Kendall Jenner dropped a Halloween-themed thirst trap on her Instagram yesterday just because it’s spooky season. The model shared a photo of her Halloween costume from last year from behind, featuring her in a leather corset bodysuit and fishnet tights. “Gotta figure out halloween,” she captioned it. Jenner was Pamela Anderson in Barb Wire for Halloween 2020. Over 5 million people liked her new grid post:
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Here’s her costume from the front, for reference on how the rest looks:
Jenner had a Halloween party last year for her birthday where she wore the costume. That fête drew criticism due to its breaking of California’s COVID-19 restrictions. At the time, no COVID-19 vaccines were widely available, and Los Angeles was under a Safer at Home order, where residents were advised to “stay home (stay unexposed); only go out for essential services—and when you do, stay six feet or more away from others; and don’t gather in groups.”
Jenner threw her birthday party at Harriet’s Rooftop during a time when venues like nightclubs, theaters, and bars weren’t supposed to be open: “Entertainment venues like these are not permitted to be open during this Order,” the city wrote on its COVID-19 site. Guests appeared to be largely unmasked at the party.
Jenner’s mom Kris spoke to Andy Cohen on his SiriusXM show shortly after the bash to explain why Jenner’s party was COVID safe. “At Kendall’s [party], everyone got tested before they walked in the door and they had to wait, you know, a half an hour until the testing was, the results were in,” she said.
“And everybody was tested before a few days before the, you know, Halloween,” she added. “So we are really responsible and we make sure that everyone in our family and our closest friends are tested religiously. So, you know, we do what we can, we, we try to follow the rules. And then if people are, you know, they’re commenting and they’re being critical, I can’t control that.”
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