This holiday season, the Kardashian-Jenner family received the best present possible: a performance by Sia at their annual Christmas Eve celebration!
Kourtney Kardashian Barker’s house in Calabasas was given a festive makeover in preparation for yet another opulent Christmas bash hosted by the Kardashian family and some of their closest friends. The sisters provided their fans on Instagram and TikTok a glimpse of what it was like inside via the tales that they posted on those platforms.
It included red Christmas trees, an abundance of chocolate treats, an all-red ball pit for the children, and even a few songs performed by Sia herself.
The Australian artist may be seen singing with North West, Kim Kardashian‘s kid, in videos that have been shared by a few family members. The videos were taken inside what looks to be a large makeshift present box.
Fans were given a few views of the outfits that the rest of the family donned during the evening via the use of Instagram Stories. Kylie Jenner wore a black and gold dress with a hint of lace, which she showed off on Instagram with the message, “Naughty or nice?” Khloé Kardashian wore a red gown and a diamond necklace, while Kim opted for a garment that sparkled in silver.
Even though it was decked up to seem like a winter wonderland, Kourtney’s home included an enormous ball pit for her children and their friends to play in. Each ball was colored red to complement the trees, and the ceiling was adorned with numerous red balloons and balls. In addition, there were a few white reindeer and a large number of Christmas lights outside.
As can be seen in Travis Barker’s Instagram Story, there was a Santa Claus present at the event, and he had a number of presents with him so that he could hand them out to the children that were there. In addition, Barker uploaded a picture of several balloon animals, all of which were appropriately themed for the Christmas season.
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