Kylie Jenner Sings ‘Hollaback Girl’ On Stage With Gwen Stefani in Throwback Video

by Rachel McRady 6:59 AM PDT, March 30, 2016
Playing Kylie Jenner Sings ‘Hollaback Girl’ On Stage With Gwen Stefani in Throwback Video

Few times she been around that track, but Kylie Jenner is still as much of a Gwen Stefani fan as she was at age 8. The reality star, 18, took to her personal app and website to show her special connection to The Voice coach.

“My first concert ever was Gwen Stefani in 2005!” Jenner wrote. “During the ‘B-A-N-A-N-A-S’ part of ‘Hollaback Girl,’ she brought a bunch of girls onstage to sing with her. One of her backup dancers put me on his shoulders and then Gwen put the mic in front of me to sing. I was so little! But it was cool because I ended up going on Gwen’s concert DVD, ‘Harajuku Lovers Live.’”

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Toward the end of the clip, a thrilled young Kylie happily sings along to the hit song while grooving on the top of the dancer’s shoulders.

Photo: Kylie Jenner

Kylie, who just revealed she has the “#1 fastest growing Facebook page” on the networking site, has been very into sharing throwback videos lately via her social channels. Earlier this month she Snapchatted old Keeping Up With the Kardashians clips that featured her 14-year-old self meeting Tyga for the first time.

When a fan tweeted Kylie asking if she had a crush on her now-boyfriend, she replied with a resounding: “NOOOO!”

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As for Stefani, her career is currently experiencing a resurgence thanks to the success of her new album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like. The “Rare” singer, 46, released the deeply-personal record earlier this month that references her divorce from Gavin Rossdale and her new romance with Blake Shelton.

"After all this time -all this life -now this? How?! Thank u for this amazing moment gx," Stefani recently tweeted after sharing the news that she had earned her first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200.