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Bruce Jenner Gets A TV Show To Talk About His 'Journey'

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Bruce Jenner will be getting his own TV series, and there's speculation that it might focus on him transitioning into womanhood.Lately, Jenner has been spotted out and about with longer hair, painted nails and plumped-up lips (worthy of that other Jenner), leading to speculation (and this awful magazine cover) that Jenner is undergoing some sort of gender transition.

So far neither him nor his family have said anything on the record though Kim Kardashian did hint that big changes were brewing. She told Entertainment Tonight, "I will say that I think Bruce should tell his story his way ... I think everyone goes through things in life and I think that story and what Bruce is going through, I think he'll share whenever the time is right." She did add that he seems to be the "happiest" she's seen him.

The language being used to describe his new TV show is vague. TMZ says that the docuseries, which will show on E!, is "a very personal look from Bruce's vantage point of the process of changing." It's been filmed over the last few months and will include scenes of Jenner talking openly with his family, who have been supportive (though his ex-wife Kris Jenner at one point reportedly "lost it"). So basically it sounds like a reality TV version of "Transparent."

If the rumors are true about Jenner, he would be one of the most high-profile people to undergo a transition in the public eye since Chaz Bono. Jenner has reportedly called up Chaz, the son of Jenner's one-time fling Cher and a transman, for some guidance.