Kendall Jenner Got Emotional About Her Controversial Pepsi Ad on the 'KUWTK' Premiere

"I just felt so f*cking stupid."

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The Keeping Up With the Kardashians premiere didn't address any of the family's rumored pregnancies, but it did give the behind-the-scenes scoop on some KarJenner drama we had almost forgotten about—like Caitlyn's memoir and Kendall's controversial Pepsi ad.

After 45 minutes of footage of Kim and Kourtney spending time with Khloé in Cleveland, KUWTK cut to some drama: Kendall having an emotional moment with Kim, in which she opened up about her Pepsi ad drama without ever actually directly addressing it.

In a teary confessional video, Kendall discussed the impact the controversy had on her:

"I would never purposely hurt someone ever. And I would, obviously, if I knew that this was gonna be the outcome, like I would never have done something like this, but you don't know when you're in the moment and like, it, like I just felt so f*cking stupid. The fact that I would offend other people or hurt other people was definitely not the intent and that's what got me the most is that I would've ever made anyone else upset."

In the teaser for the rest of the season, KUWTK did actually tease a pregnancy announcement—Kim's. So we'll clearly have to wait a little longer for the official word on those Kylie and Khloé rumors.

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