Adhering to the encouraged all-black dress code, the model stunned in a Giambattista Valli Couture gown as she sashayed down the red carpet.
And not phased by the online hate she's been receiving, Kendall then retweeted the fan, adding her own sassy message: 'Never let that s**t stop you!' along with a sunglasses emoji-face and a sparkle.
"I have better skin than Kendall Jenner". "I wouldn't look people in the eye".
The 22-year-old has spoken about her struggle with blemishes in the past, writing on her app (which she no longer updates in 2018), that her acne crippled her self-confidence and kept her from participating in normal teenage activities, like talking to boys.
Kendall's never shied away from speaking openly about her battle with ongoing acne, and in 2015 she revealed that the issues with her skin had been hugely damaging to her self esteem.More news: Former Egyptian Prime Minister Shafiq Retreats From Running in 2018 Presidential Elections
"Where it really impacted me was how self-conscious I became about it", she said.
Kendall Jenner has grabbed a lot of attention while at the Golden Globes and it wasn't for her red carpet fashion. It completely ruined my self-esteem.
'I felt like such an outcast; when I spoke, it was with my hand covering my face.
Luckily, Kendall is now more confident in her skin, but she says "it wasn't anything that happened overnight". "Sure, I had crushes in high school, but I wouldn't even think about looking at guys".
She continued, "Even after things started to clear up, it took a solid amount of time to be okay with my skin and gain back my confidence... I realised that it's a part of life for some people and it doesn't define who you are".