on a yacht, where shoe removal is mandatory.
2. The celebrity is at the beach.
3. The celebrity experiences some sort of shoe-related mishap, like a broken heel.
4. The celebrity is giving a musical performance.
Something is afoot in Hollywood! Toe cleavage is everywhere. Celebs are steppin’ out in heels cut so low you can practically see their pedicures — and let me tell you something: I like it. I am a big fan of toe cleavage. Perhaps because it’s cleavage that I have, as opposed to the traditional sort. I am rocking some nearly vulgar toe cleave today (as you’ll see later in “What Are We Wearing Today?”) and this morning, I spent an almost disturbing amount of time perusing the photos of celebrity toe cleave on toe cleavage blogs like The Toe Cleavage Blog. Yes, such a place exists and it is heaven if you are a fan of feet. Anyway, to hold you over until my toe cleave is revealed this afternoon, here are 18 examples of celebrity toe cleavage. (Mine is just as good, if not as rich and famous.)