Kylie Jenner revealed her biggest fear on the Ellen Show and it's WILD

13 September 2019, 17:07

Jazmin Duribe

By Jazmin Duribe

Kylie Jenner answered everyone's burning questions and the results were surprising.

Being a business-owning billionaire, you'd probably think that Kylie Jenner isn't afraid of anything. But she's actually harbouring a very specific phobia.

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The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star opened up about her deepest, darkest fear on the Ellen DeGeneres Show during a game of Burning Questions. Kylie wasn't alone, though. She brought her adorable one-year-old daughter Stormi Webster along for the ride and she kind of stole the entire show.

Kylie Jenner attends the premiere of Netflix&squot;s "Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly".
Kylie Jenner attends the premiere of Netflix's "Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly". Picture: Rich Fury/Staff, TheEllenShow via YouTube

Kylie was asked what the strangest thing she was afraid of was, and she replied: "The strangest thing I’m afraid of is, like, dust in a cup. I don't know why. It's, like, one of my pet peeves when there’s a lot of dust in a cup and it’s getting in my system."

Er, not sure about you but how often do your cups even acquire dust!? Where is Kylie storing her cups? Does this happen to her regularly? So. Many. Questions.

Watch Kylie Jenner's Burning Questions game here.

Kylie Jenner & Stormi Answer Ellen’s ‘Burning Questions’

The internet was also extremely confused...but they also kind of got it?

That wasn't the only thing Kylie revealed either, she said she would like to collaborate with Stormi (I would like to see it), that she used to sneak out of the house when she was a teenager, and that her boyfriend Travis Scott smells like "weed".

"Travis Scott smells like...he takes a shower in the morning usually, so he smells like fresh shower and fresh cologne," she said, before adding another comment a few minutes later.


"Wait, he also smells like weed a lot."