Fans of Kim Kardashian can’t believe they’ve never noticed the star was part of Fall Out Boy’s music video in 2007 for their tune Thnks Fr Th Mmrs
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Fans took to social media in amazement when they found out the 41-year-old was actually part of a music video by Fall Out Boy several months before KUWTK took to the airwaves.
A clip is doing the rounds on the internet of Kim alongside the band’s bassist Pete Wentz for their video for Thnks Fr Th Mmrs.
And some fans can’t believe they’ve never noticed her involvement before, where she leant in for a kiss with the musician.
While she wasn’t a complete unknown in the industry at the time of its release in March 2007, she wasn’t the global superstar she is now.
One fan wrote: “I will absolutely never get over the fact that Kim K is in this.”
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Another commented: “Is it me or does this girl in video look like Kim Kardashian, i mean I have seen this video countless time , I must be tripping.”
“Kris Jenner really hustled back then,” said a third.
And a fourth wrote: “Jesus Christ. I remember this song originally coming out and I’ve legit watched this particular video hundreds if not thousands of times and only just realised that’s Kim Kardashian…. The more you know…..”
Many others shared similar views as they watched on as Kim, then 26, starred as an aspiring actress who went backstage and kissed the bassist.
The scene saw the duo’s smooch come to an abrupt end as an irate director – who is a chimp – interrupts and gets to grips with the beauty.
Speaking about her appearance at the time, Kim told the Danbury NewsTimes: “I’m a fan of Fall Out Boy and I agreed to do it, and it was so much fun working with them. I think music videos kind of all show the same thing.
“They kind of want a hot girl and cool cars. This one was totally different.”
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The couple were snapped boarding a private jet earlier in the week to enjoy a spot of sunshine at a luxurious resort.
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