Last October, Kim Kardashian had everyone drooling over her assets when she appeared nude on the cover of W magazine, leaving basically nothing to the imagination. On Sunday night's new episode of "Kourtney & Kim Take New York," months after the cover hit stands, fans saw the reality starlet open up about the shoot — and she was not at all happy about it.

"I was naked, but fully covered in silver paint," she said in the episode about the Mark Seliger photos, according to the Hollywood Reporter. "This artist will put images of architecture and buildings and stuff on top of me so you will see my body shape and the outline, but not actually my boobs or anything."

Talking to her sister, Kim, in tears, added, "I'm more naked here than I was in my Playboy (in 2007). I'm so f---ing mad right now. ... She promised I would be covered with artwork . ... This is serious porn ... you can see nipple." She added that she was told "nothing would be seen. I feel so taken advantage of. I've definitely learned my lesson."

After seeing the photos, Kardashian made a pledge: "I'm never taking my clothes off again, even if it's for Vogue."

For those who missed the episode, the reality starlet initially cries over the W mag cover before mom-ager Kris Jenner helps her conclude that she's helping women and that the cover is artful. Despite her claims that she wouldn't go nude again, even for Anna Wintour, she later jokes that she might — if Vogue calls.

While she seemed very upset about the photos, when Kardashian chatted with Ryan Seacrest later on, it seemed that the shock had worn off. "At the end of the day, they are gorgeous photos, and I'm glad I did it, and I love them. But at the time, I was shocked about how they weren't how I thought they would be," she noted.

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