The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star recently touted her twerking skills in an interview, but this is the first time she’s put them on display.
UPDATE 12:10 p.m. on 4/28/2020:
Kylie took her new love of TikTok to the next level by lipsyncing to popular “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” soundbites — and it was hilarious.
In a compilation video of multiple clips posted to her Instagram Tuesday, the reality star and her BFF Stassie mimicked Kris, Khloe, Kourtney, Kim and Kendall while recreating some iconic moments from the E! series — including an unforgettable episode when Kim lost her earring in the ocean during the family’s trip to Bora Bora where Kourtney said the phrase that would become a popular GIF: “Kim, there’s people that are dying.”
As Kylie and Stassie even filmed in different outfits to set the scene, Kylie threw on a bikini and went in her pool to play the part of Kim losing her diamond jewelry.
“this is glendale,” Kylie captioned the post, referencing one of the moments they recreated for the video
Watch it for yourself in the video, below:
She recently revealed that she was actually pretty good at it, and now Kylie Jenner is putting her money where her mouth is. Well, not exactly her money … or her mouth. But she definitely knows how to twerk it!
The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star features on BFF Stassie Karanikolaou most recent TikToks, one which sees the reality stars join forces to take on the “Savage” Tiger King challenge. And by taken on, we mean that Kylie kind of does her own thing, which quickly involved sliding up in front of the camera to get her twerk on.
The “Tiger King” inspired twist on Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage” provided the backdrop as Kylie let her back drop, so to speak.
“Can’t convince me that it didn’t happen,” Stassie captioned the video, which quickly racked up more than 5 million views on Monday night. It’s one thing for Kylie to tout that she has this particular skill, but the famously curvy star has never really proven it until now.
can’t convince me that it didn’t happen .. @kyliejenner ##fyp
“Honestly, people don’t know this about me, though, but it moves!” Kylie said of her famous derriere when asked who would win a twerking contest in a recent YouTube sit-down interview with friends Stassi, Victoria Villarroel and Yris Palmer posted to YouTube last month.
Kylie joined Stassie for another TikTok challenge where she proved she really, really does not know these dance moves. She must be too busy running her billion-dollar cosmetics empire to keep up with social media trends like DaBaby’s “Vibez” dance.
Seriously, Kylie was all of a mess trying in vain to figure out what Stassie was doing in this second video before she finally gave up and resorted again to dropping it low. Hey, it never hurts to have a signature move.
she really just walked in here without knowing the dance lol @kyliejenner ##fyp
While it isn’t exactly clear when the two best friends were hanging out to create all this content — with some suggesting they were flouting Los Angeles’ stay-at-home orders for a play date — “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” fans didn’t seem to mind as they got a huge laugh out of the pair recreating one of the series’ most hilarious moments.
It all went down in 2017 when Kendall Jenner was trying to be funny or cute or something with momager Kris, and the latter was just not getting it. After Kris told Kendall “those are cute jeans,” Kendall countered with, “You’re cute jeans.”
It’s a pretty standard smartass response, a formula used to great success for many years, and yet Kris seemed totally oblivious to it. And in this parody clip, it was Stassie who was clueless Kris while Kylie stepped into her big sister’s shoes … or jeans.
Clearly, the two are fans of the show if they were able to pull of that exchange so flawlessly. And who knew classic “KUWTK” moments were so ripe for parody. We’re still not over the Jonas Brothers’ spot-on parody of the purse fight moment back in January.
You can check out this latest Kardashian parody — staring a real-life “Kardashian” — in the following clip: