Poor Justin Bieber! Mom manager Kris Jenner is reportedly pushing her daughter Kendall Jenner on the pop superstar, something Selena Gomez surely won't be happy about.
Kris must be going through a pretty tough time right now since her daughters are all setting down. Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian are married and wanting to have kids, while Kourtney Kardashian already has a toddler. Kris probably fears that the interest in her grown daughters' lives will wane somewhat as their lifestyles drastically change, and she might also worry that her clan will want to raise their kids out of the spotlight. However, she reportedly has a backup plan.
If Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe decide to shun the spotlight, her younger daughters Kylie and Kendall Jenner are waiting in the wings as their understudies. And since Kendall has already become a successful model, Kris seems to see her as her next big moneymaker. And what better way to increase her star status than by having her date Justin Bieber?
According to Star magazine, Kris Jenner is doing whatever she can to get Kendall Jenner to date Justin. She apparently doesn't care that he would have to break up with sweetie Selena Gomez, and Kim Kardashian even invited him to her wedding in an effort to play matchmaker for her sister.
Star also alleges that Kim purposely invited Justin Bieber to her wedding sans Selena. However, this report is a little dubious since others say that Selena was invited and simply couldn't make it because of a conflicting concert performance.
It's hard to imagine the Biebs dating Kendall, anyway -- the tall teen towers over the pint-sized pop star, and it's unlikely that the baby-faced boy would want to look even shorter and less masculine standing next to her. However, Kris Jenner would probably be thrilled if her daughter started dating the mega star.
So what do you think -- is Kris really hoping to use her daughter to get Justin and Selena to break up for her own personal gain, or is this too devious of a publicity stunt even for her?
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