Kim Kardashian has a Glam Team that she wants to keep to herself, but she’s willing to share her fashionista fondness with stepfather Bruce Jenner, said the reality TV star. Kim’s announcement follows Jenner’s revealing interview with Diane Sawyer about plans to transition into a woman, reported Us Weekly.
Talking with Jimmy Kimmel, Kim emphasized that she sincerely wants to help Bruce succeed in every way with the transition. She also expressed her appreciation for the support that he received, not just from family, but from friends, celebrities, and the general public.
“Bruce is doing really well, he is so happy and I think it’s a sense of relief from all of the amazing support that he’s felt. It’s a really brave thing to come out and be so truthful. And to have all of that support just meant the world to him, and our family.”
As to what’s next for Jenner? He can look to Kim for advice on how to dress, she promised.
“I said, ‘The only thing is, whatever you do, do not steal my glam team, they are mine!'” she joked.
“I did tell him that, whatever help you need, you need to look and feel your best. If you need any help with anything, style-wise, glam-wise, I’m here to help you.”
For now, Bruce is enjoying the freedom that he feels after his revelation about his journey to becoming a woman, reported People.
“He’s relieved,” said an insider. “He feels like a big weight is off his shoulders.”
With plans for a “glam room,” Bruce is daring to be more public and open about his preferred attire and hairstyle, added a source.
“He’s so excited about everything female. He loves to dress up, he loves wearing high heels, he loves doing his hair [and] looking like the woman he’s always wanted to be.”
During his interview with Diane Sawyer, Bruce made it clear that he wants to also help and show his support for the transgender community, as the Inquisitr reported.
“I would like to work with this community to get this message out. They know a lot more than I know. I am not a spokesman for this community. I believe we can save some lives here.”
As part of that, Jenner plans to revive his motivational speaking career, reported Us Weekly.
“It was very lucrative for him in the past,” revealed a source. “And now he has a whole new audience.”
Mara Keisling, executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, discussed the benefits of having Bruce Jenner publicize what is involved in coming out as transgender.
“All of us who have struggled with coming out know what a monumental thing it is to have Bruce Jenner come out as trans. He has been trying to outrun this for around 60 years — that’s a lot of outrunning, even for a decathlon champ. It takes a lot of courage.”
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