Kim Kardashian has visited a secretive exhibition staged by husband Kanye West at an art gallery in Los Angeles.
The naked wax figures from the rapper's music video for Famous appeared at the Blum & Poe Art Gallery in the city on Friday (26Aug16), with Kim sharing her excitement for the exhibit on Twitter.
"Heading to a secret art gallery location to view Kanye's Famous Exhibition!!!!" she wrote.
The reality star was later spotted at the gallery viewing the life-like figures of celebrities including herself, her husband, Taylor Swift, Donald Trump, Chris Brown, and Amber Rose.
Kim's sister Kendall joined her for the outing, with Kanye, who is currently on tour, making a special appearance via satellite to comment on his creations to his guests. X-Men: Apocalypse actress Olivia Munn also attended the event.
"Famous Exhibit at Blum & Poe Art Gallery," Kim captioned a shot on Twitter, showing her standing in front of the waxwork figures with Kanye smiling on a TV screen next to her.
The video to Famous, a track from Kanye's album The Life of Pablo, reignited the feud between the rapper and Taylor Swift, who was mentioned in the lines, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/Why? I made that b**ch famous."
Taylor publicly insisted she did not give her permission for her name to be used in the controversial song, leading Kim to release a video on Snapchat, in which the Shake it Off singer can be heard approving the shout out in a phone call with Kanye.
Meanwhile, Kim was also busy on Friday playing chauffeur to her supermodel sister Kendall, who had reportedly been banned from car service Uber.
The mother-of-two took to Snapchat to share a video with her fans, in which she remarked of the alleged ban, "This is not fair. So we just want to know, why was Kendall suspended? Because she's literally like, a model passenger."
"I'm the best client," Kendall chimed in. "I don't understand."
The reality stars have since resolved the issue, and Kim took to Twitter on Saturday (27Aug16) to update her followers, blaming a technical mishap with Uber for the problem.
"I think Uber reached out to Kendall and fixed the issue!" she posted.