Kendall Jenner's ginormous Golden Globes dress required someone to hold her train

Kendall Jenner modeled a gorgeous Giambattista Valli gown at the 2018 Golden Globes. (Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Kendall Jenner faced a seriously First World challenge wearing her beautiful, but massive gown from Giambattista Valli at Sunday’s Golden Globes. Fortunately, she had a pretty genius solution: enlisting someone to help her navigate the ballroom at the Beverly Hills Hilton where Hollywood stars gathered to toast the year’s best in TV and film.

That’s right — someone was tasked with toting around the voluminous train on the garment all night, in order to make it possible for the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star to parade around, flashing her long model legs, in her Golden Globes debut.

Of course, Twitter had plenty to say about Jenner’s luxurious wardrobe choice. People were also puzzled as to why Jenner was at the show — to be fair, she is on TV — and made jabs about her poorly received Pepsi commercial.

Something tells us Jenner is having the last laugh. Come on, someone was walking around holding her dress up for her all night!

Does Kendall Jenner look bothered? (Photo: Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Moet & Chandon)

 

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