Kris Jenner's '80s Music Video, O.J. Simpson Included, Makes 'The Soup's' Top Clips of 2011 (Video)
More than 25 years after it was filmed, and another two after it landed on YouTube, the Kardashian matron's cameo-filled Randy Newman cover enjoyed viral success this past year.
When Kris Jenner (formerly Kardashian) turned 30 on Nov. 5, 1985, she celebrated by making a legitimately absurd music video.
Locked in some VHS vault for more than two decades, "I Love My Friends" didn't find its way to the public eye until Jenner's daughter Kim Kardashian posted the clip online in 2009. And even then it took another two years to gain viral attention. It went into heavy rotation earlier in 2011, and now, as 2012 draws near, E!'s The Soup has dubbed it one of the top clips of the year.
"I Love My Friends," an homage to Randy Newman's "I Love LA," features the reality TV matron singing about her love for everyone in her life while clips of friends and family echo her message.
Cameos include much younger Kardashian daughters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney -- as well as former NFL player (and infamous murder suspect) O.J. Simpson. Simpson and wife Nicole Brown were friends with Jenner and then husband Robert Kardashian. Kardashian went on to represent Simpson when he stood trial for Brown and Ronald Goldman's murders.
And "friends" weren't the only thing 30-year-old Jenner loved. She devotes a few lines of the catchy tune to list off her favorite things, which included bible study, Cheesecake Factory, tennis, baby showers and, apparently, dancing on treadmills.
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