Kendall Jenner Interview
June 5, 2014 by staff
Kendall Jenner Interview, Kendall Jenner wants the world to know she is not a little kid anymore. The 18-year-old shocked many when she went down the New York Fashion Week runway braless in a sheer top earlier this year, now the star has shed more clothes for a new very adult fashion shoot.
As if declaring she is a model and not the girl who grew up on Keeping With The Kardashians, Kendall has posed tpls for Interview magazine.
Featuring a number of images of the young star, the spread includes more tame pictures where Kendall is just flashing her toned midriff to another where her top is pulled down completely.
The particularly dramatic black and white image features the brunette staring off into the distance with messy voluminous hair blowing around her face and just her hands covering her nkd chest.
In another, the model reclines on a chair wearing nothing but leather hot pants.
But it is not just the her body that the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star reveals in the June issue of the magazine, the teen is also surprisingly candid about what it means to grow up in such a famous family.
According to Kendall, both her father Bruce Jenner – whom she says is her hero – and her mother Kris installed a relentless work ethic in her and her sister, Kylie.
She told Interview: ‘My parents brought up Kylie and me to be workaholics. That’s something I really appreciate.’
Kendall says she is unashamedly a daddy’s girl: ‘My dad is my everything. He always had the craziest speeches for Kylie [Kendall's younger sister] and me growing up, good words to live by.’
The best piece of advice: ‘Dream big, work hard.’
Defending her and her family, who have come to symbolise excess and the frivolity of celebrity culture, Kendall said she appreciates everything she has.
‘I feel like someone would think of me, or anyone in my family, as unappreciative of a moment, and I’ve really learned to appreciate a moment. I take things in a lot. I’m kind of weird like that. I like to go outside at night by myself and look at the sky and just appreciate it’
Confessing she believes she was horse in her past life and wishes she had the ability to fly, the star says she always wanted to be a model.
‘To be honest, this is exactly what I wanted to be. I was always looking up to supermodels. They were, like, my superheroes.’
The 18-year-old says she still gets star struck, especially by Beyoncé, despite the singer’s snub of Kendall’s sister Kim Kardashian and Kanye west’s nuptials last month.
In terms of romance for herself, the teen admitted it is a person’s eyes that draw her in, and previous green eyed love interest Harry Styles may be tough out of luck.
Kendall said: ‘Beautiful eyes. Any time I see beautiful eyes, they’re always, like, blue…’
But while the star admitted she will eat almost any apple pie, the interview was not all sugar and spice with the teen revealing she was a big liar as child.
‘I would always lie about the stupidest things. In kindergarten or first grade, I would tell people I had tigers living in my attic and a room full of gold.
‘I would tell people I was from Hawaii, but I had a Southern accent. I was the biggest liar for no reason, and then as I got older, I thought, “Why am I lying to everybody?” I would hear other people lie and be like, “You sound so stupid.”
‘So then I would just change my lies. The only person I lie to is my little sister, when I steal her clothes.’
To be fair, the star said she started lying about tigers being in her attic to win over a boy.
‘My first crush was this kid in kindergarten who told me he had tigers in his attic as well.
‘I’m not even kidding. I was like, “We have something in common!” We were hitting it off.’
Kendall, along with sister, Kylie, are currently on the publicity trail promoting their first novel Rebels: City Of Indra – The Story Of Lex And Livia.
While early reviews have not been stellar, the girls proudly talked about their book on GMA on Tuesday.
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