Kendall Jenner: Kris Jenner Thinks It's Ok For Me To Date

Good news for Justin Bieber’s teenage music producer pal – Kris Jenner is OK with daughter Kendall Jenner dating – at least according to 15-year-old Kendall.

“I guess she’s fine with it. It’s not that big of deal to her, like if I go on a date or anything,” Kendall, a paid spokesperson for Varsity Spirit Corporation, told Kit Hoover and guest co-host Arsenio Hall on Thursday’s Access Hollywood Live as she promoted National School Spirit Day (September 9).

Earlier this month, the Biebs attempted to help a friend – Julian Swirsky – get a date with Kendall, via Twitter. Kendall agreed if Justin promised to make it a double date, with the Canadian singing sensation bringing his lady, Selena Gomez.

But, while Kris is OK with her daughter dating, dad Bruce Jenner, is a little tougher.

“My dad’s a little more strict on it,” she said.

Kendall told Arsenio and Kit that plans for the date still haven’t come to fruition, and she doesn’t know much about her prospective suitor.

“I guess he’s like a music producer,” she said.

“We haven’t talked about it yet,” she added, of the details of the date with the 16-year-old.

Kendall recently had a big date of another kind over the weekend, when sister Kim Kardashian married New Jersey Nets star Kris Humphries, and she loved donning Vera Wang and attending the big bash.

“I had a great time, like an amazing time,” she said.

With Kim married to Kris, and off to do another season of “Kim & Kourtney Take New York,” Khloe Kardashian with her own reality show with husband Lamar Odom, Kendall and Kylie Jenner are becoming more of a focus on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” and the teen said she’s finally ready to step in the spotlight.

“We’re having so much fun,” Kendall said. “Kylie and I are really happy… We weren’t really a big deal in the show a while ago… We didn’t even really wanna be in it, in the show too much, we were just not into it, we were in school, we wanted to be with our friends, have fun, play dates, whatever.”

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