Khloé Kardashian Insists That Bruce Jenner Be Honest About His Journey …

18 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Bruce Jenner Tears Up Talking About His Transition With His Daughters: ”The Last Thing I Want to Do Is Hurt Any of You”.

As Bruce Jenner continues to navigate through more changes than most people face in a lifetime, one thing remains exactly the same—how much he loves his family. While the world watched the first part of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians: About Bruce special on E!, several members of the famous family took to social media to live-tweet their reactions to the candid—and at times difficult—episode surrounding Bruce Jenner’s decision to speak publically about his transition. (At this time, Bruce Jenner has not chosen to publicly identify as a woman and so E! The Olympic gold medalist couldn’t help but get emotional while talking several months ago with stepdaughters Kourtney, Kim and Khloé Kardashian and daughters Kendall and Kylie Jenner, all of them coming together to seek answers from their dad about his decision to finally start living as the woman he’s always felt himself to be. News will continue to refer to him as Bruce and use male pronouns, until he indicates otherwise.) “Kim has handled this transition with such grace and I’m incredibly proud to call her my sister…I hope you guys enjoyed tonight’s part 1 special of About Bruce.

The special made it clear that Bruce came out to each member of his family privately and off-camera — these were the follow-up conversations, particularly about Bruce’s plan to physically transition this year. He briefly addressed this question in his Diane Sawyer interview, but went into detail here. “Families of trans people often feel like they need to grieve the loss of the person that they thought they knew,” a message from Bruce reads on screen at the beginning. “My family’s feelings are included here in the hope that other families will know they are not alone; and to show that families move on from this grief. Today my family loves, supports and accepts me as I am — and I am so grateful.” The hour-long special stayed on that theme, as Kris and Bruce’s kids said how supportive they were of his decision, but still struggled to adjust to the news.

There were lots of home movies spliced between the footage, showing Bruce and the kids when they were younger, and illustrating how close the family has always been. That is not my intention.” “If I’m not honest because I’m afraid to talk to you about this subject, because I know it hurts, I understand that,” Bruce continues. “Am I doing it right, Khloe? Kendall, 19, cried as she talked about finding lipstick and women’s clothes in her dad’s room when she was younger and assumed he was having an affair.

The 33-year-old singer rolled in her mini-me on a large red stroller and brought along her stylish floral changing bag, which every mom knows is a necessity for a good night out. Khloe and Kendall didn’t know how to react to that, and both cried when Bruce said that it could happen in the next few months. “My sisters and I knew from whenever we found out years ago that Bruce was a cross dresser,” Khloe told the camera. “But we were never told that he was going to fully transition and become a woman.” Bruce apologized, explaining that since he’s had to keep secrets his whole life, it’s difficult to expose the whole truth now. “I just don’t like it when people say Bruce is going to be gone,” Khloe said through tears. “I don’t care that you want to do it … I support you, I’ve always supported you, but I don’t think it’s fair that you don’t tell us how close this is in the near future,” Khloe continued. “We’re still your kids.

The American Idol winner later took to the stage for a stunning performance of the touching ballad “Invincible” from her seventh studio album Piece By Piece. Let’s work together to be kind.” brought her husband Brandon Blackstock and daughter River Rose Blackstock with her backstage at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards Sunday night. Clarkson’s breathtaking rendition of her inspiring single with the lyrics “What was I running for/ I was hiding from the world/ I was so afraid/ I felt so unsure/ Now I am invincible,” garnered attention from all eyes in the room. You’ve probably already made the appointment.” At the end, Bruce sat down with all five kids and apologized for the disconnect that they all felt. “When you carry around a secret your whole life, what you have a tendency to do is you isolate yourself from the world,” he said. “I’ve done a lot of that.

That’s not a good thing.” He told them more about the procedures he needs done — he’s already had a nose job — but will have work done on his lips and forehead. Khloe, meanwhile, was upset once she realized that for someone to proceed with the physical transition, it requires months of consulting with hormone specialists, which means Bruce had this in the works for a long time. “He’s been planning this for probably a year and hasn’t deemed it necessarily to tell any of us,” she typed into her phone during the family sit-down, showing the words to Kendall as everyone else talked. Nick Jonas even admitted his excitement to see the diva sing live and dished about it to Entertainment Weekly. “Kelly Clarkson is one that I always enjoy watching,” he explained. “She has such a great voice.” This year’s event was hosted by none other than Ludacris and Chrissy Teigen—who were quite the dynamic duo, to say the least—and held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

One Direction, Britney Spears, Kelly Clarkson, Mariah Carey, Kanye West and many, many more brought the house to their feet with their unique performances throughout the night. Bruce emphasized he hoped that this can help other families going through the same thing. “Dealing with something like this, and I get it, is like dealing with a death in the family,” Bruce said to the camera. “You don’t look like them anymore, you somewhat act like them but not really.

The star-studded cast—which included Selena Gomez, Karlie Kloss, Ellen Pompeo, Mariska Hargitay, Cara Delevingne, Lena Dunham, and basically every other famous friend of the pop star—was action-packed and definitely didn’t disappoint. T.Swift had been slowly releasing the cast members for the Joseph Kahn-directed video on Twitter and finally gave fans what they’d been waiting for tonight! Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa followed by Meghan Trainor and John Legend gave two separate performances that perfectly highlighted their respective styles.

Best Rap Song at the BBMAs went to, drumroll, Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX for “Fancy” shortly before Khalifa sang his Paul Walker tribute track, “See You Again.” Celine Dion gave the award for Top Male Artist to the night’s major winner: Sam Smith—who proudly accepted silently via video as he was resting from vocal surgery. Several familiar faces from the hit show Empire then got up and showed off their musical chops during an awesome performance presented by Cookie Taraji P. Fellow Brit Ed Sheeran then gave a beautiful acoustic performance of “Bloodstream” just moments before “All About That Bass” won Billboard’s Top Hot 100 Song. And as if she couldn’t win another award, Swift took home the top prize for Billboard Chart Achievement. #CongratsTaylor quickly began trending around the world on Twitter—and understandably so! Kelly Clarkson and Imagine Dragons shared their own moments in the spotlight when they each gave low-key, but soulful performances towards the end of the evening.

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