Bruce is sick and tired of everyone speculating about his appearance so he is going to take matters into his own hands and reportedly discuss it with his ex-wife, Kris Jenner, on season 10 of ‘KUWTK.’ HollywoodLifers, do you think this is a good idea?
Bruce Jenner‘s manicured nails and long hair has been the subject of countless stories that he is in the process of transitioning to become a woman. But when InTouch photoshopped Bruce’s face on former Dynasty star, Stephanie Beacham, that was the final straw, according to Us Weekly. Now he is breaking his silence for the first time.
Bruce Jenner: ‘Changing Appearance’ Will Be Addressed On KUWTK Next Season
Bruce, 65, has decided to make his changing looks part of the season 10 plot of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
“[Bruce] was upset by InTouch’s story,” a source says. “Bruce and Kris address his changing appearance in a scene they shot together. It will be a plotline.”
It sounds like it has already been shot but we think Bruce should release a statement to put the rumors to rest.
Bruce and all six of her daughters went over to his Malibu home and a source told HollywoodLife.com that they wanted to comfort Bruce after the brutal story.
“It was all the girls’ idea to be with Bruce to check on him. They just wanted him to know that despite all the shit he’s going through in the media and in his own personal life, they wanted to reassure him that they love him and encourage him to do whatever it is he wants.”
Our source added: “Bruce was thankful for that. He needed to hear that. He needed those words of comfort. He told the girls he was ‘fine’ and told them ‘I’m so proud of all my girls. You’re all so beautiful, so talented in your own individual ways and I couldn’t be happier.'”
We are glad that Bruce has such a wonderful support system! We just don’t know if addressing this on their reality show will really put the rumors to an end.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Bruce should address his changing looks on KUWTK, in a statement or not at all?
— Chloe Melas, additional reporting by Eric Mitchell