Kendall Jenner's "Boots" Required Not One, But 2 Assistants Before the MTV Movie Awards

Kendall Jenner's "Boots" Required Not One, But 2 Assistants Before the MTV Movie Awards
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If you thought Rihanna's $3,000 denim Manolo Blahniks were difficult to wear, just wait until you see the thigh-high heels Kendall Jenner rocked during Saturday night's taping of the 2016 MTV Movie Awards. 

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The model, who showed up to the annual event in a black Kristian Aadnevik dress, arm in arm with her BFF Gigi Hadid, needed not one, but two assistants to help her slip on a pair of DSquared2 pumps.

Prior to hitting the red carpet, Jenner posted an Instagram pic showing off the intricate lace-up process — and a little bit of side butt. (Imagine having the job title of "Kendall Jenner Boot Lacer." Surely it pays well.)

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But, because being a celebrity isn't easy, Jenner seemed to have issues with the heels throughout the night. 

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Of course, it turned out fine, judging by how put-together Jenner looked once seated. (These are sitting shoes if we've ever seen them.)

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She even showed them off with Hadid (simultaneously redefining #SquadGoals linking up with our gender-fluid fashion bae, Jaden Smith).

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But, thanks to the eldest Jenner sister joining Snapchat in March, we know that she also had trouble taking the boots off. In a Snap, you can hear Hadid ask, "Ken, are you having some problems? There's just lots to handle..." 

You could say that again.  

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Once off, Hadid snapped the pair trying to tame the beasts into the elevator.

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But don't worry. Unlike her sis Kylie, who has been stuck in a $5,000 Cartier bracelet for four years, Kendall wasn't forever trapped in the designer shoes. She quickly switched into an easier-to-get-on pair of Balmain boots to attend an after-party. 

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Oh, the life of a celebrity. 

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