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Ellen gets cheeky: Will DeGeneres holiday card break the Internet?

Yes, everyone knows Kim Kardashian recently tried to "break the Internet" with a magazine photo showing her oiled-up posterior.But leave it to Ellen DeGeneres to do one better. On Monday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," the talk show host revealed a hilarious parody holiday card that spoofs Kardashian's pride in her behind.On the outside, the card reads "Happy Holidays," and on the inside

Yes, everyone knows Kim Kardashian recently tried to "break the Internet" with a magazine photo showing her oiled-up posterior.

But leave it to Ellen DeGeneres to do one better. On Monday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," the talk show host revealed a hilarious parody holiday card that spoofs Kardashian's pride in her behind.

On the outside, the card reads "Happy Holidays," and on the inside, it goes on to say, "And a Shiny New Year," showing photos of DeGeneres and her wife, actress Portia de Rossi, both digitally edited onto versions of that buzzed-about Kardashian photo. Perky red holiday bows placed just-so make the card a little less risqué.

Ellen DeGeneres spoofed Kim Kardashian's now-infamous magazine cover with a fake holiday card.Today

"Shiny new rear," DeGeneres joked.

The gag card is part of a promotion with online photo site Shutterfly, which offered "Ellen" viewers a discount on holiday cards and will benefit St. Jude's Children's Hospital and the Humane Society.

It's not the first humorous card DeGeneres has shown off. Last week, she revealed a more sedate card, showing the couple fully dressed and relaxing on an elegant couch, with the words, "Silent Night ... because we don't have any kids."

And Kim Kardashian will likely be amused, as well, since it's not her first time being teased this way. Last year, DeGeneres displayed a holiday card in which she and de Rossi spoofed Kardashian straddling her now-husband Kanye West on a motorcycle in a parody of West's "Bound 2" video.

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