Kendall Jenner poses topless for Interview Magazine

kendall jenner interview magNow that she has turned 18, Kendall Jenner is going the free spirit route carving a niche for herself in the Modelling industry. She recently posed topless for June/July issue of Interview Magazine and it was tastefully done. One thing I’ll give her is, she is a beautiful girl. I absolutely love how artistic the pictures came out and I totally get why she went that model route. That career suits her perfectly well. You can check out the pictures below as well as excerpts from here interview with Interview Magazine below 
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WALLACE: What is your worst nightmare?

JENNER: I used to have the craziest fear of losing teeth. I would have nightmares about that all the time. But it’s the craziest thing, because I feel like that’s one of the easiest things to fix. You just get veneers or something. [laughs]

WALLACE: Who is your role model?

JENNER: 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.

WALLACE: What was the best advice he gave you?

JENNER: “Dream big, work hard.” My parents brought up Kylie and me to be workaholics. That’s something I really appreciate.

WALLACE: Who would you most like to meet, living or dead?

JENNER: Martin Luther King Jr.

WALLACE: Do you have a secret talent?

JENNER’S AGENT: She can high jump.

WALLACE: Really? What’s your high-jump personal record?

JENNER: I don’t really remember, but my friend just showed me this video of when I was on the track team. I got the school record for high jump. My dad was so proud of me.

WALLACE: I bet. Do you ever lie?

JENNER: You know what? No. Because when I was little, 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.

WALLACE: And you don’t?

JENNER: No, but I would tell people that all the time. 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.

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