The eldest daughter of Kris
and Bruce Jenner
of Keeping Up with the Kardashians
has made her way to becoming an official teenager. Kendall Jenner
, who was introduced on the show a couple of years ago, celebrated her special day with her family and friends. There was no doubt that it was a momentous event, and was even made more special by the gifts she received.
Socialite and TV personality Kim Kardashian
, who treats Kendall as her little sister, surprised the teen with a present that was on the top of her wishlist. According to Kim's blog, Kendall printed out a full birthday list prior to her 13th year, even including pictures and descriptions why she wanted those gifts. Apparently, Kendall was hoping to get the new Guitar Hero, a music video game that simulates the playing of instruments. Kim made a few calls to get it for Kendall, and succeeded in acquiring the game for the birthday girl.
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“We played Gwen Stefani, Michael Jackson and Bon Jovi! This new Guitar Hero has 2 guitars, one for bass and one for guitar, drums, and the microphone,” Kim wrote. “We were all too shy to sing! Ha! Getting the gift really made Kendall's birthday!”
Kim also added that while they were in Las Vegas, Kendall threw a big birthday bash with a red carpet-themed party. “[E]veryone had to dress up and do their pretend red carpet!” exclaimed Kim. “Inside they all wore Kanye West glasses and danced to America Girl all night!”
A lot of fans continued to greet Kendall Jenner on her birthday. Kim encouraged them all, and even posted pictures of the event.
Other Keeping Up with the Kardashians
stars also made the news on Kim's blog. They celebrated Halloween recently, decorating the house and going all out with the tradition. Kim has also made note of going off to vote for the US elections, even posting a video of her trip.
As for the show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians
returns in March next year.
-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
(Image Courtesy of KimKardashian.com)