At the tender age of 19, Kylie Jenner has more cars, fame and cash than any teenager can ask for. She’s been in the spotlight since the age of 9, when her family launched Keeping Up With The Kardashians. But underneath it all, she totally just wants to be a normal girl, according to her new show.
Last night, the world got their first taste of the lip kit maven’s new solo reality show The Life Of Kylie where she gives us a closer glimpse of the struggle and strife that comes with being Kylie Jenner.
I mean, we’re talking real hardships, like trying to figure out which foreign car to drive.
— Ash (@AshyAlxandra) August 7, 2017
Who's watching #LifeOfKylie? I can totally relate to her. She doesn't drive her Lambo and neither do I.
— Secilie Nicole (@secilienicole) August 7, 2017
Or how to get the best angle for a selfie.
— Chelsea Girl (@NYCChelseaGirl) August 7, 2017
"Taking a selfie is the hardest. Like so much pressure." Her life is so hard. I'm so sad for her. #LifeofKylie
— ΝiKi (@Phoebe1_) August 7, 2017
LMAO this show is just so rich girl privilege . 'sometimes i post a selfie and feel so much pressure' sis?#LifeofKylie
— Promithes Promithes (@YaaSays) August 7, 2017
And most importantly, growing up in the spotlight.
I love Kylie but she just said "I didn't get to grow up normal it's just so hard"…well paying bills is hard we can switch lol #LifeofKylie
— Queen Bee✨ (@OhhayyKendra) August 7, 2017
Kylie: I hate being famous and this isn't really for me.
Also kylie: I'm doing a reality show now.
— SAM (@sgstamper) August 7, 2017
I had insomnia last night, so I decided to watch #LifeofKylie. I never realized how tough white privileged girls from Calabasas have it.
— Stephanie Sidley (@StephanieSidley) August 7, 2017
Others on Twitter were…less interested in getting a crash course in all things Kylie.
— Natayio (@natayio) August 7, 2017
does kylie jenner really think her show can compete with game of thrones at 9 pm on sundays
— osha (@oshawildling) August 7, 2017
Kylie is certainly not the only star of the show, though. The reality star pulls in key members of her team including BFF Jordyn Woods, her executive assistant and lead twerker Victoria Villarroel Gamero, makeup artist Ariel Tejada and wig maker extraordinaire Tokyo Stylez. Together, they concoct funny story lines like suprising a Sacramento high school student for his prom (and taking off in a private jet), or setting Jordyn up on a blind date with someone Kylie is convinced can like her for more than being a celebrity’s BFF.
The season promises to deliver Kylie Jenner through the lens of normalcy, but so far audiences are just left feeling mad poor, yo.
Even though “Kyga” has called it quits, the story of how Kylie and Tyga’s love blossomed is still one for the books.