Kylie was easily mistaken for her older sister, Kim Kardashian, at the NBC Universal upfronts on May 17. Everything from her hair to her outfit looked just like Kim. So is Kylie’s big sis mad at her for copying her look? HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned the truth!
When Kylie Jenner, 17, appeared on the red carpet at the NBC Universal upfronts on May 14, heads turned due to her startling resemblance to big sis, Kim Kardashian, 34. It’s often been said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but does Kim feel the same way? Find out!
Kylie Jenner Copies Kim Kardashian’s Look — How Kim Feels About Upfronts Dress
“Kim didn’t think anything of Kylie’s doppelganger appearance at NBC Upfronts,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “If anything, she thought it was complimentary that her sister copied her appearance and wanted to look like her.”
But despite Kim feeling flattered by Kylie’s identical appearance, she has urged her youngest sister to find her own look.
“Kim did tell Kylie that it’s time she found her own identity and warned her that she has to hone her own look or the critics will call her a copycat,” the source continues. “Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Kendall all have their own look in the family. Kylie is well aware she needs to find hers. She’s experimenting with different looks to find the best fit. She’s still very young, but Kim is sure she will find herself in the next few years as she grows up.”
We certainly understand why Kylie looks up to Kim when it comes to red-carpet beauty, especially because Kim’s make-up is always flawless!
Kylie Jenner’s Makeover Transformation Due To Lip Fillers
“I have temporary lip fillers, it’s just an insecurity of mine and it’s what I wanted to do,” she revealed. ““I’m just not ready to talk [about it yet]…everyone always picks us apart. I want to admit to the lips, but people are so quick to judge me on everything, so I might have tiptoed around the truth, but I didn’t lie.”
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Does Kylie need to find her own identity?
— Jon Boon