Kylie IS Kim: ‘There’s a lot of duct tape holding these suckers up’

There have been numerous comparisons to her megafamous sister, Kim, and last night Kylie Jenner certainly channelled Mrs West's signature style.

Wearing a plunging black dress with no underwear, the 17-year-old admitted: "There's a lot of duct tape under this dress holding these suckers up."

The dress also sported a thigh-high split which showed off plenty of leg.

Ms Jenner was in Miami for the launch of the 'Kylie lollipop', which has been created in conjunction with the Sugar Factory, a new outlet of which is opening in the city. The glittering event was held at the swish Hotel Victor. 

Thousands of fans had earlier in the day arrived to catch a glimpse of and perhaps even meet their hero. Indeed, a queue wrapping around the entire venue was in place long before she arrived.

The reality TV star's glamorous look is certainly in contrast to earlier in the day, when she bravely posted a no makeup selfie while catching a private jet from California to Florida. 

Though the teenager recently confessed that she feels pressure to constantly look great.

"It is a little intimidating to look good all the time, but I just try to make outfits and meet with my stylist [Monica Rose].

"We will just talk and collaborate. We will throw ideas around and talk about the stuff that we like. So it’s really cool."

In March, Kylie also admitted that her elder sister Kim, 34, and her brother-in-law Kanye West, 38, were her style icons. 

However, last month she stated that Ms Kardashian copies her look.

In a deleted scene from an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, she confided in Kourtney, saying: "I really feel like Kim is cramping my style. I feel like style-wise, we take things from each other.

"I did this desert photo-shoot and now she's doing a dessert photo-shoot. She does takes everything and does it way cooler." She added: "And then now she has short hair… Well, I have short hair." Kylie furthermore bemoaned: "Maybe she just wants to do everything I do."