Kylie Jenner is the cover girl for Seventeen Prom. She’s wearing a pretty prom dress, isn’t she? It’s kind of ironic that Kylie’s covering Seventeen’s Prom issue since she and Kendall Jenner both dropped out of regular school to be home schooled. That’s the Hollywood way, I guess. Here are some excerpts from Kylie’s interview with the magazine:
Own your confidence: “Since I was 9 years old, I’ve been in the entertainment business, and everyone is always telling me what – and what not – to do…you just get a tough skin and have to not care about what people think or you will not end up in a good place.”
Choose your date very wisely: “I don’t have a boyfriend, but I do really want that boyfriend prom experience. I would want to go with someone who’s not afraid, or doesn’t think that he’s too cool, to show up at my house with a rose corsage. It would be nice for the guy to come over and be respectful and nice while my mom takes prom pics. But if I couldn’t find a boyfriend, I would want to go with one of my best guy friends, like Jaden [Smith]. I know I’d have fun with him – he makes me laugh and he is a great dancer.”
Don’t break the budget: “I borrow things from my sisters’ closets all of the time. For prom, I’d probably raid Khloe’s for shoes (she has the best shoes!), and Kim’s for dresses and handbags because I really admire her style a lot… You don’t have to go to some fancy restaurant for dinner either. Food is food, right? I’d definitely be at In-N-Out for a burger!”
Don’t be afraid to ask a guy to dance: “I love to dance, so I’m definitely always the first one out on the dance floor. And when it comes to guys, I don’t get shy. So if I wasn’t with a date, I wouldn’t have a problem going up to a guy and just saying, ‘Are you gonna dance with me?’ Trust me, it’ll work for you too! Guys like it when you aren’t afraid to make the first move.”
Kylie has some good advice for teens preparing for prom! You can read her entire interview in the annual issue of Seventeen Prom, which hits newsstands on December 25th.
Photos by Dewey Nicks/Seventeen