Kris Jenner Officially Wins the #Krissed Trend With Fake Presidential Announcement

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We just got #Krissed by Kris Jenner herself.

On June 23, the 66-year-old posted a TikTok video that featured a campaign portrait of herself, which was posted to the tune of presidential-sounding music. The image read, "Kris Jenner 2024 Presidential Candidate." The media mogul further teased fans in her caption, writing, "I'm so excited to finally announce…"

But, not so fast. We won't exactly be calling Kris "Madame President" anytime soon.

Instead, the video later cuts to a clip of the reality TV star dancing to "Lady Marmalade," a viral clip that has been recently used by many as the equivalent to YouTube's RickRolling. The old internet prank involves the unexpected appearance of Rick Astley singing the 1987 song "Never Gonna Give You Up." In short, to be #Krissed means you have been epically tricked; and Kris' video might have just beat out all of the other contenders.

After Kris shared her epic upload, many shared their excitement over The Kardashians star's video.

Claudia Conway—the daughter of Donald Trump's former senior counsel member Kellyanne Conway— wrote, "HELP." Another fan wrote, "This is the greatest thing I've ever experienced lol."

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Of course, if Kris ever did decide to pursue the Oval Office, she would hardly be the first in her family to reveal their political ambitions. In 2020, Kanye West decided to throw his hat in the ring and ran for president against Trump and President Joe Biden.

Joining him on the list of Kardashian-Jenner aspiring politicians would also be Caitlyn Jenner, who ran in the California election for state governor in 2021.

Later that year, Kim Kardashian poked fun at her family's interest in politics during her Saturday Night Live debut.

After announcing a fake presidential run in her monologue Kim said, "I'm just kidding. I'm not running for president. We can't have three failed politicians in one family."