X Factor BoyBand Emblem3 Turns Down Chance To Perform At Kendall Jenner’s Birthday Party

X Factor BoyBand Emblem3 Turns Down Chance To Perform At Kendall Jenner’s Birthday Party
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It might be hard to fathom, but a Kardashian girl was not granted her birthday wish this year.

Earlier this month, Kendall Jenner tried to book X Factor finalists Emblem3 for her 17th birthday party but was promptly turned down by the hot boyband.

Even with her big sister Khloe currently serving as the Fox show’s host, the reality starlet could not persuade the boybanders to join Kendall’s soiree.

According to TMZ, Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner attempted to hire Drew Chadwick, Keaton Stromberg, and Wesley Stromberg to play Kendall’s party but they declined due to their hectic schedule.

A source close to the series said Emblem3 would have loved to have been there, but could not find time in between rehearsals since they are still competing on the show.

However, Kendall still got to see her favorite boy group perform when she attended the Thanksgiving taping of the last episode alongside her mother, stepfather Bruce, little sister Kylie, big sister Kim, and Kim’s rapper boyfriend Kanye West.

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