Kylie Jenner becomes ‘prom date’ of rejected California teen
When Kylie Jenner shows up to your prom… pic.twitter.com/PIynhTQ5Nd
— Carolyn Lidster (@carolynlidster) April 9, 2017
High school students in Sacramento, California, were starstruck when their ordinary prom night was crashed by real-life “prom queen,” reality TV star Kylie Jenner.
Rio Americano High School student Albert Ochoa showed up in his school on Saturday night with his A-List “prom date,” who was accompanied by her best friend, Jordyn Woods. Jenner, 19, went full glam in her first prom experience clad in a coffee-colored silk gown. She was transported to the venue by her private jet.
Jenner’s appearance was a show-stopper that stunned Ochoa’s friends and sister Selena. “Tell me why my brother took Kylie Jenner to prom tonight,” Selena asked her friends on Twitter.
Some of the students narrated their memorable prom night on social media with clips of Jenner dancing with Ochoa.
TELL ME WHY MY BROTHER TOOK KYLIE JENNER TO PROM 2NIGHT !!!!!!!
— $elena Ochoa (@ssoochoa) April 9, 2017
Kylie Jenner really just came to rio prom. pic.twitter.com/sZQflHt62BADVERTISEMENT
— Sam Adams (@sam_adams_10) April 9, 2017
According to the Sacramento Bee, a friend helped Ochoa look for someone who could replace the girl who snubbed him. Jenner’s staff spotted the poster on social media and contacted Ochoa’s family.
Attending a prom has been a dying wish for Jenner, who left high school and began homeschooling until her graduation in 2015.
“I really do want that boyfriend prom experience,” she previously told Seventeen. “I would want to go with someone who’s not afraid, or doesn’t think that he’s too cool, to show up at my house with a rose corsage. It would be nice for the guy to come over and be respectful and nice while my mom takes prom pics.”
Jenner, also a successful cosmetics businesswoman, will star in the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” spin-off “Life of Kylie.” Gianna Francesca Catolico /ra
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