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Friday 28 August 2015

Kylie Jenner 'desperate to date Bieber'

Published 17/08/2014

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner was apparently "close to tears" after she saw that her sister Kendall had been hanging out with Justin Bieber.

The 17-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has been linked to the 20-year-old singer in the past and he was one of the many wishing her a happy birthday on Twitter recently.

However, following Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci's recent lavish birthday party in Ibiza it was claimed Justin had been spending time with Kylie's model sister Kendall, 18. This is said to have upset her little sibling.

"Kendall knows full well that her sister loves Justin. Kylie's been desperate to date him for a long time, so for Kendall to hook up with him is pretty poor form," an insider told British magazine Heat. "LA is nine hours behind Spain, so it was the middle of the afternoon when Kylie saw Kendall's steamy Instagram pictures with Justin. She tried to pretend that she didn't care, but she was close to tears."

It was claimed Kendall and Justin left the party together and while that is true, new reports suggest they were actually with a big group of young people.

The sisters' family are getting involved in things too, with claims they are all siding with one of the siblings as everyone has strong feelings on the topic.

"It's caused a major split in the family, with everyone taking sides. Her mom Kris thinks it's a great idea to increase Kendall's profile - and was at the party, too, encouraging them - but her dad Bruce is really upset," the source claimed.

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