Kendall Jenner Confesses Very Unexpected Phobia

The supermodel has a seriously strange fear.

Pancakes and honeycomb. Both delicious, sweet and, apparently terrifying for Kendall Jenner?

On Monday night the model confessed to her website, “Anyone who knows me knows that I have really bad trypophobia.

“Trypophobics are afraid of tiny little holes that are in weird patterns. Things that could set me off are pancakes, honeycomb or lotus heads.”

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Okay, so after a quick Google of the term we totally get her point. Not enough to stop us eating pancakes though…

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Kendall isn’t the only sister with a weird phobia. Khloe Kardashian has a fear of belly buttons, and it’s so bad she uses a mitt to wash her own!

Madonna has a phobia of thunderstorms

The Queen of Pop isn’t exempt either. Yes, she may be fearless in the fashion department but thunderstorms (astraphobia) send a shudder down Madge’s spine.


And Alexa Chung? When schmoozing over champagne together, never offer her an olive!

Having gobbled too many in one go, Alexa didn’t stop puking and had “olives stuck in her nose”, so she can’t bear the sight of them anymore.

Orlando Bloom has a fear of farm animals

Orlando Bloom has a fear of farm animals

As for Orlando Bloom, you’d think this heroic hunk wouldn’t be scared of anything, right? Well, apparently that’s everything except farm animals (swinophobia). LOL.

Model Pamela Anderson, meanwhile, is eisoptrophobic, meaning she can’t stand mirrors. Erm, what?! How else did she perfect that Baywatch run?

Next up, Cameron Diaz. A woman poised with many a talent, which apparently includes opening doorknobs with her elbows. Yep, the actress can’t stand touching them with her bare hands.

Rita Ora has a phobia of toilets

Rita Ora has a phobia of toilets

Undoubtedly though, the strangest phobia goes to Rita Ora. The songstress is seriously afraid of the loo in case something nasty pops up the pipes. She insists on going with the light on. Erm?


By Sophie Henderson