Kendall Jenner cried ''for days'' when she was asked to star in the Victoria's Secret Show in 2015 and 2016.
Kendall Jenner cried ''for days'' when she was asked to star in the Victoria's Secret Show.
The 21-year-old 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who graced the catwalk last year for the lingerie giant's annual showcase and returned to model on the brands runway this year - has admitted she sobbed for hours and hours after receiving the call asking her to star in the highly coveted show in November, and had the same reaction last year as well.
Speaking in a video, which has been posted on 10magazine.com, the brunette beauty said: ''The first time I got this show I cried for days, and the second time was the same thing. It never gets old.''
And the model has revealed she was taken aback by the offer to feature in the show alongside Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima, Gigi and Bella Hadid because it has been a ''dream'' for her ever since she was a young girl.
She explained: ''Definitely, it's been a dream of mine for so long. I have watched the show since I was a kid.''
The catwalk icon - who is rumoured to be dating rapper A$AP Rocky, whose real name is Rakim Mayers - has admitted her sole aim was to inspire budding models and other females to be ''powerful'' and ''confident'' when she donned a racy cream and black lace underwear ensemble and black feathered wings during the show.
She said: ''I think when you watch the show and you look at all the girls they are exactly the girls you want to be. They are powerful, they're confident. That's what I want to be to some young girl watching the show. Just a powerful, strong woman.''
Meanwhile, the television personality - who is the daughter of Kris Jenner, 61, and her former partner Bruce Jenner, who is now known as Caitlyn - has revealed on her time off she enjoys nothing more than ''chilling out'' with her friends and family.
She explained: ''I think that because I do travel so much, my favourite thing to do is to just cvhill out and be with my friends and family.''
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