Inside Kendall Jenner’s 21st Birthday Bash


Kendall Jenner’s 21st birthday bash indeed shows that when it comes to celebrating birthdays, the Kardashians know how to get the party going all night. It all went down in Catch Restaraunt in Los Angeles which is an exclusive place where it is difficult to even get one reservation. Kendall arrived in a $9000 plunging silver minidress and later changed into a backless, see-through jumpsuit and green fur.
The party had a 1920s theme which was Kendall’s kind of style. According to sources close to the family, Kendall didn’t want a huge party because “that’s not who she is”.

The party had it all from celebrity, entertainment, fashion and a little bit of Kardashian drama. There was the fact that Khloe Kardashian seemed to have followed in sister Kylie’s footsteps with her lips appearing bigger than usual. Her step brother Rob and his fiancee’ Blac Chyna were also notably missing.

Both Kendall’s parents Kris and Kaitlyn Jenner were by her side as well as her sisters and other close family and friends. Celebrities like Chris Brown, Gabriel Union, Jayden Smith, Hailey Baldwin, Paris Hilton, Big Sean and Jonathan Cheban are some of the notable celebrities who attended the party.

Kendall’s cake was decorated with a cute photo of the model in her younger days and it sang her birthday song. The gifts the young model got were enough to make even Santa Claus jealous. Catch owners Mark Birnbaum, Eugene Reum and Scott Disick presented Kendall with a Marilyn Monroe featured artwork signed by Marlyn herself. She also got an expensive piece of jewellery from big sister Kim who made a brief appearance after rushing off to join Kanye West who was performing nearby. She also got a $250,000 Rolls Royce. The model let loose this time and there was alot of drinking, lapdancing and having a whale of the time. Happy 21st Birthday Kendall Jenner!

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