Kylie Jenner Will Definitely Have a Better 18th Birthday Party Than Everyone Else

This won't be a "pizzas and ice cream cake" kind of event.

Kylie Jenner, who is "not a normal 17-year-old," will celebrate her 18th birthday on Aug. 10. But if you think she's going to spend the evening kicked back on the couch re-watching Anywhere But Here with her galpals, you are sorely mistaken. This is King Kylie, after all, and she goes big or she sends everyone home with gifs of her big sister twerking at her graduation party.

Kylie will be celebrating her 18th birthday party like royalty-royalty at a resort in Canada where 18 is the legal drinking age, TMZ reports. She'll be entering adulthood at the Beachclub Montreal  which is a far cry from what the Canada Pavilion​ at Epcot led me to believe our neighbor to the north was like.

From the Beachclub Montreal's website:

Kylie Jenner will be the last of the Kardashian/Jenner clan to celebrate her 18th birthday. Team Productions and Beachclub's owner Olivier Primeau stepped up to the plate to offer Kylie the opportunity to party, and drink legally at a fantastic one of a kind venue! The event will take place on August 16th 2015, and will be sure to offer many special guests and great surprises.

TMZ reports she'll also get a $3,000 (INR 1,92,000 approx.) cake to cap off the event. On top of that, Kylie will actually get paid to turn 18. The club will reportedly pay her about $100,000 (INR 64,00,000 approx.) which beats the hell out of the $40 (INR 2,500 approx.) gift certificate to The Gap my mom gave me when I turned 18. (No worries, Mom, I'd rather have those sensibly-priced straight fit jeans I ended up getting than a night of debauchery with thousands of strangers and celebrities anyway.)

Kylie's birthday bash event will actually take place on Aug. 16, a few days after her real birthday. If you're in the area and you want to go, tickets run about $40-150 (INR 2,500-9,600 approx.).

By Rebecca Rose

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