Sophie Turner, Joe Jonas, and Other Celebrities Are Covering Kylie Jenner’s “Wasted” Song
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From Marie Claire
In the latest episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the Kardashian-Jenner family went out for dinner on a trip to Palm Springs.
During dinner, Kylie Jenner had one of her delightfully spontaneous musical moments when she put out an impromptu song about the "wasting" of Don Julio's 1942 tequila.
As with Kylie's first "single," "Rise and Shine," celebrities hit social media with covers of "Wasted" and they're amazing.
Kylie Jenner dropped her latest single "Wasted" during a family dinner in Palm Springs on the latest episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. The reality star and makeup mogul sang the impromptu song after ordering a tequila from Don Julio in 1942. By Kylie's own admission, the drink wasn't her first of the night and, TBH, it showed in the glorious song that inspired the moment.
After Kylie ordered a "42 on the Rocks and a Ginger Ale", she started living in her own musical for my second. "After the main chorus of the song, which would forever be known as 'Wasted', Kylie reached out to her older sister Kourtney Kardashian and added," Kourtney, what the hell are you ?! "
At that point, Kourtney officially became an active participant at the memorable moment, dryly responding, "I don't know what's going on, so I just appreciate my bread" and took a nice big bite of bread.
Of course, the moment immediately went viral and became fodder for the meme mill. And like Kylie's first single "Rise and Shine", the "Wasted" moment also inspired celebrity covers. Here are some of the best celebrity covers from Kylie Jenner's "Wasted":
Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas:
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