Kim Kardashian and Family Recreate 'Keeping Up' Season 1 Title Sequence

A new promo for the 10th anniversary special of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' features the Kardashian and Jenner ladies living their lives to the fullest through their own way.

AceShowbiz - It's been a decade since %cKim Kardashian% and her family greet us through "Keeping Up with the Kardashians". The show has just released a new promo for its 10th anniversary special titled "Back to the Start". True to the title, the promo sees the Kardashian and Jenner ladies recreating the show's original 2007 opening credits.

The video opens with momager %cKris Jenner% flying in a helicopter after the teaser declares, "No matter how far they go, they never go alone." It later cuts to bikini-clad %cKourtney Kardashian%, who is enjoying herself in a lounge poolside next to a %cYounes Bendjima% look-alike.

%cKhloe Kardashian% is working out her hot, revenge body, while %cKendall Jenner% is seen about to hit the runway before running off to join her family. %cKylie Jenner% looks stunning in a sheer red jacket as she drives her Lamborghini.

The ladies, sans Kim, are assembling on a set, which seems familiar to "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" fans. "Where's Kim?" Kris asks as they fumble around to find the perfect group pose. "Mom, where's always late," Khloe laments. Enter Kim, who dons a sexy see-through bejeweled body suit while saying, "I'm here."

Kim struts in and scurries to the front, blocking her sisters. "Oh, come on," Kendall gripes while Kris says, "Really?" And just like what she did ten years ago in the opening of the series, Kylie pulls the curtain rope to reveal the background of their original Calabasas home featured in the first season of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians". But where are %cRob Kardashian% and %cCaitlyn Jenner%?

The 14th season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" premieres on October 1 at 9 P.M., while the 10 Year Anniversary Special airs on Sunday, September 24 at 9 P.M. on E!.

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