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GRAPHIC KENDRA WILKINSON STILLS TO BE RELEASED ON VIVID.COM TODAY
Vivid Entertainment Turns Up The Heat With New Photos from Soon To Be Released "Kendra Exposed" Sex Tape
LOS ANGELES -- (May 19, 2010) – Fifteen additional graphic photos from the Kendra Wilkinson sex tape "Kendra Exposed" will be posted through vivid.com today.
The never before seen images are from the notorious new sex tape made by the star of E! Television Network's popular Kendra reality series and the E! hit The Girls Next Door. The video will be distributed by the world's leading adult film company, Vivid Entertainment, to stores across the country and online through vivid.com on June 2.
"We were stunned by the overwhelming response from her fans after we released our first photos of Kendra last week. And they made it very clear that they wanted to see even more revealing shots from her movie, so we made a special selection of additional photos that we are posting today," said Steven Hirsch, founder/co-chairman of Vivid.
"Kendra Exposed" will be distributed under the Vivid-Celeb imprint that is famous for featuring such celebrities as Pamela Anderson, Kim Kardashian and most recently country singer Mindy McCready.
Based on advanced orders, the company expects "Kendra Exposed" to be one of its best-selling celebrity tapes ever.
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