Kendall Jenner is a sibling in the giant Kardashian family. At the age of 13, she signed a modeling contract with a top, worldwide...
Kendall Jenner, Devin Booker Embark on Woodsy Bang-a-Thon
As we've said several times in recent months, the summer of 2020 was a full-blow sh-tshow, but you can't fault Kylie and Kendall Jenner, both of whom did their best to pull America back from the brink by reminding us that there are some things we can always rely on.
We're talking about important things like bored celebs posting bikini thirst traps on a daily basis.
Kendall Jenner on Instagram: I'm Hotter Than Kylie!
Depending on where you live and what you had planned, the coronavirus might have brought you a whole lot of cancelations and disappointment so far this summer.
But fear not, the celebs are still doing celeb things -- taking lavish vacations on private jets, flaunting their perfect bodies in revealing selfies -- and we can always live vicariously through them.
Kendall Jenner: Slammed For Silence Amid George Floyd Protests
All across America this weekend, tensions ran high as millions gathered to protest the police murder of George Floyd, a black man from Minneapolis who was unarmed and handcuffed at the time of his death.
In the celebrity world, many stars spoke out and donated to legal defense funds for protestors, while others remained conspicuously silent.
Kendall Jenner Breaks Instagram With Lingerie Selfie!
Like the rest of the world, Kendall Jenner has been stuck at home for two months, and it looks like she'll remain that way for the foreseeable future.
And like so many other celebs, Insta-models, and influencers, Kendall is doing the world a solid and entertaining herself by cranking out iconic content.
Kendall Jenner: Banging Devin Booker Now!
Well, it looks like the romantic situation within the Kardashian clan just got even more vageuly incestuous.
And the Kar-Jenners and their inner circle continue to draw from the same talent pool - namely, the NBA.
Justin Bieber & Kendall Jenner: It's Great to Be Rich!
If anything good has come out of the coronavirus pandemic -- and mind you, that's a a very big if -- it's a renewed appreciation for the essential workers that keep this country operational in times of unprecedented crisis.
Sadly, that appreciation has come as result of circumstances that have forced healthcare staff, grocery store clerks, and many others to quite literally risk their lives in order to help their neighbors.