Kendall Jenner celebrated her birthday earlier this year through a Halloween-inspired party. The model is turning 25 on Tuesday, November 3. Her pre-birthday bash took place last Saturday, October 21, at Harriet’s Rooftop at 1 Hotel in West Hollywood. The star-studded occasion was attended by many of her closest and dearest including Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, and The Weeknd.
Also in attendance were here sisters Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian West. Kanye West, Scott Disick, Hailey Bieber, Travis Scott, Paris Hilton, Winnie Harlow, Saweetie, Jaden Smith, Quavo, and more were also present.
In line with health and safety protocols, every person who entered the venue underwent rapid COVID-19 test and had negative result before they were allowed to go upstairs to join the party.
It was definitely one of the best Halloween parties ever with guests going all out with regard to their costumes. The birthday girl dressed up as Pamela Anderson on her famous Barb Wire attire. On the other hand, The Weeknd came as Eddie Murphy’s character in The Nutty Professor which took him six hours to finish his whole look.
Kendall’s birthday bash came after her sister, Kim Kardashian West, hosted her own 40th birthday party where she and her family and closest friends celebrated in a private island last month.
Kim received backlash from her party which only had approximately 20 to 25 guests. Many fans believed that her posts were insensitive to those who are suffering from the pandemic. To this, her sister Khloe Kardashian answered back last week during her appearance at The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
She said, “I don’t really know the extent of it. But this year is a frustrating year. I get it. I think there’s so many frustrations going on for everybody. But also it’s her 40th. This is something that she wanted to do for us. It was such a nice thing.”
“Being there with all the precautions that we took and being there and how grateful everyone was for the tourism aspect of it,” she added. “So many people said that we were their first party of guests that they’ve had in months and what it’s done for them to be able to pay their bills or to be able to do stuff for their family, just hearing those messages when we were there, we felt really good and we felt so safe. We did it in the safest way I could imagine someone doing it.”