Kim Kardashian jokingly backstabs after leaving family Christmas video

Are you leaving Kim Kardashian out of the Kardashian-Jenner clan vacation video? How rude.

Over the weekend, fans couldn't help but notice that the Skims founder was missing from a adoration. Christmas themed Instagram video Starring her sisters Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner and mom Kris Jenner.

In the clip, released on Sunday, each family member showed off their lip-syncing skills by singing the lines of Ariana Grande's “Santa Del Me” in back-to-back solos.

“We can't find Kimberly,” Kylie joked in the post's caption, despite the video being filmed at Kim's home.

Of course, the second-eldest Kardashian sister can't leave her siblings behind because she can't see them.

“Ummm hosting is a lot of work and this is my favorite song!!!!!” The 43-year-old wrote to explain why she's been MIA.

Fans flocked to the video's comments section to chime in about the famous family that Kim didn't include.

“It wouldn't be iconic without Kimberly, please reshoot [laughing faces]” one wrote.

Another said, “Has anyone found out? [Kim]? I'm worried.”

Another joked that Kim was “in the bathroom” and the family “can wait.”

This year, Kim played host to her family's annual holiday party. He hosted a star-studded party at his Los Angeles home on Sunday. TMZ reports.

Like everything Kim does, the holiday soiree was about more than a little flair.

A Instagram video Before the party, the fashionista gave fans a sneak peek at how she pulled out all the stops for the winter wonderland celebration..

Despite her big shindig, Kim insisted on social media that she took the sustainable route when it came to this year's awards.

“I wanted to show you guys that I used Skimm's cotton fabric this year and I'm going to use it again,” Kardashian said on Instagram T.Thursday, Marie Claire And New York magazine reported.

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