Jaden Smith on his relationship with Kylie Jenner: "It"s pretty awesome!"

'It's pretty awesome!' Jaden Smith opens up about his relationship with Kylie Jenner for the first time

By
Irving Oala

PUBLISHED:

02:09 GMT, 18 April 2013

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UPDATED:

07:14 GMT, 18 April 2013

There's nothing quite as exciting as young love.

And Jaden Smith's delight in his budding romance with Kylie Jenner was obvious as he opened up about their relationship for the first time.

The actor/rapper son of Will Smith, 14, described his relationship with the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star as 'pretty awesome' and called the 15-year-old 'one of my best friends'.

More than friends Jaden Smith, 14 year-old son of Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith, hints at a relationship with 15 year-old Kardashian star Kylie Jenner in a recent interview with Wonderland magazine

More than friends Jaden Smith, 14 year-old son of Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith, hints at a relationship with 15 year-old Kardashian star Kylie Jenner in a recent interview with Wonderland magazine

'I was in LA, we were all hanging
out. Then I went to New York and she came too, then she came here and
surprised me, so that's pretty baller,' the Karate Kid star told Wonderland magazine in an exclusive interview for their May issue.

'She's one of my best friends. It's pretty awesome .'

It comes after speculation was
sparked when Kylie was spotted at a Justin Bieber concert in London last
month, where Smith was performing as one of the opening acts.

As
the son of superstar actor and musician Will Smith and actress Jada
Pinkett-Smith, the young teenager has a plethora of experiences and
opportunities that most people could only fantasize about.

Travel buddies: Smithe and Jenner met up in London, where The Karate Kid star was performing with Justin Bieber

Travel buddies: Smith and Jenner met up in London last month, where The Karate Kid star was performing with Justin Bieber

Her recently joined his famous parents and 12 year-old younger sister Willow on a trip to the White House, where he had the opportunity to chat with President Obama in the President's Situation Room.

'I talked to President Obama about extraterrestrials,' he told the magazine.

'He said he could neither confirm nor deny the existence of aliens, which means they're real.

'If people think we're the only people that live in this universe, then something is wrong with them.'

Music industry contacts: Usher, Justin Bieber and Smith at the Grammy Awards in February

Music industry contacts: Usher, Justin Bieber and Smith at the Grammy Awards in February

Featured act: Smith, sporting cheetah print pants, has been performing with Justin Bieber on Never Say Never, hoping to launch his music career

Featured act: Smith, sporting cheetah print pants, has been performing with Justin Bieber on Never Say Never, hoping to launch his music career

The young talent has also been trying to follow in his trailblazing father's very large entertainment industry footsteps.

Not only has his music career been given an instant shot in the arm by being featured on Never Say Never with Justin Bieber, but he's also being groomed into one day becoming a leading man on the big screen.

Once he is legally a man, of course.

After his most recent lead in the remake of The Karate Kid, opposite international action star Jackie Chan, Smith will once again star with his father in After Earth, the M. Night Shyamalan-directed science fiction epic due out June 7th.

The next leading man Smith's next film after his successful remake of The Karate Kid is sci-fi summer blockbuster After Earth

The next leading man Smith's next film after his successful remake of The Karate Kid is sci-fi summer blockbuster After Earth

Growing up fast: The talented young teenager behind the scenes at the first weekend of the recent Coachella Valley Music Festival

Growing up fast: The talented young teenager behind the scenes at the first weekend of the recent Coachella Valley Music Festival