Kendall Jenner is going makeup free, together with her younger sister Kylie Jenner. The youngest daughters of Kris and Bruce Jenner dared to go bare amid discussions with their father about his transition from man to woman, reported Celebuzz.
An aspiring supermodel, Kendall skipped the foundation and slipped into stiletto shoes to take in the excitement at the Cannes Film Festival. It was all for fun after the deep, sometimes tearful discussions that she had with Bruce as shown on the specials Keeping Up With The Kardashians: About Bruce.
Joined by Khloe, Kim, and Kourtney Kardashian, the Jenner sisters met with Bruce to try to understand the extent of his plans and his schedule for transitioning, reported the New York Daily News.
Keeping up With the Kardashians: About Bruce special showed Jenner meeting with his family in two parts. The first episode focused on their shock and, in some cases, tears when they learned the news.
During the second episode, however, Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall, and Kylie learned more about what Bruce planned with regard to surgery.
“I think (living as a man) would be hard after you do enough (cosmetic surgery),” revealed Bruce. “It’s gets harder and harder to do the other side.”
As for gender reassignment surgery, Bruce hedged on giving a precise answer.
“Oh, the little thing down there? That’s kind of the last thing you can do. You can do an awful lot before that,” said Jenner.
As the Inquisitr reported, Bruce Jenner also revealed some surprises during the special, including when he first realized that something was wrong with his gender identity to the fact that he felt that the Olympics were a distraction rather than a celebration.
And although the family has often joked about his ponytail on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Jenner revealed the anguish that he had been hiding when he got his hair cut in the past to conform to stereotypical gender requirements.
“The worst days of my life are the days I have to get my hair cut. I want my hair to be longer, but society says I’ve got to cut my hair because I’m a guy. Does it look better on Bruce? Yes. But it doesn’t look better on my soul.”
One question that has been unanswered even as more details emerge on the planned docu-series showing Bruce Jenner’s transition is how much the Olympic winner will profit, reported Radar Online.
The first season will pay out $5 million for Bruce.
“The show is going into unchartered waters, and E! has been working with GLAAD to make sure it’s done with integrity,” said an insider. “There is a lot riding on this series for Bruce, and the network. If it’s a hit, there will be a huge financial windfall for Bruce.”
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