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Kendall Jenner Dreams Of Being A Victoria's Secret Angel

Dale Chong |
April 19, 2013 | 9:18 p.m. PDT

Staff Reporter

Kendall Jenner dreams of becoming an Angel (TwitPic)
Kendall Jenner dreams of becoming an Angel (TwitPic)
She may star in 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians', but there's much more to Kendall Jenner than being part of Hollywood's most talked-about family. Rather than simply being a shining personality in the limelight, the 17-year old as made modeling her number one priority.

Despite the young celebrity's growing modeling career among the high fashion runways, she mentions how she would love to work for Victoria's Secret in a recent interview with E! Hollywood News. While Kendall Jenner isn't quite as, well, bodacious as most of the world-famous lingerie brand, walking as an Angel "has always been kind of a dream of [hers]".

However, Kendall Jenner's dream of walking the Victoria's Secret runway might be too much for parents to handle. Recently, parents across the nation have found the lingerie franchise's recent PINK ad campaign to be too provocative for the teenage audience. Even though Jenner has a fairly established modeling career, many could see her as too young to even consider the idea. Parading around and posing in scantily clad attire is just simply too risqué for some to handle--there was already enough buzz about Miley Cyrus's Vanity Fair cover in 2008.

Of course, it is no surprise that she dreams of modeling for Victoria's Secret. The company's annual fashion show, dubbed the sexiest night on television, attracts young girls from anywhere and everywhere who dream of being an Angel. While Kendall Jenner may still be in her teen years, she is on the brink of adulthood. After all, super model Karlie Kloss made her Victoria's Secret debut at the age of 19. 

Kendall Jenner's dream of modeling for Victoria's Secret is quite normal for a young aspiring model, especially one who grew up in the United States. As her modeling career is just taking off, maybe, one day, her dream will come true, and she'll finally get her wings. 

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