With 96.3 million followers on Instagram, there's hardly a person on Earth who doesn't know who Kylie Jenner is right now. At least, that's how it feels to the makeup mogul, who shared her take on fame in her new docuseries Life of Kylie.
"It's hard to do normal things when every single person knows who you are," Kylie lamented on the show.
During the course of the show's green-screen interviews, she decided to have her very first therapy session. Viewers were taken into the office of a therapist who preferred to remain anonymous and mostly off-camera. Kylie told her therapist that she feels like she has lost a lot of her funny side over the years as she has been a target of social media's "mean, negative space," where people make destructive comments daily.
"I always wanted to try it," she admitted of the therapeutic process. The therapist asked why, and she said, "Just to figure out where I want to go in life and I only talk to people in my closest circle about how I feel."
That circle includes her best friend Jordyn Woods, who took her for what appears to be her first night walk on a beach. Kylie loved being there in her sweats and said she doesn't want her picture taken all the time and would just love to wear sweats like that every day. "I just want to run away," she confessed to Jordyn, describing how she feels about fame. "I don't know who I'm doing it for."
It's a dramatic way to end the first two episodes of Life of Kylie, but don't worry: she may not be in a hurry to pull the plug on public life (even though she thinks that fame could end "sooner than we know it") because it helps to fuel her passion, her cosmetic company. But it's clear that Kylie would like a little space and time to figure it all out, cameras on or off.