Kendall Jenner Threw a Big Halloween Bash for Her 25th Birthday While COVID-19 Cases Surge in the US

Hilary Weaver
·3-min read
Photo credit: Kendall Jenner - Instagram
Photo credit: Kendall Jenner - Instagram

Kendall Jenner turns 25 years old on November 3, so, on Halloween, she threw a giant party in the middle of a pandemic that is currently experiencing a record surge in COVID-19 cases. The party, which was attended by Hailey Bieber, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian West, Scott Disick, Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott, Jaden Smith, Paris Hilton, Justine Skye, Quavo, Winnie Harlow, Justin Bieber, and more, was at Harriet's Rooftop at Hotel 1 in West Hollywood.

Entertainment Tonight reports that guests at the star-studded party took rapid tests on site and were not permitted to enter the event until they received their negative result. No one at the party, however, appeared to wear a mask.

Related video: Kendall Jenner’s style evolution

Kendall went as Pamela Anderson in Barb Wire and captioned her post: "don't call me babe" happy halloween! GO VOTE!!!

Here she is getting ready for the big night:

Photo credit: Kendall Jenner - Instagram
Photo credit: Kendall Jenner - Instagram

Her sister Kylie showed up wearing a king cobra costume:

View this post on Instagram

🐍🐍🤍 MUGLER COBRA

A post shared by Kylie 🤍 (@kyliejenner) on Nov 1, 2020 at 12:58pm PST

The Weeknd showed up in a Nutty Professor outfit:

Saweetie went as Mystique and made a very good pun in her post:

Despite the fact that all of these costumes were documented on social media, Kendall's party apparently had a "no social media" rule. Some people found this to be a little suspicious (was she trying to hide something, like, you know, photographic proof of her pandemic-era party?):

Here's a video of her blowing out a giant cake featuring her childhood photo while a masked waiter tries to dodge the flames from the candles.:

The cake on the upper left appears to be Kendall's cake for her 25th:

People on Twitter were highly critical of Kendall's COVID birthday bash. Let's just say there were a lot of tongue-in-cheek "let them eat cake" jokes.

This party follows the much-criticized party that Kendall's older sister Kim threw for her 40th birthday in Tahiti. California guidelines state that residents can travel under the circumstances of "urgent matters or if such travel is essential to your permitted work." So...not private birthday parties.

Anyway. That's what's going on with the Kardashian-Jenners.

You Might Also Like