The Kardashian clan create surprise 60th birthday song for mum Kris Jenner

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The family decided to make Kris' 60th remarkable by throwing her a 1920 "Great Gatsby' themed birthday party.

Kris Jenner's over-the-top birthday bash cost a reported $2 million dollars. Others like singer John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, host Ryan Seacrest, fashion designers and close friends Riccardo Tisci and Olivier Rousteing, and boyfriend Corey Gamble also joined the party.

According to Us Weekly, their song was called: "You Love Your Friends", a parody of a 1985 video called "I Love My Friends" that went viral on YouTube.

Details about Kris' special birthday have been scarce, but we do know that her daughters and friends all paid homage to her famous "I Love My Friends" video with a brilliant new rendition.

The video opens with a reprise of clips from a video made for Jenner's 30th birthday, with the idea seemingly based around a re-write of the older version. Happy birthday, Kris Jenner; happy birthday to you! West, of course, took to the stage to sing "Happy Birthday" to his mother-in-law.

During the bash at The Lot Studios in West Hollywood, the self-proclaimed "momager" puffed on fake cigarettes and wore a white fur stole as she partied with family and celebrity friends at the Great Gatsby-themed celebration.

"Lit", Kourtney posted with a video of West's performance. In that video, her three Kardashian girls were little and her Jenner daughters were a decade away from being born.

"Mom, I'm going to give this Emmy to you because you were the one who started it all", Kim said.

The biggest surprise was the last scene when Kris' ex Caitlyn Jenner was shown in a hot tub.

One thing's clear, though: Kris is definitely loved... and, remember, "she loves you" too!

Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries. There were wall-to-wall A-listers, wall-to-wall white roses (mandatory at any Kardashian family gathering) and so many jaw-droppingly fabulous Great Gatsby themed costumes that no guest could move for pearls and diamonds.



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