Kendall Jenner talks paparazzi, clothing line and home-schooling in new interviews
Kendall Jenner and sister Kylie have been doing a lot of press lately for their new PacSun clothing line, but they've also been talking about how they are now being home-schooled and what it's like growing up surrounded by paparazzi.
"They're the most reckless drivers! They run red lights -- they're ridiculous. I don't understand why these people aren't illegal. Ask me a question about paparazzi and I get so heated. And I feel so bad for young kids of celebrities. My nieces and nephews get yelled at, and I'm like, 'You are yelling at a 2-year-old,'" Kendall tells Huff Post Teen, of the constant attention from photographers.
In fact, paparazzi problems are one of the reasons the girls no longer attend a regular Los Angeles-area high school.
"We were cheerleaders, so we miss that. I still go to football games sometimes, but we used to go all the time. ... We would go to cheer at football games and there would be paparazzi on the other side of the fence taking pictures. It got to a point where it was just ridiculous. Thank God no one stalked us at school!," says Kendall. "They can stand outside of the property and take pictures in! It's not hard. I never got to that point, thank God; I would have had a fit if it did. I hate paparazzi."
Turning to their new clothing line, in the above video, Kendall tells the Zach Sang radio show about the beachy vibe of their new pieces.
"It's kind of a California vibe collection, it's very casual. ... It's kind of a version of our casual style. So, I mean, it's fun shorts to crop tops to t-shirts. ... It's affordable, it's super cute, super comfortable, casual. I think it's perfect for back-to-school. ... It's colorful yet it has a lot of edginess to it. I think it's for everybody, I think people will be able to find something they really like," says Kendall.
And turning to the rumors that "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" is possibly ending soon, the girls say they can't even imagine it.
Kylie: "I can't even fathom us not doing the show. When it ends it's going to be so sad. It is going to end eventually, but that's just all I know."
Kendall: "I don't think it's going to end any time soon though. We have a few more years in us."
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