Kim Kardashian went all out this Halloween, not only dressing up as Elle Woods from “Legally Blonde” for the spooky holiday, but also re-creating Elle’s full Harvard video essay down to every little detail.“My name is Elle Woods, and for my admissions essay, I’m going to tell all of you at Harvard why I’m going to make an amazing lawyer,” Kardashian says. “As president of my sorority, I’m skilled at commanding the attention of a room and discussing very important issues.”Also Read: Kevin Hart Trolls Dwayne Johnson for Halloween, Re-Creates Iconic Fanny Pack Outfit (Photo) Kardashian also tweeted photos of herself in the various costumes from the 2001 comedy, including the iconic green sequined bikini and the pink slip dress. Bruiser, of course, was in tow.In real life, the reality TV star is studying law without attending law school. Her late father, Robert Kardashian, was an attorney and part of O.J. Simpson’s defense team during the football player’s infamous 1997 murder trial.A third “Legally Blonde” film is officially in the works, with Reese Witherspoon reprising her iconic role. Jamie Suk is directing the film, which is expected to hit theaters next year.Watch the video below.Elle Woods Harvard Video Essay pic.twitter.com/PNMBs2dl0C— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) October 31, 2019Legally Blonde pic.twitter.com/7deqdWVv60— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) October 31, 2019Legally Blonde! pic.twitter.com/8OIffq7f3f— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) October 31, 2019Read original story Kim Kardashian Re-Creates Elle Woods’ Harvard Video Essay From ‘Legally Blonde’ For Halloween (Video) At TheWrap
From 2002’s Betty Boop to 2006’s Forbidden Fruit and last year’s Princess Fiona, the model never fails to disappoint with her annual costumes.
The one and a half year old wore a floor-length gown which was a dead ringer to the Versace gown her mother donned for this year’s Met Gala.
The adoring mom couldn't get enough of her little girl decked out in a purple red carpet costume.
“It’s been developed specifically to rid dreams of all things nasty and scary, especially (amongst other things) ‘shadow monsters’, ‘roaring, soaring dragons’ and goblins"
“There was a scene that actually didn't make the movie that I was really, really excited about, mainly because it was just so violent I couldn't believe that we were doing it,” Sutherland says.