Kylie Jenner Transforms Into Marilyn Monroe for Halloween Photoshoot


“I love her films, style and there are so many questions I want to ask her!” Kylie says of Monroe.

Kylie Jenner has been killing it this Halloween and her latest costume is no exception.

For an ultra-glam video cover shoot with V Magazine, the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star transformed into icon Marilyn Monroe and recreated one of the blonde bombshell’s iconic looks: her hot pink dress from the 1953 film “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.”

In the sultry pics, Kylie posed in the sexy, strapless silk gown, which included a large bow in the back, and silk arm-length gloves. The hot look, which Kylie shared on her Instagram, also featured layers and layers of diamond necklaces and bracelets, in addition to stunning diamond drop earrings.

The Kylie Cosmetics founder was also asked some of the publications “36 Questions That Lead to Love.”

When asked if she could choose “anyone in the world” as a dinner guest, Kylie said, “Marilyn Monroe, of course! I love her films, style and there are so many questions I want to ask her!”

The reality star also revealed the last time she cried in front of a person.

“My assistant wrote me a note last Friday,” Kylie said. “I cried when I read it not only because it was heartfelt but it made me realize how blessed I am to be surrounded by so many wonderful people.”

Kylie named momager Kris Jenner as the person who she feels the “most grateful” for. “I wouldn’t be where I am today without her support, love and guidance,” Kylie said. “I definitely wouldn’t have ever had the courage to launch a business without her help.”

The most heartwarming answer came when Kylie was asked about her most treasured memory. Her answer? The day her daughter, Stormi Webster, came into this world as well as the moment her business launched.

“The day Stormi was born will always be the best day of my life, but I’ll also never forget the day when I launched Kylie Cosmetics. Both my babies!”

See more from Kylie’s interview here.

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