The 40-year-old media mogul has a voice acting part in the animated film alongside other big stars, including Tyler Perry, Jimmy Kimmel, Dax Shepard, Randall Park, Yara Shahidi, Marsai Martin, Iain Armitage and Will Brisbin.
“We had such a great time working on this movie,” Kardashian said in her video message on Saturday. “My kids can barely believe it when I said I was going to be in it.”
“Kim’s character is a new character being created for her specifically in the film,” a source told People magazine at the time.
Kardashian made it a point to share two tweets about the project on Oct. 15.
“I’m officially cool mom now to my kids! Paw Patrol We’re On A Roll,” she wrote before she shared a photo of herself in a sound booth.
The series’ beloved characters will be making an appearance in the movie, including Marshall (Kingsly Marshall), Rubble (Keegan Hedley), Rocky (Callum Shoniker) and Skye (Lilly Bartlam).
“Paw Patrol” is a Nick Jr. series that began in 2013. It has gone on for eight seasons.
Kardashian’s virtual appearance comes weeks after news broke that she filed for divorce from Kanye West, 43. The pair are splitting after nearly seven years of marriage.
Their relationship was reportedly strained after the “Jesus is King” rapper announced his 2020 run for president. During his campaign, West told an audience he and Kardashian considered abortion early on in their relationship at a rally in South Carolina.
Shortly after, West went on a Twitter rant stating he wanted a divorce. He also shared unsubstantiated suspicions that Kardashian cheated on him with rapper Meek Mill when she attended a prison reform event.
Kardashian and West are parents to North, 7, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 1.