The Kardashians have held a spot in the limelight for a long time, but they haven't always looked like they do now. Think back ten years ago to when Twitter just became a thing, High School Musical aired for the first time, and the Kardashian clan started stepping into the spotlight. Now, check out these incredible transformations from 2006 to 2016.
Okay, she can be annoying at times, but Kris Jenner's role as "momager" has really amped up her look. She looks better now than she ever has (we'll just ignore the likelihood of surgeries). And wait till you hear this: Kris is *gasp* sixty years old.
Oh, Rob. You used to be so cute. In the earlier 2000's, Rob Kardashian was a heartthrob. Times have changed and he's let himself go a little bit (holding back tears), but at least he snagged himself a fierce fiancee.
Kourtney must have skipped the whole "awkward stage" thing. Seriously, bad photos of her don't exist. She's just always been fab, and we love her for it. Plus, she's easily the most underrated and sassy Kardashian sister. All hail Queen Kourtney.
As Kourtney Kardashian once said, "[Kim] thinks she's hot sh*t because she has the biggest ass in L.A." But it's that signature rump that earned her a place amongst America's A-listers. The only thing that has truly changed about Kim is her style. At least she doesn't dress like a high-schooler anymore.
We officially deem Khloé as the "most changed" member of the family. She looks almost unrecognizable in photos from her earlier years in the limelight. The middle Kardashian has been absolutely slaying the game lately, and we are such a fan. Keep doin' you, Khloé.
Of course Kendall was an adorable kid. She didn't have an ugly phase... She just went from cute to beautiful. That's not even fair.
Rumors are always floating around that Kylie Jenner has gone under the knife to achieve the looks she has today. Don't get us wrong, she looks amazing—there's just no way her lips went from dull to full without a little enhancement.
Finally, there's Caitlyn Jenner, previously known as Bruce. In an interview with 20/20's Diane Sawyer, Cait said, "I'm saying goodbye to people's perception of me and who I am. But I'm not saying goodbye to me. This has always been me."