Kourtney Kardashian came with her boyfriend Travis Barker to New York City for the drummer’s performance on Live Saturday Night this weekend. Barker played for musical guest Young Thug, after playing back on “Ski” during Thug’s NPRs Small desk spot. The episode hosted Rami Malek a week after Kim Kardashian’s time in the role.
Kourtney posted a series of shots of her and Barker in the green room, where he is shirtless, and she playfully handles her drumsticks before leaning in for a kiss. Kourtney is wearing green shoulder pants without a shoulder in cheetah print and a big smile. In the caption, she wrote “Live from New York!”
Barker commented on his Instagram post: “You’re the best drummer I know,” adding a heart-eyed emoji.
Kourtney also shared several photos in her Insta stories, including a picture of her and Barker’s feet on the SNL carpet, covered by the NBC peacock logo:
And another one of her reflections outside the dressing room over Barker’s nameplate:
The couple left after the show hand in hand. It’s been a great week for the Kardashians and Live Saturday Night. When Kim hosted, she had a whole sketch about her sister titled “The People’s Kourt”, in which Kim as Kourtney physically joined SNL actor Mikey Day plays Barker. They then invited their friends Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly, played by Pete Davison and Chloe Fineman. Fox and MGK are possibly the only couple competing with Kourtney and Barker for public love shows, and they are good friends in reality.
A photo of both couples standing in the bathroom at the Met Gala this year became a favorite meme on the Internet because of the passion shown:
It’s nice to have friends who share your interests.
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