Kendall Jenner is one super-talented woman. While we are sure that you are aware of most of her skills, but did you also know that she was a cheerleader during her high school days? Well, at The Ellen DeGeneres show, the supermodel was sort taken a trip down the memory lane after she was at the show to support the team of Cheer, an upcoming Netflix docu-series that is based on the life of Navarro College’s cheer team as they gear up for the big Daytona competition. Kendall Jenner also opened up on her love for the Navarro team.
Well, Ellen DeGeneres, who knew this well in advance, decided to take the model by a delightful surprise by calling a few Navarro teammates, including Jenner’s favourite cheerleader Morgan Simianer, at the show. Interestingly, Morgan also gifted Kendall Jenner her very own Navarro uniform. Further, the Navarro squad demonstrated the ‘Hand-in-hand’ routine, which was followed by a backflip. A glimpse from the episode sees them teaching something basic to Kendall and Andy. (ALSO READ - Kendall Jenner Gets Goofy While Showing Her ‘Wingspan’ Side; Khloe Trolls Her Sister And How)
The guys then lifted Kendall from her feet in the ready position. They hoisted Kendall high and the cheerleader within her got excited, as she raised her arms with a high V. Well, Kendall was extremely excited to pull off the move and upon her departure, she jumped with joy.
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Recently, Kendall Jenner had revealed her biggest turn in bed. “Someone who is confident and I really like a witty person. Someone who can make me laugh. The sillier you are, the more yourself you are, the more unfiltered you are. I think the better.” As for her turn-offs, she said, “I guess someone who’s too filtered, someone who is trying to be something they are not or is trying to prove something.”
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