While simply presenting an award at the Emmys, Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner feel “deeply uncomfortable and awkward”.
The audience broke out in laughter at their opening lines, which was apparently supposed to have been a joke, but the sisters did not get the memo.
“Our family knows firsthand how truly compelling television comes from real people just being themselves.” The audience broke out in laughter while the sisters stayed silent. Everybody that has seen Keeping Up with the Kardashians knows that the show is definitely not “real people being themselves” nor “unfiltered and unscripted”.
Turns out they “were not briefed” about the the line being a joke. The line they were ordered to say was suppose to be funny, but the sisters did not quite get it.
Seeing this on the news drew me in because of the heading and lead sentences. It was also interesting to me because I watch the show Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Honestly without a good heading or lead sentence, no one would read this article or find it interesting to read. It had a compelling intro that got my attention. That is why we spend so much time talking about leads in Journalism class, because if they are not interesting, no one will want to continue reading.