Kendall Jenner revealed a surprising and emotional story about how haters trolled her for her skin at last year's Golden Globes.
The model's mom, Kris Jenner, took to Twitter, sharing another look at the upcoming interview, which she says will be available to view on her daughter's Twitter feed on Sunday night. She also said she was proud of her ability to "help foster a positive dialogue" and work as a testament to the "incredible woman" she has become.
The model's famous manager mother, Kris Jenner, made everyone all nervous on Saturday (January 5) when she teased a campaign on Instagram for what she swore up and down would be Kendall's most courageous confession yet. "And I experience it".
There were many followers of Kendall Jenner who were hoping that the United States star's proclamation would be that she was queer. And like, 'I understand you.
Jenner revealed that she was the new face of Proactiv and had been battling acne!
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"When I was 14, I couldn't reach as many people as I can now", Kendall says.
She discussed how she felt the night she attended the 2018 Golden Globes. Kris' hashtags, which included #bethechange, #shareyourstory, #changetheconversation and #mydaughterinspires me, hinted at something inspiring: "Be prepared to be moved", she wrote.
"Sis played all of us. she really had me thinking... maybe she's finally gonna come out, but then sis told us she had acne". "Then I read all the terrible things people were saying about me and my skin". "I had exhausted all other options and [decided to] try Proactiv".
In a teaser video, Jenner fidgets behind the scenes at a shoot as she gets ready to spill. It really worked for me. In the ad, Kendall recalls getting criticism (and support) after she was pictured with visible acne on the Golden Globes red carpet a year ago.