Hannah Ann Sluss, Peter Weber and his crying mom, and Madison Prewett’s faces were featured on the cakes.
Nothing says “Mama, I made it” quite like having a cake with your own face on it. This is especially true when the cake is being eaten by none other than Kim Kardashian West. One day, you’re a regular person doing regular person things. The next day, your face is being eaten by Kim Kardashian West at a “Bachelor” viewing party. The finale viewing party that she attended looks so fun!
There was a range of cakes to choose from, as well. Hannah Ann Sluss, Peter Weber, and Madison Prewett’s faces were on them and they did not forget to include Peter’s mom, Barb! Kim shared photos of the cakes on her Instagram story.
Who knew that the celebrities were hooked on this show just like us? We can’t stop laughing. The mental image of Kim and Kanye having playful arguments over this show like we do with our significant others is too funny. The attention to detail is also a sight to behold, with the corner of Peter’s cake even featuring a photo of his crying mother.
True “Bachelor” fans know that she is prone to the waterworks on a regular basis. Madison’s cake should have featured a photo of crying Barb, but we are not going to be too picky. We are just glad that Kim was willing to share these cakes with the world. So much has gone down this season and it is definitely one of the most entertaining “Bachelor” seasons that we have ever borne witness to.
Celebrities get hooked to the same reality shows as we do and this thought is somewhat comforting. Hailey Bieber and Kendall Jenner were also in attendance at this party. Bieber shared the cakes with her Instagram followers, too. We were not told where the cakes were from, but if we had to guess? We would be willing to bet that they come from Hansen’s Cakes.
It’s one of the best bakeshops that Los Angeles has to offer, and the Jenner/Kardashian family love these cakes. You know that you have made it when these celebrities are eating your face. The stars of this show can die happy now.SKM: below-content placeholder