It's pretty clear he's referencing Meek, but just in case you don't believe us...
Ch-ch-check out the shady moment and decide for yourself (below)!!!
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Caitlyn Jenner is about to become the new queen of reality TV.
Her E! series, I Am Cait, will debut next month — documenting her life after she has revealed herself as a transgender woman. She's reportedly going to make $5 million off the show which definitely isn't too shabby for her first solo gig!
We caught up with Lisa Vanderpump recently at PUMP restaurant for Lea Black's Red Carpets & White Lies book party and she had some sound advice for Caitlyn. And Lisa definitely knows a thing about reality TV shows — she's currently the star of two (The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills AND Vanderpump Rules).
She's also a longtime supporter of LGBT rights and awareness and offered these words to Cait:
Everyone either loves or hates (or loves to hate) the Kardashians, and celebs are no exception!
"I sadly am very much interested in the Kardashian-Jenner thing. That's a guilty pleasure for sure."
But Jen isn't the only one!
Ch-ch-check out these other stars who have confessed their obsession with the famous family!
Laverne Cox looks gorgeous, doesn't she?
The actress posed as Lady Liberty for the cover of the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, embodying the icon that she truly is.
Inside the pages, though, the Orange Is the New Black star applauded Caitlyn Jenner's public reveal, all while remaining thankful that she was able to make her own transition behind closed doors, saying:
Caitlyn Jenner knows how to play hardball!
It was reported that even though the reality star spent about $4 million on her transition, she'll end up making PROFIT thanks to a lucrative check from E! for her docu-series!
According to inside sources at Radar, the former Olympian was paid $5 million for her upcoming show I am Cait – the most E! has ever paid for a solo reality show!
Wow! We're sure even Kris Jenner is impressed with that cash flow! The insider said:
Caitlyn Jenner is already working to help the transgender community.
The reality star took a trip Tuesday to the Los Angeles LGBT Center's Youth Center, where she met with young transgender individuals to talk about their experiences.
Sources say the 65-year-old was really focused on the kids:
"It was a small group. They talked to Caitlyn about their experiences, what they were going through and how the Center is helping them."
This isn't the group's first celebrity visit, either. They also met Miley Cyrus back in January when she stopped by to talk about HIV/Aids prevention.
The insider says they were thrilled to see the former Olympian:
He called in to The Dan Patrick Show to explain why he's criticizing the sports network's choice, saying:
"It's a tabloid play. In the broad world of sports, I'm pretty sure they could've found — and this is not anything against Caitlyn Jenner — I'm pretty sure they could've found someone who is much closer to [being] actively involved in sports who would've been deserving of what that award represents."
The broadcaster accused ESPN of making a "crass exploitation play," but didn't intend any disrespect to Caitlyn.
In fact, he commended her bravery. He just feels the award should go to someone who's more recently active in the sports world, explaining:
"That's not to say that it doesn't take some measure of personal courage to do what Caitlyn Jenner has done, but I think every year we look across the landscape of sports and we find prominent people and kids in high school and amateur athletes who I think more closely fit the description of what they're looking for — or should be looking for there."
Bob may not think Caitlyn was the right pick for the trophy, but he's still very happy for her, that she's finally able to live her life the way she wants:
"Bruce Jenner, who I did not know well, I always had a cordial and pleasant relationship with. I wish Caitlyn Jenner well, and anyone — even if most of us do not fully understand it — anyone seeking to find the identity they're comfortable with and to live the happiest possible life without intentionally hurting anyone else…I think we're moving toward a more tolerant society, and that's all for the good, and I wish Caitlyn all the happiness in the world and all the peace of mind in the world."
What do U think? Was Caitlyn the best choice for the award?
Or is ESPN just pandering for ratings?
SOUND OFF in the comments!
This is so sweet.
Obviously Caitlyn Jenner is very happy with all of the results from her plastic surgeries, but she's very satisfied with one in particular: the facial feminization procedure done by Dr. Harrison Lee.
So much so, the 65-year-old personally thanked her plastic surgeon with a signed copy of her Vanity Fair issue.
The parental figure to 10 wrote on the copy:
"To Harrison, Great Job Thank you so much Caitlyn Jenner"
Even Dr. Lee's assistant went on to praise her boss' work on Caitlyn by sharing the sweet snap (above) on Instagram and writing:
"So impressed by my boss Dr Harrison Lee's phenomenal work and being part of Caitlyn's transformation.
#caitlynjenner #drharrisonlee #vanityfair#transgender #realself #loveit ❤️"
In a separate interview, the plastic surgeon tried to not toot his own horn, but spoke about the aftermath of the surgery and said: