Inside Kris Jenner's wild 66th karaoke birthday bash- as daughter Kylie attended Travis Scott's tragic Astroworld show

WHILE tragedy took hold at Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival, where Kendall and Kylie Jenner were, Kris Jenner's close friends and family, including Khloe Kardashian, Travis Barker, Kourtney Kardashian, and more, enjoyed dinner, drinks and Karaoke in celebration of her 66th birthday.

Photos and videos from the Kardashian bash were posted on social media.

Several fan Instagrams, including @KardashianVideo, captured and reshared the posts.

A-list guests gathered for food, drinks and fun. Videos showed Kris singing karaoke, repeatedly stopping to say things like: "I love you guys."

Khloe, who had been in quarantine after contracting COVID-19, and sister Kim, who had been in New York for an awards show and brief visit with Pete Davidson, also tried their hand at singing.

Another clip starring Khloe showed her dancing while Kris sang Build Me Up Buttercup.

Video from the birthday celebration showed Kourtney and Travis, 45, enjoying the party and one another.

The Blink-182 drummer could be seen holding Kourtney as she sat on his lap smiling.


Kris herself did not share any videos or photos from the party.

Throughout the day, however, she did share the many birthday wishes she received from friends, family, and beau Corey Gamble.

She also posted several flower arrangements she was sent in celebration of her special day.

Kris shared special messages from kids Kim, 41, Kourtney, 42, and Khloe, 37 via her Instagram Story.

Khloe's birthday Instagram Story posts for her momager included footage from an infamous Keeping Up With the Kardashians prank in which she pretended to be Kris and went for a dumpster dive.

She also shared a photo dressed up as her mom on what appeared to be a private plane.

Corey, 40, posted a series of photos of himself and Kris together, along with a heartfelt message for his longtime love.

He gushed: "Happpppppy Birthdaay my Beautiful Queen!! Love you Deep bab [sic]. Cheers to the best mother & more decades of Love and good health with u @krisjenner."


Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner were not at Kris' birthday bash.

The pair were in Houston, Texas at Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival, which turned into a nightmare for attendees within hours.

At least eight people were killed and hundreds more injured during the event.

It happened when a large crowd suddenly surged, squeezing audience members and leaving them with nowhere to escape to.

The incident occurred at around 9 pm local time. There were roughly 50,000 people at the outdoor event.

Kendall, 26, shared footage from the event. She posted a video of a stage from quite a distance, and another of friends dancing at the festival.

Kylie shared similar footage, as well as several behind-the-scenes photos. She included a snap of a dressing room set up for daughter Stormi, and clips of herself posted before the festival began.


Travis Scott was on stage performing when it all went down. Video showed him looking on confused as an ambulance, lights flashing, came toward him and a large crowd.

Houston Fire Chief Sam Peña told CNN on Saturday: "The crowd for whatever reason began to push and surge towards the front of the stage, which caused the people in the front to be compressed — they were unable to escape that situation."

Panic ensued and conditions worsened. Security personnel was quickly overwhelmed, according to authorities.

"People began to fall out, become unconscious, and it created additional panic."

More than 300 people had to be treated on site, according to Peña. According to the police chief, 23 people were taken to hospitals to receive further treatment.

Of them, eight died and several more were in critical condition. Among those being treated for serious injuries was a 10 year old who had been at the festival.

Astroworld was supposed to take place over three days. The second day has been canceled following the crushing incident.

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