Kendall Jenner Responds to Trolls who Criticized her Golden Globes Acne

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Kendall Jenner nailed her Golden Globes red carpet look; stunning Giambattista Valli Haute Couture dress, perfectly tousled hair and flawless make-up.

There were other snide comments made online during and after Kendall Jenner hit the red carpet at the Globes, like how she didn't belong at the event because it was a celebration of acting.

The model and reality star tweeted "never let that s**t stop you!" with a sunglasses-covered emoji and a star. She was crying to her sisters afterward, saying she is never going to the Globes again!

While you're here, watch the moment that Kendall's older sis Kourtney pranked her.

But she's learnt to live with the fact she won't always look flawless. I left all of the makeup on because we were so rushed and I went out and did my thing. "I thought when I didn't look at someone, they couldn't see my face".

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Kendall responded to the love from her fans by posting her own encouraging message about overcoming insecurity. It completely ruined my self-esteem - I wouldn't even look at people when I talked to them.

"Everyone's focusing on @KendallJenner new lips but not the fact that her skin is charred.I would've stayed home tbh".

Kendall Jenner wasn't happy with the social media trolls who disapproved of her having acne. Still, with one zit, I'm a little bit self-conscious. "I felt like such an outcast; when I spoke, it was with my hand covering my face", she explained.

By recognizing that she was having a bad skin day, she showed other girls how important it is to be confident even when you don't look flawless.

She added, "I realized that it's a part of life for some people and it doesn't define who you are".

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