Kendall Jenner supplies burgers for Victoria’s Secret angels
Kendall Jenner supplied burgers for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show after-party.
The 21-year-old model and some of her closest catwalk walked the runway at the 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in Paris, France, on Wednesday (11.30.16), and decided to have a splurge to celebrate another successful show for the lingerie brand by having their own unofficial bash at Ferdi where they enjoyed fast food and some alcohol.
Bella Hadid – who took part in her very first Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show this year – shared videos on her Snapchat account of her sister Gigi and her pal Kendall enjoying the food which consisted of burgers and macaroni cheese.
Gig, 20, said in one video: "Kenny is the MVP. She set up all of this so we could eat burgers tonight after the show."
In another video, Kendall can be seen polishing off a burger.
Bella said: "Kendall, we have been here for like three minutes. Are you OK? Are you OK?"
Meanwhile, Kendall took to Instagram after the show to share a snap of herself wearing a leopard print coat as she waited for her food to arrive.
The picture was simply captioned: "Burger please."
The group of party goers – that included Bella’s ex-boyfriend The Weeknd and musician Lenny Kravitz – reportedly enjoyed their drinks, food, and dancing until 2am local time before they finally decided to call it a night.
According to ‘Entertainment Tonight’, models Adriana Lima – who was formerly engaged to fellow attendee Lenny – and Alessandra Ambrosio were among the last of the guests to leave the celebrations, as they danced up a storm with just about anyone who was willing to dance with them.
The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show will be broadcast on CBS on Monday (12.05.16).
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