Unload it, Kenny! Model Kendall Jenner, who covers Vogue’s September issue, recently did her 73 Questions with the mag — and the video was released on Tuesday, August 16.
The social media superstar, 19, happily answered dozens of questions while strolling through Kris Jenner’s mansion in Calabasas, California. Kendall revealed tidbits about her childhood — her first job was dog-walking — and that her favorite holiday to celebrate in her mom’s home is Christmas.
She also tapped in to her emotional side, revealing that “losing someone I love” scares her most, while pursuing a thriving career in modeling has been “a dream come true.”
However, one of the most interesting responses from the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star’s rapid-fire Q&A was that she would love to make a cameo on another reality show: ABC’s The Bachelorette. (Her mom is already a mega fan and appeared on Bachelor Live during Ben Higgins’ season 20.)
Along with the beloved franchise, Kendall also revealed that her favorite movie is The Notebook, starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams. The comedy flick Bridesmaids, starring Rose Byrne, Maya Rudolph, Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy, without fail makes her laugh the most, while the 2008 film adaptation of Marley & Me, starring Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson, makes her cry. (We feel you, Kenny.)
She also discusses questions about her famous family, including which of her sisters makes her laugh the most (Kylie) and her current go-to (Khloe). Kendall also thinks her half-sister Kim Kardashian and brother-in-law Kanye West should name their next child “South” — if they have another.
The face of Estee Lauder goes on to reveal that one of the most surprising moments in her life was “when one of my sisters got pregnant.” Then, she changes her mind and says, “When Kanye proposed to Kim!” (The rapper proposed to Kardashian on her 33rd birthday back in October 2013. The plan was elaborate. West got down on one knee inside a baseball stadium in San Francisco with the help of a Chicago’s Symphony orchestra.)
Finally, Jenner rounds out her 73 Questions by sharing some insight about herself. If she wasn’t a model, she believes she would be “probably working on a farm somewhere.” She’d also like to have the superpower of being “invisible — whenever I wanted to be.”
“I’m a weirdo, I’m motivated and I’m jet-lagged,” she concludes. And by 30? She would like “happiness, love and a family.”