Kris Jenner stunned in a sheer blouse that stole the spotlight from her daughter Kendall. Jenner maximized her “momager” power by choosing an outfit that bared her cleavage and put the supermodel daughter of Kris and the former Bruce (now Caitlyn) Jenner in the shadows, reported the Daily Mail.
The occasion for taking center stage was the Amazon Prime Summer Soiree. Taking place in West Hollywood’s elaborately designed Sunset Towers, the soiree gave Kris, 59, the chance to turn heads. Jenner bared her lacy black bra in a sheer top that gave new meaning to the term low-cut.
In contrast, 19-year-old Kendall looked sweetly demure in an ivory sweater and just-enough-cling frock. Kris and her daughter also took time for publicity photos with hosts Erin and Sara Foster, reported People.
Erin and Sara’s parents are David Foster and Linda Thompson, making them the ex-stepsisters of Brody Jenner, whose parents are Caitlyn Jenner and Linda.
The Jenner mom and daughter appearance followed Caitlyn’s stunning speech at the ESPY Awards, where she received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.
However, Kris did not attend the event. But Jenner apparently watched Caitlyn on TV, reported E! News.
“[Caitlyn] was amazing and very brave,” said Kris. “I think she looked beautiful.”
In addition to the momager’s at-home viewing, the 65-year-old Olympic star’s children Kylie, Kendall, Brody, Brandon, Casey, and Burt Jenner were present at the ESPYs to show their support. Jenner’s stepdaughters Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney Kardashian also were in the audience.
“I never wanted to hurt anyone else, most of all, my family and my kids. I always wanted my children to be so proud of their dad for what he was able to accomplish in his life,” said the former Bruce Jenner. “You guys have given so much back to me, you’ve given me so much support. I am so, so grateful to have all of you in my life. Thank you.”
Obviously holding back tears, Caitlyn later confessed that she almost let out her emotions during her speech.
“My family have been so supportive of what’s happening,” she praised. “My kids are great. They’re absolutely wonderful. I’m blessed to have just wonderful children.”
However, as the Inquisitr reported, there was some controversy when the ESPY Award organizers announced that they had chosen Caitlyn for the honor.
Many on social media urged ESPN to honor Lauren Hill, a basketball player who struggled with a brain tumor throughout her first year in college.
“[Jenner showed the] courage to embrace a truth that had been hidden for years, and to embark on a journey that may not only give comfort to those facing similar circumstances, but can also help to educate people on the challenges that the transgender community faces,” said ESPYs executive producer Maura Mandt of the reason for choosing Caitlyn.
But most on social media who attacked ESPN for its choice pointed out that Lauren had shown incredible courage to keep playing college basketball despite her deadly disease.
“Glad Jenner is finally able to live life on her own terms, but the Ashe award for courage? Lauren Hill deserves that.”
“While I think it’s cool @ESPN is awarding Caitlyn Jenner, there was nobody more courageous than Lauren Hill in all of sports.”
Before she died on April 10, Hill focused on fundraising for other cancer patients. She helped build a fund of more than $1.5 million before her death at age 19.
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