Kim Kardashian Dumps Dallas Dudes, But Comes Back for Super Bowl XLV?

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In the past year -- in the wake of Reggie Bush -- Kim Kardashian has dated Dallas athletes Miles Austin, the Cowboys' receiver, and then Kris Humpries, who played briefly for the Mavericks.

Apparently she hasn't, after all, moved on to Kanye West.

While hotties like Jennifer AnistonBrooklyn Decker and Pamela Anderson will be at a party at FIG for Super Bowl Week January 31-February 4, no confirmation yet to KK and her coveted booty making an appearance.

Last year Kardashian showed up at the Aces & Angels Party at Super Bowl XLIV, so being at Fair Park's Centennial Hall on February 2 wouldn't be such a bad idea. Just in case. And, as if ogling Pamela and Brooklyn aren't enough motivation, Adam Sandler is also on the FIG party VIP list.

Don't worry. If Karshashian's not in town, she'll still very, um, visible for Super Bowl XLV...

... as she's going to be featured in a TV commercial for Skechers Shape-up shoes.

"Sweaty and slippery"? I'm in.

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