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Dec 22, 2013 09:14 PM EST | Jonathan Lambert
2013 has seen a wave of wacky, celebrity Christmas cards. One of the most recent comes courtesy of Howard Stern and his beautiful wife, Beth Ostrosky. It was the Kardashian family, however, that took home the award for wackiest holiday card (EVER). Check out the pics for yourself below.
This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen Howard dress in drag, but it may be the most disturbing...and humorous. The King of All Media is known for comedically crossdressing from time to time for shock value (ie: late night talk shows, book jackets, etc).
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The shock jock is seen dressed as Mrs. Klaus sitting on the lap of Beth O, who is dressed as Santa. Luckily, recipients get to see a little more of the model on an alternate picture, where she is shown without the beard and Santa clothes.
Of course, the weirdest card award goes to the Kardashians, handedly. The disturbing card, created by renowned photographer David LaChapelle, sees the reality TV family eerily posing on a sea of tabloids--most of which feature Lamar Odom.
Odom, himself, is noticeably absent. And that totally makes sense, considering the NBA player has been accused of being a drug addict and cheating on wife, Khloe.
He’s not the only one missing from the freak show either. Rob Kardashian isn’t featured on the card, however, many have speculated that this is due to his recent weight gain.
On an earlier episode of his reality show, Rob spoke about his struggle with weight gain, telling the E! cameras:
“I've just not been feeling myself, gaining a bunch of weight. It's frustrating, I'm not happy going out when I'm not in good shape. If I don't get myself together in six months then I won't want to hang around everybody.”
What do you think about Beth and Howard’s Christmas card? Do you understand the Kardashian’s odd photo shoot?
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