Kylie Jenner says her reality show will be 'intimate'
Kylie Jenner thinks her reality show 'Life of Kylie' will be "much more intimate" than 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' because she opens up about her personal life.
The 19-year-old television personality is set to launch her own spin-off programme later this month, and the raven-haired beauty believes her tell-all show will enable her audience to get a better insight into her and her personal life because she has opened herself up more.
Speaking about her forthcoming venture to GQ Germany magazine, the reality star said: "Life of Kylie is much more intimate than Keeping Up with the Kardashians, I open myself more.
"The viewers will get a look behind the scenes, they see me with makeup and without, at work and in my free time with my closest friends."
And the teen entrepreneur - who set up her beauty empire Kylie Cosmetics in January last year - is glad she can "finally show everything" about herself, and she has likened the filming process to "therapy".
She said: "I can finally show everything, all sides of me and who I really am. For me, it feels like therapy."
Jenner was brought up in the limelight and she has admitted she is "grateful" for all of the opportunities that she has been able to take on, although she doesn't know how her life would have mapped out if she wasn't thrust in front of the camera at such a young age.
The teenage star - who first appeared on the popular E! show in 2007 - said: "All in all, I am grateful for all the opportunities that have arisen for me because I am part of this show. But if I had really had a choice at the time, I had no idea how I would have chosen."
And while the youngest member of the Kardashian/Jenner brood would willingly ditch social media, she thinks she could only go without tuning into Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter for 24 hours. .
She explained: "I would find it very exciting to try this life, but only for 24 hours. My generation has grown up with the social media, and I am very happy about it. Even if I sometimes switch off my mobile phone and just want my peace."