Busted! Khloe Kardashian Has Wardrobe Malfunction On 'FOX & Friends'

Khloe Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian talk with host Steve Doocy during "FOX & Friends" at FOX Studios, New York City, on June 7, 2011 Khloe Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian talk with host Steve Doocy during "FOX & Friends" at FOX Studios, New York City, on June 7, 2011

Khloe Kardashian had an embarrassing moment on Tuesday’s “FOX and Friends” when she accidentally bared a little too much skin while promoting the upcoming season of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”

“Your nipple was showing on Fox and Friends. See through tops FTW,” Twitter user Wendel817 Tweeted the star, informing her about her breast-baring moment.

“Thank God! I [expletive] love nipples!!!!” Khloe Tweeted back.

During the interview, which Khloe did alongside her older sister, Kourtney, the leggy brunette was wearing a see-thru fabric, and while her chest was covered, when she moved slightly, it was no longer sheltered from view.

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The reality star went on to say she was fine with what happened.

“I had a nip slip and I loved it!” she wrote.

Later, the wife of Lakers star Lamar Odom said even her mom found out about the incident.

“My mom just called me saying my nip slip is ‘all over the internet’,” she wrote. “Is it weird that I love it?! Who knew nipples were so special?”

As for what the pair talked about on the show, Khloe and Kourtney confirmed that on the upcoming season of their E! reality show, mom Kris Jenner talks about changing her last name.

“Jenner was cool in ‘76, so now we’re moving on to Kardashian,” Khloe said of her mom’s interest in changing her surname.

“I don’t approve of it,” Khloe continued. “I think you’re married and you’ve been married for 20 years and you’ve been a Jenner for 20 years, hold on to it.”

“Keeping Up With The Kardashians” premieres at June 12 at 10/9 C on E!

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