Kim Kardashian & Lil' Kim's Karaoke Videos Prove That Two Kims Are Better Than One — VIDEOS
Two Kims are better than one, or at least when it comes to sing-alongs. On Wednesday night, Kim Kardashian and Lil' Kim joined forces to create their own version of Carpool Karaoke. James Corden's series has featured everyone from Adele to One Direction to Jennifer Lopez, so naturally they wanted to jump on the bandwagon. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star introduced the videos by saying, "We're about to do carpool karaoke with the Kims!" It's clear that these ladies were having a blast together. In the first video, Lil' Kim raps, "If Peter Piper picked 'em, I bet you Kimmy bust 'em," to which Kardashian just laughs. (The original lyrics to the song are "Biggie," not "Kimmy.")
Ever since she's joined Snapchat, Kardashian has posted plenty of videos lip-syncing to songs in her car. Sometimes they even feature her husband, Kanye West, singing along to Justin Bieber or his own tracks. As someone who seems to always appear super put-together for the camera — whether on magazine covers or her TV show — it's nice to see a down-to-earth side of Kardashian, as she goofs around with her friends. In one of the videos, she declares, "It's Lil' Kim season." Then they sing-along to a few tracks, including the 1997 song "It's All About The Benjamins."
Check out snippets of their impromptu performance below:
Unfortunately, this version of Carpool Karaoke included only a small amount of singing. For this reason, I'm hoping they team up again and sing a few more tracks, like "Wannabe" by the Spice Girls or "Oops! I Did It Again" by Britney Spears. Another idea is that Kardashian can do more karaoke anytime her siblings or friends join her for a car ride. Kylie Jenner frequently posts videos singing in her car anyway, so it'd make perfect sense.
Between her naked selfies (including the most recent with Emily Ratajkowski) and these silly Snapchat videos, Kardashian is really letting her guard down and showing her true self to the world — which is awesome, considering she tends to get critiqued for her every move. Good for her for not taking herself too seriously and not being afraid to have some fun.