Caitlyn Jenner scared of being sent to men’s jail

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‘I am Cait’: Kris finally meets Caitlyn Jenner and more in reality TV this week.

‘I remember you back in the ’80s and I had obviously all of my issues and this and that and obviously I followed you and I’m so glad to see you back and be here tonight and celebrate that,’ Caitlyn said.Kris meets Caitlyn: Tensions mounted on I Am Cait this week, when Caitlyn Jenner faced the world to receive her ESPYs award and came face-to-face with ex-wife Kris Jenner for the first time since her transition.The reality star, 65, did just that when she met Boy George, an icon in the LGBTQ community, during a backstage meet-and-greet for one of the British singer’s concerts. George replied: ‘You know what it is, I that I think you—now that you’re getting a little bit older—you operate from a different level of consciousness.

First, the pressures of publicly receiving the Arthur Ashe Courage Award weighed heavily on Cait, leading up to the big day. “It’s a tough place to have your first public appearance, to say the least,” she stated. Of course, the first family of reality television has made its fortune partially by hawking a diverse array of products, like Silly Bandz, toilet paper and even intimacy oil. But in a white Versace gown, with her herd of children in the audience, she bravely delivered her speech to an outpouring of positive audience applause. And I’m only really enjoying that now, ’cause I’m sober and I’m sensible.” Jenner, who attended the concert with fellow trans star Candis Cayne, was greeted with a standing ovation from George’s fans when she took to the stage to introduce his set.

The pinnacle moment proved slightly bittersweet for the transgender celebrity however, as she realized that this was the first major event that Kris Jenner hadn’t been in attendance to support. “Honestly, I don’t think I’ve been ready for the big Kris meeting and talk,” she said. Jenner’s 52-second vid — shot on a selfie-stick! — is for fans wondering how her skincare has changed since transitioning, she wrote on In their first anticipated meeting, Kris arrived at the door and immediately paid compliments. “Look at you,” Kris said, eyeing her ex. “Nice shoes.” Bloodbath in paradise: After six weeks of tropical dates amongst the sun and sand in Mexico, only three couples survived each other and earned a final rose when Bachelor in Paradise came to a dramatic end this week. Once promising couple Carly Waddell and Kirk DeWindt left paradise in a relationship-shattering haze, there was no telling who would make it to the end.

Kirk had blindsided Carly by telling her his feelings were fleeting and broke it off, leaving Carly a wreck. “I hate you,” she cried as she packed up her things and exited the resort. “That was the worst breakup I’ve ever had in my entire life,” he said. The remaining couples were left to brush off the breakup vibes and head out on fantasy suites dates to decide if their flings could make it in the real world.

While Samantha Steffen and Nick Peterson chose to hold onto their shallow romance, Joshua Albers and Tenley Molzahn called it quits, as a long-distance relationship didn’t offer much of a future. Which twin gets evicted?: Liz and Julia Nolan entered the game as one houseguest, the twin twist allowed them to play individually and the Austwins alliance brought them to the final six, but this week, the Miami-twins were detached during the season’s most anticipated eviction. The reign was running smoothly for Steve and his alliance members Vanessa Rousso and Johnny Mac, but their only fear was that alternate-twin, Julia would win the Power of Veto, taking her sister off the block and forcing one of them to go up in her place. During the PoV, Vanessa made a bold move and tricked Julia into going head-to-head with her own ally Austin in a competition-style bowl-off to make sure that didn’t happen. Dangerous fall: The season’s Top 10 finalists were determined on America’s Got Talent during a heart-pounding week that witnessed one performer nearly seriously injure himself during the live broadcast.

The judges and audience held their breath as he climbed to the top of an extremely tall and unsteady ladder, but once at the top, he horrifically fell backwards all the way to the ground. Although thankfully he wasn’t hurt, he begged the judges for another attempt at the act, but they were unable to grant him more time, due to live-show restrictions. New Host Alert: The Biggest Loser’s long-time trainer Bob Harper will replace Alison Sweeney as the series’ host when the competition returns with its seventeenth season.

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