Kendall & Kylie Jenner Get Trapped In An Elevator & The Video Footage Does Not Speak Well To Their Survival Skills
Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner have grown up in front of the cameras. So, inevitably, they know how to work them. It definitely isn't easy making the mundane look exciting, as one has to do when every aspect of their lives are being filmed. But I may have found one area where the girls are not exactly on-air experts at. It's alright, no one's perfect. Kendall, Kylie, Jordyn Woods, and Hailey Baldwin were trapped in an elevator together and the youngest Jenner Snapchatted all about it. And, per the extensive video footage, it has become abundantly clear that Bear Grylls will probably not be inviting the girls to come rough it with him in the wilderness anytime soon.
Why don't I think the Jenners, and by extension, their pals, will helm a survival show series that'll spur on endless amounts of similarly-named spinoffs any time soon? Um, because, they didn't really handle the elevator conundrum all that well and that was in a controlled, fairly straightforward, and not all that treacherous of a situation. I'm not judging. I've gotten stuck in a few elevators myself, albeit for a much shorter stretch of time, and I didn't like it one bit. It's just that... Well, you should probably see this for yourself to understand what I mean:
To be fair, while Kendall looked somewhat terrified throughout the video, she was at least attempting to get them all out of there. So, A for effort and all that. But through Baldwin's insistence that she was "dying," Kylie's utter disbelief over a fairly common occurrence, Kendall's admission of a panic attack, and the girls' collective assessment of a mostly-eaten Nature Valley bar as the little sustenance they had to tide them over lest they become the modern day Donner Party, it is evident that the girls don't have what it takes to survive for extended periods of time without the modern conveniences and the comfort of home. Though, to their credit, they were quite entertaining about the whole thing.
In conclusion, because they were stuck in an elevator in the middle of bustling NYC and not during a post-apocalyptic dystopian society as they made it seem, the FDNY busted them out of that joint. So, all's well that ends well. The girls built some character, we were entertained, and now potential reality show producers know not to stick the Jenners into any sort of Survivor-esque scenario for fear that they might never actually make it out. See? Everything happens for a reason.