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Khloe Kardashian attends Abyss By Abby - Arabian Nights Collection Launch Party at Casita Hollywood on January 21, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.

Khloe Kardashian’s latest jean ad for her denim company, Good American, may be too hot for television, but it’s just fine for social media!

The company officially launched a “Find the One” campaign yesterday, by sharing a super-sultry ad on Instagram, which was originally intended for broadcast. The original 30-second commercial features Khloe in bed modeling her new formfitting jeans — and nothing else — was allegedly rejected by television networks because the video was “too racy.”

Since the ad was deemed too racy by networks, a rep for Good American confirmed to E! News that the commercial will be toned down for TV saying, “The commercial was rejected for TV in its original form, and it’s now being edited with less skin to make it more suitable for airing.”

Luckily for fans of the brand, Khloe, 37, posted 15 seconds of the commercial in its racy glory to Instagram that same day. “It’s just different this time,” the Keeping Up with the Kardashians alum said in the clip as she poses in a pair of her new denim. “I feel good, I feel sexy. Like, I don’t have to keep looking. I think I found the one.”

Sister Kim Kardashian is one of her biggest supporters commenting, “You are THE ONE.”

Good American posted a screenshot of gossip website TMZ’s coverage of the ad being pulled from TV writing, “TOO SEXY FOR TV 🥵 Let us help you Find The One | Link in bio.”

Khloe’s latest denim launch promises to bring sexiness and confidence in a press release, “As a brand built on empowering women to celebrate their bodies with confidence by offering high-quality denim and apparel in all sizes. Good American’s ‘Find the One’ campaign uplifts and celebrates that feeling of sexiness and confidence that all women experience when finding the perfect pair of jeans.”