Shout out to El Paso, y'all!
A street in the east side neighborhood of the west Texas town has been known as Bruce Jenner Lane since 1983, but now residents are taking it upon themselves to change all that!
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Thanks to some locals who were ready for change, Caitlyn Jenner's name has finally been acknowledged:
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!
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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!
Jennifer Aniston recently opened up to People about how she not-so-secretly watches their reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, admitting:
"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!
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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.
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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: