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When Kim Kardashian turned a man off women

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A participant of a new TV show says that once after meeting reality TV star Kim Kardashian, he was turned off women for life.

The man named Jimmy Ladgrove, an Australian, had met Kim five years ago for a special date. He was a student back when he entered a creative competition on Facebook, where the winner would be given a date with the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star, reported dailystar.co.uk.

Their date wasn't about a candlelit dinner, but at a clothing shop in Melbourne. He said that while he was previously confused about his sexuality, but after seeing Kim in the flesh, it made him realise he didn't find women sexuallity attractive.

"She arrived dressed in all black, and was really gorgeous. I was shocked at how short she is, but I'd say she looks better in real life. I got to watch her shop and pick out some stuff in the store too," Ladgrove told The Mirror.

"I would say she looked too good too be true and although I could appreciate her beauty, I knew that if I didn't fancy her, then I must be gay. I just didn't look at her as a sexual object," he added.

Now he hopes for better luck in love as he is entering a new show titled "Undressed", where singletons strip right down to their underwear and spend half-an-hour in bed, to see if it's possible to fall in love with a stranger.

--IANS

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When Kim Kardashian turned a man off women

A participant of a new TV show says that once after meeting reality TV star Kim Kardashian, he was turned off women for life.

A participant of a new TV show says that once after meeting reality TV star Kim Kardashian, he was turned off women for life.

The man named Jimmy Ladgrove, an Australian, had met Kim five years ago for a special date. He was a student back when he entered a creative competition on Facebook, where the winner would be given a date with the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star, reported dailystar.co.uk.

Their date wasn't about a candlelit dinner, but at a clothing shop in Melbourne. He said that while he was previously confused about his sexuality, but after seeing Kim in the flesh, it made him realise he didn't find women sexuallity attractive.

"She arrived dressed in all black, and was really gorgeous. I was shocked at how short she is, but I'd say she looks better in real life. I got to watch her shop and pick out some stuff in the store too," Ladgrove told The Mirror.

"I would say she looked too good too be true and although I could appreciate her beauty, I knew that if I didn't fancy her, then I must be gay. I just didn't look at her as a sexual object," he added.

Now he hopes for better luck in love as he is entering a new show titled "Undressed", where singletons strip right down to their underwear and spend half-an-hour in bed, to see if it's possible to fall in love with a stranger.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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When Kim Kardashian turned a man off women

A participant of a new TV show says that once after meeting reality TV star Kim Kardashian, he was turned off women for life.

The man named Jimmy Ladgrove, an Australian, had met Kim five years ago for a special date. He was a student back when he entered a creative competition on Facebook, where the winner would be given a date with the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star, reported dailystar.co.uk.

Their date wasn't about a candlelit dinner, but at a clothing shop in Melbourne. He said that while he was previously confused about his sexuality, but after seeing Kim in the flesh, it made him realise he didn't find women sexuallity attractive.

"She arrived dressed in all black, and was really gorgeous. I was shocked at how short she is, but I'd say she looks better in real life. I got to watch her shop and pick out some stuff in the store too," Ladgrove told The Mirror.

"I would say she looked too good too be true and although I could appreciate her beauty, I knew that if I didn't fancy her, then I must be gay. I just didn't look at her as a sexual object," he added.

Now he hopes for better luck in love as he is entering a new show titled "Undressed", where singletons strip right down to their underwear and spend half-an-hour in bed, to see if it's possible to fall in love with a stranger.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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