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Kanye West avoided dress disaster before wedding

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Kanye West avoided a bridesmaid disaster before his wedding to Kim Kardashian.

The rapper became a hero before he had even tied the knot with the brunette beauty at their May nuptials when he stepped in at the last minute to arrange for another designer to create new bridesmaid dresses for their nuptials.

The star's act of heroism was shown on the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' series finale, which aired last night (01.09.14) in the US, when Kim admitted: "I can tell that the girls are not loving their dresses and it is really hard to find a dress that will fit all of my sisters' body types."

The problem emerged when the loved-up couple discovered Kim's sister Kourtney was pregnant with her third child but did not want anyone to notice her growing tummy in the skin-tight gown, as she had not yet announced the news.

Kim explained: "Every single person has a different shape, height, whatever and when I first ordered them I had no idea Kourtney was pregnant. I want everyone to be comfortable and to love what they have. It is really hard."

But Kim's 37-year-old beau came to the rescue by arranging for the new dresses to be created to hide Kourtney's baby bump.

Although the new set of gowns fit, the situation took its toll on Kourtney who missed the final fitting of Kim's wedding dress.

She later admitted to "feeling really ugly" and "not good about herself".

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