At the 2015 ESPYs, Caitlyn Jenner wowed the crowd with a powerful acceptance speech for the Arthur Ashe Courage Award in a white, floor-length dress.
As previously reported, the rumors surfaced after “Kardashian Dynasty: The Controversial Rise of America’s Royal Family” author Ian Halperin told The Wrap Jenner thought the transition was “much harder than anticipated” and may detransition “in the next couple years.”
What's Caitlyn Jenner looking forward to this year? To continue on the same "amazing" note as 2015. Jenner, 66, sent a special message via her WhoSay account on Friday. Happy New Year, my friends! I hope 2016 is treating you fabulously already.
The report on the police investigation into a deadly four-car accident involving Caitlyn Jenner is being turned over to a prosecutor and could lead to a misdemeanor manslaughter charge against the reality television star, a Los Angeles County Sheriff's detective said Thursday.
"I am Cait" leaned a little catty in its second episode, with Caitlyn Jenner cast in the role of the pretty party girl who doesn't realize how easy she's had it. Out publicly as a transgender woman for only about two weeks, Jenner is worried about the sound of her voice. "That can out you any time," she says. "You look great, you look fabulous and then" -- she drops her pitch as far as it will go -- "YOU OPEN UP YOUR VOICE."
Caitlyn Jenner's new reality TV show drew 2.7 million viewers for its weekend premiere, according to ratings data released on Tuesday, a vast drop from the 17 million people who watched the former Olympic champion come out as a transgender woman in an April TV interview. Jenner's show "I am Cait," broadcast on cable network E! on Sunday, chronicles the former Bruce Jenner's adjustment to life as a woman and transgender spokesperson, along with reactions from Jenner's family, including members of reality TV's Kardashian clan.
Caitlyn Jenner absolutely slayed at the 2015 ESPYs. She looked amazing, what she said was inspiring, but for Caitlyn, it took a whole lot of courage to get up on that stage. The awards were her first major appearance since revealing her new identity on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine back in June, and the 65-year-old has since revealed how nerve-wracking the whole thing was.
Caitlyn Jenner has constantly been making the headlines since she unveiled her new look as a transgender woman for the first time on Vanity Fair. The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star has become such a huge commodity in the entertainment industry that ABC is reportedly hoping to get her to join “Dancing with the Stars” season 21. Caitlyn, formerly known as Bruce Jenner on “KUWTK,” unveiled her new look on the July 2015 cover of Vanity Fair. Unfortunately for ABC, the network seems to be “losing hope on getting Caitlyn for the show,” according to what a source revealed to Hollywood Life.
To the next chapter! Caitlyn Jenner is ready to show the world exactly who she is — in exactly one month! A new sneak peek of her upcoming E! series, I Am Cait, dropped on Friday, June 26, proving that the former Olympian is still sticking to her favorite hobbies. This time, she's just adding to the list!
Caitlyn Jenner is heartbroken after three of her children refused to spend Father’s Day with her, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report. A source close to the former Keeping Up With the Kardashians patriarch exclusively tells Radar that Jenner is especially hurt since “all were invited to spend the day with her, and it was their choice not to go.”
Caitlyn Jenner is wasting no time showing the world her new life as a transgender woman. Just days after appearing on the cover of Vanity Fair, the woman formerly known as Bruce Jenner stars in a new promo for her new E! documentary series, "I Am Cait." The eight-part series of one-hour episodes will explore the reality star's new life as the person she says she was born to be.
After Bruce Jenner’s highly publicized transition to Caitlyn Jenner — well-documented on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” in a Diane Sawyer interview and in a Vanity Fair cover that made her arguably the most famous transgender person in the world — a lesser star of the media universe took to social media to say: No way.
Jon Stewart doesn't like what's being said about Caitlyn Jenner's appearance. By introducing herself to the world via Vanity Fair Monday, Caitlyn—formerly known as Bruce Jenner—said she felt "free." Unfortunately, posing for the magazine's July issue also opened her up to criticism.
Caitlyn Jenner will always be an Olympic hero. Jenner was crowned "the world's greatest athlete" after winning the decathlon and gold medal in 1976. "I think she's going to be totally embraced by her fellow Olympians and all her fans," Olympic gold medal diver Greg Louganis told me last night at the premiere of Entourage (in theaters on June 3). "I think it's a great. I think it's wonderful that she can be herself."
Former Nickelodeon star Drake Bell is under fire after he tweeted "Sorry...still calling you Bruce" when the world met Caitlyn Jenner on Monday. After Vanity Fair released its new cover featuring Jenner and the headline "Call me Caitlyn," fans quickly embraced the former Olympic athlete, who at 65 recently revealed that she would be transitioning. Jenner joined Twitter, tweeting the cover and an introduction to who she is now.
Caitlyn Jenner made her public debut on Monday on the cover of Vanity Fair. A photograph of Ms. Jenner, shot by Annie Leibovitz, accompanied an article on her transition to a woman after long identifying herself as a man named Bruce. It immediately became a sensation on social media when the magazine posted the article online.
Bruce Jenner, whose transition from male to female was officially unveiled in April, reveals a new look and new identity on the cover of next month’s Vanity Fair under the banner headline “Call me Caitlyn.” The 65-year-old Olympic champion was photographed by Annie Leibovitz and interviewed by Buzz Bissinger at her Malibu home and tells Bissinger, the “Friday Night Lights” author:
Bruce is fulfilling his lifelong dream of becoming a woman, but there are necessary steps he must take to legally become one. So what exactly must he do? HollywoodLife.com talked to experts who weighed in on the tricky process! Bruce Jenner, 65, is already a woman in his heart, but not yet legally. Though the Jenner patriarch has taken huge steps to complete his gender transformation, there are legal steps he must also take. From obtaining a court order to providing necessary documentation from a physician, HollywoodLife.com has the scoop from top legal experts on how Bruce will legally become a woman.
Brrr, it's cold in here! The Kardashians hit the slopes following their intimate special discussing Bruce Jenner's transition, and they brought plenty of baggage. This week's episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians chronicled the family's vacation in Montana, which gave everyone a chance to process Bruce's change. Highlights included Khloe Kardashian face-planting her way down a mountain, Kylie Jenner dealing with her emotions, and Kim Kardashian telling her BFF Jonathan Cheban the truth about Bruce.
Kris Jenner describes her more than 20-year marriage to Bruce as "kind of a match made in heaven." Subscribe now for instant access to new details on how she feels about his transition journey, only in PEOPLE. It's been a difficult month for Kris Jenner as she adjusts to a new reality after her ex-husband Bruce publicly announced that he is transitioning from male to female.