Kendall Jenner channels old school glam on Harper's Bazaar

Production company Thirty Rev put a realistic touch on that problematic commercial.
 By Glenn Garner Wed

Production company Thirty Rev put a realistic touch on that problematic commercial. By Glenn Garner Wed

The events for the party were scheduled some time back, however, the Pepsi ad controversy started giving worries to the organizers as they thought that Kendall Jenner would back out.

Despite reports claiming the KUWTK starlet is "traumatized" from the backlash her ad got, it seems there is one thing motivating her to return to the spotlight - Coachella!

"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" personality Jenner returned to Twitter on Thursday, little more than a week after Pepsi pulled her ad amid widespread outrage, but she wasn't about to open that can of soda to discuss the matter. "We also apologize for putting Kendall Jenner in this position".

"No word about #Pepsi ad huh Kendall, Really?!?!You disgust me", another Jenner critic hissed.

"No @pepsi. No @KendallJenner". A source said: "This is the first controversial campaign she has been involved with".

The commercial unfurled a freakish sequence in which Kendall joined in a metropolitan protest, later handing a policeman a Pepsi, triggering gleeful applause from the crowd. However, it appears as though Kendall is popping by Coachella for work, not pleasure.

The Jenner party is going to be a winter wonderland, complete with "real ice and snow" even though it's happening in the middle of the hot, dry Colorado desert. Pepsi initially defended the spot, calling it "an important message to convey", but after furor didn't die down, they chose to pull the ad altogether.

TMZ reported that Kendall and Kylie Jenner are set to host a Coachella party at Rancho Mirage this weekend. Kylie Jenner went to the prom to take the attention off Kendall Jenner and give her some space to recover.

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