What is being hailed as one of the worst music videos and song has made its television debut on E!'s "The Soup" – promising the listener an experience they will never forget.
The footage is a 1985 amateur music video made by Kris Jenner, still Kardashian at the time, called, "I Love My Friends."
The song is set to the tune of "I Love LA" by Randy Newman, and was made to celebrate her 30th birthday, according to Yahoo Music.
"I Love My Friend's" features cameos from some of her friends, but the biggest cameo went to O.J. Simpson, former NFL great and infamous murder suspect in the death of his wife – a controversial court case that Kris' husband at the time, Robert, was the defending attorney for.
Also making an appearance are the three oldest Kardashian children, Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe, who also get lyric writing credit when the song is complete.
"The Soup" featured the video this week on their show for the year-end countdown of 2011's top 20 Internet clips.
The video is easily mocked because of its cheesy and simple lyrics and concept, and because of the awkward cuts, transitions, and cameo repeats of "She loves you!" delayed pause, "She loves you!"
YouTube commenter, ShadowMystique100 said, "The Rebecca Black of the 80's," while Peppermintsoup said, "Did she actually think that sounded or looked good? Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to go clean out the blood in my ears..."
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Kris is not the only member of the 'K Klan' who has dabbled in pop music. Back in March of this year Kim attempted a music career by releasing a single called, "Jam (Turn It Up)."
The song's reviews were so terrible that the career move and accompanying music video were scrapped entirely and forgotten.
It appears the video tries to avoid the highly auto-tuned and processed vocals by focusing exclusively on close-ups of Kim's body and her "sexualized" advances on the audience.
Despite the family's misadventures in the music industry, they are still a highly successful powerhouse with their successful reality shows and clothing lines.