Khloe Kardashian. (Frederick M. Brown/GETTY IMAGES)

In what seemed like a doomed interview from the start, Khloe Kardashian suffered a wardrobe malfunction a la Janet Jackson at the Super Bowl while promoting her family’s reality show on Tuesday’s “Fox & Friends.”

Wearing a black blouse that was primarily crafted from see through fabric, Kardashian experienced the “nip slip” about four minutes into the interview. The offending body part apparently went unnoticed by her sister, Kourtney, and the three hosts.

For most people, this would be a horribly embarrassing experience. But not for Kardashian. After being alerted to the incident on Twitter, she responded “Thank God! I [expletive] love [the body part in question]!” She has since sent out two more tweets expressing her pleasure over the incident.

A few viewers pointed out the issue to “Fox and Friends” on Twitter, with one sarcastically thanking the show via tweet: “nice kardashian nip slip. Went great with my morning tea.” Fox has yet to respond, but it’s not clear if they even know about the indecent exposure. Video of the entire six-minute interview, including the slip, was available on Fox’s Web site until this afternoon. A message reading, “Sorry, we are unable to play the media you selected,” has taken the place of the video. In a confusing twist, the show’s official Twitter just retweeted a story that mentions Kardashian’s malfunction.

Photos from the interview that would be considered inappropriate by most were being provided by a wire service, but they have since been removed.

While I would never suggest such a thing, others may think that this is a dumb publicity stunt to get people to tune in to the season premiere of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” next week.