Kendall Jenner says she was told to 'take the shirt off' in very first runway show

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In an appearance on The Late Late Show, Kendall Jenner helped out rumored ex-boyfriend Harry Styles as he filled in as host for James Corden.

After a nauseating game of Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts, 24-year-old Jenner sat in the interview seat alongside actress Tracee Ellis Ross, where she talked about her very first runway experience.

During the interview segment, Styles pointed out that Ross, who is the daughter of singer Diana Ross, and Jenner had something major in common - modeling. Styles just so happened to have a photo on hand of Ross on the runway for Thierry Mugler in the early ‘90s, which Jenner loved.

“You know the Mugler shows are my favorite,” The Keeping Up With The Kardashians actress said, adding, “Tell me everything - what was the drama backstage?”

Naturally, Ross didn’t disappoint, saying, “I was terrified because my boobies were out and I was 19-years-old, and I was like, my mom’s going to be furious, I can’t do this.”

The actress went on to explain that after receiving encouragement from none other than supermodel Naomi Campbell, she walked the runway with confidence.

“My mom would tell me to do the same thing,” Jenner replied, agreeing with Campbell. She then shared that she had a similar experience for her first runway show (Jenner walked the Marc Jacobs runway in 2014 in a completely sheer top).

“My boobs were out the first show I ever did,” said the model, who has since donned dozens of sheer tops on and off the runway. “I had just turned 18 and they were like, ‘Take the shirt off,’” Jenner continued, to which Styles replied, “Modeling sounds fun!”

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