The Kardashian-Jenner Girls Surprise Kris With A Video For Her 60th Birthday
In 1985, Kardashian clan matriarch and momager Kris Jenner turned 30 and, to celebrate the special day, made a home video for her friends, covering the classic Randy Newman song "I Love L.A." with her own special, um, lyrical twist. The retro VHS-tape quality video saw Jenner as she drove around Los Angeles, paying tribute to all her favorite West Coast hot-spots, hangs, and hobbies. (Cheescake Factory! Bible study! Lots of tennis!)
Last week, Kris turned 60, and in celebration her family threw her a massive $2 million Great Gatsby-themed bash in West Hollywood. In addition to the soiree, the Kardashian-Jenner girls also teamed up to film a very special surprise for their momager: a recreation of their mom's original 1985 home-movie—this time in HD!
With Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall, and Kylie all taking turns on the mic, the girls sing (well, maybe not so much sing as they do talk in a sort of melody) about "keeping up on Sundays," "baby showers," and "lots of vodka" among other things.
The shots of Kris' daughters singing and playfully mugging for the camera are interspersed with clips of her friends telling her that they love her, including a number of celebrity pals who make cameos. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards, Justin Bieber, and Katy Perry are just a few of her famous friends who make an appearance in the video, which ends on a particularly high note: a clip of Caitlyn Jenner in a bubble bath with a bottle of champagne, exclaiming, "I love my friend!"
Say what you will about the Kardashians, but you can't deny that they're one hell of a devoted family.
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