Kim Kardashian West is trending yet again this Halloween.
The beauty mogul launched a parody of Elle Woods Harvard Video Essay to the delight of her followers. That's not all, though, as "Legally Blonde" actress Reese Witherspoon also gave her score to Kim's costume.
Everything Was Shot So Perfectly
Kim's Halloween rendition of a movie clip from the '90s film is oozing with perfectionism. From the way Kim's blonde wig was placed in a high ponytail to the lighting and background, everything was Instagram perfect!
The video has since gotten over 4 million views on Twitter and Instagram, and there is nothing but praises for what Kim did here. She nailed every line with her acting and copped the character's wardrobe to a tee.
Also, look at that pink feather pen!
Legally Blonde! pic.twitter.com/8OIffq7f3f — Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) October 31, 2019
Legally Blonde Approves
The original Elle Woods from the "Legally Blonde" movie franchise took to Instagram stories to join in on praising Kardashian West.
Witherspoon snapped a photo of Kim's parody, pinned it against a pink backdrop, and captioned the photo "Elle Woods Forever!"
Witherspoon also gave the beauty mogul a 100 points score along with a Star and Dancing Hearts emoticons. "Legally Blonde" fans were ecstatic over Reese's approval.
Lawyers Because of Elle Woods
Reese also revealed that many young women have approached her over the years since "Legally Blonde" debuted 18 years ago. Witherspoon shared that many have taken inspiration from the movie to study law.
As for Kardashian West, she would always be open about how incredibly impressed she is of people who are able to study law all while being a parent -- something Kim is doing these days.
Elle Woods Harvard Video Essay pic.twitter.com/PNMBs2dl0C — Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) October 31, 2019
Kim's Real-Life Elle Woods Story
Kim Kardashian Legally Blonde parody is timely, as she had begun her four-year apprenticeship with attorneys to become eligible to take the Bar Exam in 2022 -- something California Law allows and how Abraham Lincoln studied law in 1837.
The mom-of-four was reportedly motivated to study law when she rallied behind Alice Marie Johnson's case last year. Johnson had been convicted of conspiracy to possess cocaine and spent 21 years in prison before Kim took interest in her case.
At the time, she decided she needed to know more to be able to fight for people who have paid their dues to society.
Kim was pivotal in having Johnson's life sentence commuted by fearlessly taking it up to the White House to President Donald Trump. She then proceeded to help commutate the life sentences of 17 first-time nonviolent drug offenders as well.
It should be noted that Kim's late father, Robert Kardashian, is an attorney that is known for his role in defending O.J. Simpson during his highly-publicized murder trial in 1995. Kim reportedly took interest in law back then and felt like her dad would be proud to know what she is doing now.
The KKW beauty founder also expressed her desire for her children to be proud of her as well and get inspired to know that they can put in the hard work. Kim has been praised as organized and very focused in her legal studies, and her mentors are confident she can succeed.