Kylie Jenner turns up as prom date of rejected teen

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Reality star Kylie Jenner accepted invitation and turned up as prom date of a Sacramento teenager after his date turned him down.

The teenager Albert Ochoa had invited Jenner after looking set to miss his high school prom following rejection by his date. But the high school junior became an instant legend among his peers on Saturday night when he surprised them all by turning up at Rio Americano's prom with the reality star hanging on his arm, the Daily Mail reported.

'Imagine rejecting a prom date & the guy that asked you takes Kylie,' his friend Humberto wrote on Twitter. 'Shout out to Albert Choa for that comeback.'

Videos shared online showed the moment the handsome teen walked into the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria in Sacramento, California with the brunette beauty, causing total chaos. As his fellow students flooded social media with incredulous reports of the 19-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashian star's presence, Albert took her onto the balcony for a slow dance.

As his gaping pal's watched and Snapchatted from below, he strutted his stuff with the beauty, who wore his white floral corsage on her arm. 

Even his first choice of date - who turned him down - seemed to be having regrets. Her sister Syd Duhney wrote on Twitter: 'kylie jenner (sic) for reals went to rio prom tonight with the guy my sister turned down.' And she explained her sister hadn't disliked Albert, but rather: 'she turned him down bc (sic) it was her friends older brother but STILL.'

Newly single Kylie had certainly made an effort for the big night, having skipped her own prom after dropping out of high school to be home schooled. She boarded a private jet to Sacramento, accompanied by her ever trusty best friend Jordyn Woods.

'You go dude!' Kylie Jenner accepts rejected teen's invite to high school prom... making him an instant legend


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