The make up mogul and her best friend took inspiration from the popstars’ 2003 MTV VMAs looks as they headed to a party.
Kylie, 22, slipped into a black skin cat suit with black arm warmers that pulled all the way up to her shoulders and a black top hat.
She hung a silver chain from her waist and styled her blonde wig into a low pony tail.
Stassie recreated Britney’s look in a lingerie-esque white skirt and corset.
She had ice blonde hair that looked just like Britney’s.
The girls were filmed as the danced around to Madonna hit Like A Virgin, showing off their sexy moves.
They also held onto microphones as they totally got into their roles.
As the video ended, Kylie put her arm around Stassie’s shoulders and moved in for a kiss.
It looked like the girls were just going to mime the action, but Kylie quickly leaned in and pecked her friend on the lips.
It’s reported that Kylie and Stassie never made it to the party they were heading to because their driver crashed into another car in Hollywood.
The Range Rover she was in is said to have collided with a Honda, leaving a minor scrape on the vehicles.
Madonna and Britney famously snogged as they performed together at the VMAs back in 2003.
They were on stage with Christina Aguilera to perform Madonna’s songs Like A Virgin and Hollywood when the carefully stage-managed smooch took place.
Christina also kissed Madonna, but the moment wasn’t fully captured on camera.
Christina has claimed that her kiss with Madge wasn’t shown because the cameras cut to Justin Timblerake in the audience.
He’d recently split with Britney, and Christina claims producers wanted to capture his reaction to his ex snogging a woman right in front of him.
She told Andy Cohen on SiriusXM : “It was weird. And you know why they cut away for it? They cut away to get Justin’s reaction.”
She described it as a “cheap shot”.
The Dirrty hitmaker added: “I definitely saw the newspaper the next day and it was like, ‘Oh, well I guess I got left out of that one’.”
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