Kim Kardashian and Kanye West may be back together, but that doesn't mean they're back on top.
In years past, Kimye was a constant presence at big awards season events, but this time around, the couple wasn't spotted working a single red carpet or after-party.
And according to a new report from Radar Online, it's not for lack of trying:
“Kim was hoping to go to the Vanity Fair party, or really any party,” a source close to the Kardashians tells the site. “But she didn’t receive an invitation.”
Instead of hobnobbing with the rich and famous, Kim and Kanye reportedly spent the evening on the couch, likely rocking matching pairs of $3,000 Yeezy sweatpants:
“They watched the show at home,” the insider says.
“Kim is often reminded that she is not a real star when she goes to any of these things, but she and Kanye really wanted to have a fun night out.”
Yes, the Kim Kardashian sex tape may have been a hit online, but surprisingly, it hasn't earned Kim much praise from critics.
This isn't the first year that the Wests have sat out the awards season party circuit, but the source says they were hoping to send a message by attending some of 2017's biggest events.
Kanye was hospitalized following an emotional breakdown back in November, and there have been murmurs about the state of his mental health ever since.
On top of that, Kim and Kanye divorce rumors have been flooding social media non-stop.
Popping up at a few red carpet soirees would have been an easy way for the couple to reassure fans and garner a few good headlines for a change.
Interestingly, Kim's not the only member of her family to feel put-off by Hollywood's biggest night.
Production sources say Kris Jenner threw a tantrum while covering the red carpet for E! News.
The infamous momager was reportedly pissed that she wasn't informed about the blue ribbons celebs were wearing to show their support for the ACLU.
Jenner felt that she was made to look like a fool for asking about the significance of the ribbon on air.
Sounds like the Trumps might not be the only family who chooses not to tune in to next year's ceremony.