Khloé Kardashian Shows Off Her Curves While Attending The Weeknd’s L.A. Show …

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Caitlyn Jenner makes ‘TIME’ short list for ‘Person of Year’.

It was a family affair for the Kardashian-Jenners at ‘s concert in Inglewood, California, on Wednesday night – but all eyes were definitely on Khloé Kardashian.Donald Trump’s truculence notwithstanding, he wasn’t the only one who lost out to German Chancellor Angela Merkel for TIME magazine’s Person of Year: Caitlyn Jenner made the short list, too.The ‘I Am Cait’ star – who was known as Bruce Jenner before undergoing a gender transition – has joked that she’s ready to step in the spotlight alongside Kendall and Kylie Jenner and stepchildren Kim Kardashian West, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian. Wearing a curve-hugging and thigh-revealing ribbed black dress, the 31-year-old Strong Looks Better Naked author looked toned and trim for The Forum-held concert.

The list, in order, included Trump at Number 3, preceded by a terrorist, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, head of the Islamic State so-called caliphate, currently wreaking murderous havoc in much of the world. The mother-of-six looked to channel her inner grunge goddess as she prepared to dance the night away in a low-cut black T-shirt, made even more plunging by her decision to hang both her glasses and shades from the neck, and ripped skinny jeans. Trump was followed by the Black Lives Matter activists, who have “blossomed from a protest cry into a genuine political movement”; Iran President Hassan Rouhani, and Uber founder Travis Kalanick. Opting for an on trend layered look, Kris paired a velvet blazer, which boasted slick silk lapels, beneath a harmonising jacket that was emblazoned with militant gold button detailing.

Jenner, formerly known as the Olympic athlete Bruce Jenner, was Number 7, as what TIME called “the most famous transgender woman in the world” and the most visible star in a banner year for transgender people in America. Though perhaps the boldest part of the look were the combat-inspired boots she sported, which featured two intertwined golden eagles brandished across the tongue. Jenner’s generation-spanning fame — reality TV star and father/stepfather to the Kardashian clan — made her announcement about her gender transition “a global media event,” TIME said. “Roughly 17 million people watched Jenner explain that she identifies as a woman in an April interview with Diane Sawyer.

Her signature short brunette locks were worn in a sleek, yet voluminous, style around her youthful face that had been enhanced with a copper smokey eyeshadow look and a dewy nude lipstick. Vanity Fair’s website shattered traffic records when a corseted Caitlyn was introduced on the magazine’s cover in June. “The same day, Jenner joined Twitter and had a million followers in four hours — less time than it took President Obama to reach that mark. Kim, husband Kanye West, daughter North and Saint are still staying with Kris in her Calabasas home, PEOPLE has learned, and have already left the hospital to take up at their temporary digs.

Speaking about her daughter Kim Kardashian’s birth to Entertainment Tonight, the reality star said that the 35-year-old beauty was not in the best mood while in the hospital. She received countless supportive messages, including one from the president, along with plenty of hate and mockery.” “What a responsibility I have towards this community,” she said. “I just hope I get it right … I am so excited about the future, and hopefully I can have an impact in opening up this conversation.” She shared: “Yesterday was significant, because my name and gender change came through. Now he’s home, so we’re happy that everyone’s safe and sound and all tucked in, so it’s good.’ As far as the name Saint, she said: ‘It took them a few days and then they said this is the name, I’m not sure exactly where, but I’m sure they’ll let us, will tell us sooner or later.’

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