Kendall Jenner is a supermodel, a reality-TV legend, and also a regular 22-year-old human. Like most 22-year-old women, she sometimes experiences — GASP — changes in her complexion.
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When Kendall walked the red carpet at the Golden Globes on Sunday night, for example, she had a noticeable spot of cheek acne.
The. Horror. Right?
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Except, no, not the horror. The totally normal, human condition. While some people might have judged the star for walking the carpet with pimples instead of crawling into a hole and hiding, one Twitter user openly commended Kendall for showing off her acne like a champ.
“Ok but @KendallJenner showing up and strutting her acne while looking like a gorgeous star is what every girl needs to understand,” she wrote, linking out to pictures of Kendall at the event.
We saw the tweet and thought, “HERE HERE, YES.”
Kendall also saw the tweet and thought pretty much the same thing. “Never let that sh*t stop you! 😎✨” she wrote.
Kendall didn’t let a little breakout hinder her confidence in the slightest. She personally posted footage from the event on Instagram, writing, “Haute couture making me feel like a princess 🖤.”
She was referring, of course, to the insanely voluminous, gorgeous black tulle dress by Giambattista Valli that she wore to the event. Kendall was just one of many female (and male) stars who made the decision to wear black to the Golden Globes in support of the Time’s Up campaign to end sexual harassment in Hollywood.
Cheers, Kendall! Keep doing you and being your fab self.