Kris Jenner's Secret Music Video Is An '80s Sensation [VIDEO]
Jenner's "I Love My Friends" Is Added To The Kardashian Legacy
Kris Jenner may be an omnipotent spin-guru, but there are some things even she can't hide in PR smoke. Thanks to the miracle that is the Internet, a music video of Jenner has surfaced, and it's worse than anything Rebecca Black can concoct.
To mark her 30th birthday celebrations, Jenner -- with the help of O.J. Simpson, Robert Kardashian, and Lawrence Schiller -- created an amazingly horrible music video, "I Love My Friends," to the tune of Randy Newman's "I Love L.A."
The enthralling lyrics come courtesy of Kourtney, Kim and Khloe themselves, with such gems as "We're big on car pool, Judith Leiber, Bible study, Cheesecake Factory." The entire thing is a car-wreck you're unable to tear your eyes from, with the video going on for a vomit-inducing four minutes (one and a half minutes of which is dedicated to a montage with Jenner sporadically chirping "I love my friends").
The video -- which begins with Jenner rocking an '80s t-shirt, and working a treadmill with no pants -- was directed by Schiller, who was more famously known for penning the book American Tragedy, a story about O.J. Simpson's trial and his legal dream team.
In all fairness, bad clothing and singing aside, Jenner looks pretty gorgeous in the uncovered footage. She's like a more natural, less make-up plastered, version of her superstar daughters.
For your viewing pleasure, you can watch the entire thing below. You can also check out Kim Kardashian's short musical debut; although it's nowhere near as good as Jenner's convertible driving in the L.A. sunshine masterpiece.