Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott Walked the Red Carpet Separately at the VMAs

But they still slayed, per usual.

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott were back on the red carpet last night at the 2018 VMAs (opens in new tab). However, they decided to walk it separately this time around.

The new parents made their first red carpet appearance (opens in new tab) in May at the Met Gala. Unlike the all-black strapless Alexander Wang dress she wore to the Met Gala (opens in new tab), Kylie decided to go in a different direction with a Tom Ford white blazer dress (opens in new tab) and slicked-back platinum blonde hair while Travis wore a plaid jacket, graphic t-shirt, and embroidered pants.

The couple did, however, cozy up next to each other during the show.

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Later that night, they were even caught on camera kissing.

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Last night, the youngest Kardashian-Jenner supported Travis (opens in new tab), 26, while he performed new songs from his recently released album, Astroworld. A lot of the tracks are about the rapper's new life with Kylie and baby Stormi. Kylie even stars in one of his music videos (opens in new tab), "Stop Trying To Be God," as a golden goddess which, same.

It's been a whirlwind year for Kylie. The 21-year-old gave birth to her and Travis' daughter (opens in new tab), Stormi Webster, back in February after keeping her pregnancy a secret for nine months. Recently, Kylie went all out and celebrated her 21st birthday (opens in new tab) with a special Barbie theme (opens in new tab) alongside her family and friends. Before that, the couple posed on the cover of GQ together and were refreshingly candid about their relationship (opens in new tab) after keeping a low profile this past year.

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