Those who found the hush-hush event were able to get up close and personal with some “Famous” faces
Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner may have had some car trouble last night, but that didn’t keep them from checking out Kim’s “Famous” dopplegÃ¤nger at a gallery in Los Angeles.
On August 26, Kanye West broke the fourth wall with his (VMA-nominated!) “Famous” video by taking its notorious wax figures, along with the bed they’re “asleep” in, and putting them all on display for a secret showing in L.A. Kim, sporting a brand new blonde ‘do, and her sister hit the gallery to survey the scene for themselves.
Kanye himself wasn’t in attendance â or he sort of was thanks to the assistance of a FaceTiming robot.
A device featuring a camera and a monitor kept ‘Ye involved and circulating the crowd at the exhibit, and Kim caught him for a quick hey.
“Famous” is up for two VMAs, Video of the Year and Best Male Video. There will be no need for that robot to hit Madison Square Garden on Sunday, as Kanye himself will be in attendance for the ceremony.
Tune in to the 2016 VMAs, live from New York on Sunday, August 28, at 9 p.m. ET/PT.