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The ultimate movie night has arrived. Coder, L'Oreal beauty ambassador, and supermodel Karlie Kloss has added TV host to her repertoire. "Movie Night with Karlie Kloss," is a six-part series that involves games, short interviews and movies. Some guest appearances include Canadian actor Burkely Duffield, magician Joel Ward, supermodel friends Jourdan Dunn and Martha Hunt, tennis star Serena Williams, actress Rachel Bilson, and ballet dancer Fabric Calmels, among many others. Others, such as fellow models Kendall Jenner, Joan Smalls, Amber Valletta, Ashley Graham, and Kaia Gerber, will also appear. Kloss leads the movie night with baking, games and movies, including "Dirty Dancing," "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets," and "Never Been Kissed."

Latest episodes

aired 555 days ago
Supermodel Karlie Kloss sits down with fellow model Joan Smalls as they play games, make caramel corn and watch "Hitch" with the film's star Amber Valetta; relationship expert Matthew Hussey shares some eye-opening dating tips.
aired 569 days ago
Fashion model and entrepreneur Karlie Kloss and her celebrity guests share an evening of games, food and fun while watching favorite films.
aired 583 days ago
Fashion model and entrepreneur Karlie Kloss and her celebrity guests share an evening of games, food and fun while watching favorite films.
aired 597 days ago
Karlie and guests Ashley Graham, Lilly Singh and Kendall Jenner watch the romantic comedy "Never Been Kissed" and discuss flashback fashion, first kisses, high school days and bullying.
aired 611 days ago
Supermodel Karlie Kloss sits down with friends Ruby Rose and Kaia Gerber to watch "Finding Nemo," play games, make Karlie's Kookies, and discuss why it is cool to be different.
aired 629 days ago
Karlie and friends Jourdan Dunn, Martha Hunt and Burkely Duffield ("Beyond") watch the film "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets," play games, bake cookies, and discuss their love for fantasy and magic with magician Joel Ward.

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