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Bruce Jenner Will Debut 'Her' with Vanity Fair Cover Spread

Bruce Jenner Will Debut 'Her' with Vanity Fair Cover Spread

Bruce Jenner has reportedly nabbed the cover of Vanity Fair, which will be his first print photo shoot and interview since revealing his big transition news.

The 65-year-old former Olympian will be photographed by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz, according to People. This will be his first time appearing publicly as a woman.

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If you weren’t aware, Annie has been famous for photographing Michael Jackson, George Clooney, Johnny Depp, and Lady Gaga.

It is rumored that Bruce‘s magazine cover will hit newsstands sometime this summer, around the same time that Bruce promotes his eight-part docuseries on E!.

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  • Ginza

    Why is everyone paying so much attention to this idiot? The guy killed a woman with his car, showed zero remorse, then went on to be caught speeding and then texting and driving a couple days later. He’s a gross attention whore just like the rest of his gross family. Don’t care if he turns himself into a cereal box, he’s still a huge loser.

  • devvv

    I’m soooo sick of this family. Congrats to him for finally transitioning and living his life how he wants, but I have zero respect for him or his group of sucked and tucked daughters who use everything as a a chance for press and money. You can’t demand privacy during your transition, while filming 2 hour interviews, a docu-series, and posing on magazine covers. Not to mention the daily tweets about how proud/supportive his slew of kids are. Seriously…when is enough, enough?

  • Curt Noydb

    If you ever read Ray Bradbury’s “The Borings” you would see a direct correlation between the fictitious characters in his short story and the phoney Kartrashians

  • KristinRBentley

    ☞☞☞ $83 /hour @mi14//