Kendall Jenner is having a meditative moment in a downpour during the historic torrential rain in California in her latest Instagram Story.
The supermodel and reality star, 27, first shared a clip of rain water gathering in a bowl on a backyard table. Her H๏τ tub/pool is visible as well as festive party lighting.
Chris Stapleton’s “Starting Over” sets the mood, as he croons, “Well, the road rolls out like a welcome mat/To a better place than where we’re at.”
In a third clip, a casually clad Jenner raises her face skyward as she’s soaked by the rain.
Her cleansing outing is similar to another Celebrity’s recent viral post about finding joy in soggy weather.
While most people choose to head indoors when the weather turns wet, Drew Barrymore showed fans that she does just the opposite, sharing a video on Instagram in July that saw her frolicking outside during a downpour.
“Whenever you can go out into the rain, do not miss the opportunity!” the smiling star said in the clip, taking off her glᴀsses and looking up at the sky with laughter and glee.
Her contagious jubilation garnered a mᴀssive response online from fans, who quickly began recreating Barrymore’s video on their own social media channels using her own audio under the hashtag #JustRunOutInTheRain.”
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