Everything You Need to Know About the Kylie Jenner "Wasted" Meme That's Going Viral

Kylie Jenner spontaneously sang about being "wasted" on a recent episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians and it's gone viral.

  • On the latest episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians (opens in new tab), the Kardashian-Jenner family went out for dinner in Palm Springs and Kylie Jenner (opens in new tab) spontaneously burst into song. 
  • Kylie belted out an original tune about being "wasted" and the moment instantly went viral and became a meme online.
  • This isn't the first time Kylie's tendency to get musical has been meme-worthy. Her song "Rise and Shine" swept the internet in 2019.

Kylie Jenner (opens in new tab), viral song machine, is back at it. The reality star has officially followed up her beloved track "Rise and Shine" (opens in new tab) with a new, equally-amazing song, "Wasted." Kylie's latest musical masterpiece (opens in new tab) moment came during the most recent episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

When did Kylie Jenner sing "Wasted"?

Some background: At one point in the episode, which documented the KarJenners' (opens in new tab) very dramatic trip to Palm Springs, the family went out to dinner. Kylie flagged down the waiter to order some Don Julio 1942 tequila. Actually, she specifically ordered a "42 on the rocks and a ginger ale."

This is when the magic happened. After placing her order, Kylie spontaneously burst into song (opens in new tab), belting out, "Cause I'm gonna get wasted. I just finished a whole cup of 42 and I'm about to go for my second one."

Then, Kylie turned to her older sister, Kourtney Kardashian (opens in new tab), and added, "Kourtney, what the f--k are you on?!"

Kourtney, in an amazing display of what can only be described as Kourtney Kardashian (opens in new tab)-ness, answered, "I don't know what's going on, so I'm just appreciating my bread," followed by a big bite of bread.

What is Kylie Jenner's "Wasted" Meme?

The internet, recognizing magic when it happened, immediately and collectively memed the moment.

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Even some celebrities have gotten in on the game, most notably Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas (opens in new tab), who covered the track ASAP on TikTok.

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