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Kim Kardashian, Sexy Catwoman, Gets Birthday Cake (Photos)

Kim Kardashian celebrated a belated 32nd birthday with a super hero themed combination Halloween/birthday party at LIV Nightclub.

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The reality starlet made one sexy kitty, dressing as Catwoman, while her guy Kanye West went as Batman.

When having a birthday celebration, there has to be cake and you know a Carvel Fudgie The Whale just won't cut it for a Kardashian.


That's where Divine Delicacies Custom Cakes comes in. This Miami-based baker to the stars has made outrageous treats for the Miami Heat, Pitbull, the Miami Marlins, Lil Wayne, and LeBron James,

to name a few, so when the Kardashian team called with only 48 hours

advance notice to bake a cake to feed nearly 300 people, the bakery went to work.

Laura Candeau, director of sales

for the cake makers, told Short Order that Kardashian's team requested a

cake with a "Kim Wonder Woman" theme in the starlet's favorite flavor

-- vanilla rum.

The four-tiered cake, which stood about

four-feet tall, was covered in rolled fondant. The cake was completely edible

except for the Swarovski crystal custom monogrammed "K" and crystal

details. We like the golden lasso detail -- all the better to keep Kanye West close.

Kim looked like she was happy with the cake, as evidenced by her cheshire cat smile while blowing out the candles.

Who needs candles when you can have fireworks?

We can only imagine what Kim is wishing for.

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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times. She has been featured on Cooking Channel's Eat Street and Food Network's Great Food Truck Race. She won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature about what it's like to wait tables.
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