Kim Kardashian Continues to Keep a Low Profile at Kanye West's Third LA Concert

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Kim Kardashian West was spotted for a third night in a row at her husband Kanye West's concert at The Forum in Los Angeles, California.

Surrounded by security on Thursday night, the 36-year-old reality star was seen backstage wearing a black baseball cap as she continues to keep a low profile.

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Kim's older sister Kourtney Kardashian, however, made quite the style statement when she stepped out at the show sporting thigh-high blue velvet boots and a Metallica T-shirt that she wore as a dress.

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, who are friends of Kim and Kanye, were also at the concert. Like Kourtney, the supermodel rocked thigh-high velvet boots that matched her tan slip dress.

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Kanye's concert marks Kim's third public appearance since being robbed at gunpoint in Paris, France, a few weeks ago. While the mother of two has yet to talk about the incident, both Teigen and Legend spoke to ET about what their friend went through.

"She's doing great. It's so crazy. Obviously nobody knows how they would react to that kind of situation and I have no idea what I would do," Teigen said. "I have no idea what my life would be like after. I can't even fathom it. So I'm just proud that she's back at home and with her babies."

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“It makes you think about everything," Legend explained. "You know, the world, I do not think is, you know, it is not full of danger at every turn, but there is enough out there that you need to be aware of it, and, you know, be as cautious as you can while still enjoying yourself and not living in a box and kind of imprisoning yourself to the fear that something could happen.”

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