The two were spotted mingling in the background of Kardashian friend, Dr. Simon Ourian's Instagram story but fans were quick to notice. Khloe wore a gorgeous golden floor-length dress that was extremely low cut and featured a very high leg slit as she took Tristan's breath away mid-conversation. Thompson didn't look too bad himself in his classic black suit with diamond-studded earrings. He even posed for in the photo booth for a clean-cut black and white snap that showed off her jewelry.
Look In The Background
The Christmas Eve party is almost a full year after Tristan's cheating scandal with Kylie Jenner's BFF, Jordan Woods. Let's just say Woods did not get invited to this year's party or any other Kardashian event this year but it's great to see that Tristan did.
He has been shooting his shot, and we are not talking about basketball, on Instagram in an effort to win Khloe back. Perhaps the party conversation brought him one step closer to getting back on Koko's good side.
Kim Plays MC
Kim Kardashian got the opportunity to be the master of ceremony and expressed how hosting the party makes her feel.
"Welcome to the Kardashian/Jenner/West/Disick/Webster, if I'm missing anybody, party!" Kim said as she snatched up the mic to address the crowd. "It's our annual party that we've had literally since I was 1-years-old and I am so grateful that we are now still doing it."
Kim went on to explain that the party is still filled with all their loved ones and friends but last night's party was "extra special" because of the musical guests.
Sia's Private Performance
The KarJenner's gift to all of her guests literally came gift wrapped! Sia was the surprise musical guest and did an amazing version of "Chandelier" to the delight of the hundreds of party-goers. Her perfromance even featured a dancer that was dressed up as a Christmas toy and beautifully matched the music with the art of movement. Kanye even got into the holiday spirit and had his large Sunday Service choir to sing songs of cheer while the guests looked on.
Way better than your uncle's Christmas Eve party, am I right?