Kim Kardashian is so determined to become a lawyer that it’s even affecting her choice of Halloween costumes.
The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star owned the holiday beyond a reasonable doubt as she perfectly channeled socialite turned law student Elle Woods from the 2001 film “Legally Blonde.”
Rocking a realistic golden wig, pink slip dress and bedazzled tote, the 39-year-old even included a pup to play the part of Elle’s adorable dog Bruiser.
But anyone can copy one look, so Kim fully committed to the role Reese Witherspoon made famous and also created a shot-by-shot remake of Elle’s iconic Harvard Law School admissions video from the movie. That’s dedication!
Kim, who is in the midst of a four-year apprenticeship with a San Francisco law firm, shared the flawlessly executed clip on Instagram which shows her reciting the lines from the script one-for-word.
"Hi, I'm Elle Woods," the mother of four says to the camera while sitting in a pool. "And for my admissions essay, I'm gonna tell all of you at Harvard why I'm going to be an amazing lawyer."
Mimicking every look exquisitely, Kardashian continues delivering Witherspoon’s lines detailing her skills in fighting for proper toilet paper, recapping “Days of Our Lives “and even how she “feels comfortable using legal jargon in everyday life.” It’s obvious that no one would “object” to Kim’s transformation.
Kim received the ultimate validation for her efforts from Witherspoon herself who reshared the video on her Instagram Stories with the comment, “Elle Woods forever!” and included the 100 points, star and two dancing hearts emojis.
Earlier this week, the Oscar-winner gave an update about the possibility of “Legally Blonde 3” being made.
"It's just a development project right now, so we'll see," Witherspoon told “Entertainment Tonight,” before mentioning which co-stars she’d love to see return to the franchise.
"I love Jennifer Coolidge (Paulette) and Luke Wilson (Emmett) and Selma Blair (Vivian) and so there's so many great characters that people love,” she continued. "If we end up doing it, hopefully they end up all being there."
Perhaps the success of her Halloween costume will now land Kim a role in it too.