Caitlyn Jenner Talks 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' Ending
The news broke earlier this month that Keeping Up with the Kardashians is coming to an end, and now Caitlyn Jenner has spoken out about it! Plus, she revealed what she thinks of Kanye West and J.K. Rowling. Find out what she said!
Caitlyn Jenner has opened up about Keeping Up with the Kardashians coming to an end! In an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight, Jenner talked about how the reality show has changed the lives of her family members.
Jenner talks about how the Kardashian family has changed
Jenner said that one major difference is how the Kardashian-Jenner family itself has grown and evolved over the course of KUWTK's run. "They all now have families…nobody had a family. Kendall and Kylie grew up on that show,” she told Entertainment Tonight Canada's Roz Weston. "All of the kids have used that platform to build other platforms, you know, in business and being entrepreneurs."
Kim Kardashian's got a line of shapewear called Skims, while Kylie Jenner has built a successful makeup brand, Kylie Cosmetics. And now that Kris Jenner is free, Caitlyn agrees with KUWTK fans that there's another show she would be great on— The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills! "I think she’d be ridiculously good," she said of Kris. "I guarantee you, Kris can mix it up with those ladies. I even had someone saying, 'Oh you should do Real Housewives.' Maybe Sophia [Hutchins] will do it. Somebody should do it!"
Jenner shares her stance on Kanye West and J.K. Rowling
Jenner also expressed her views on two public figures who have been frequently polarizing— rapper Kanye West and author J.K. Rowling. "He came into it quite late, but I just love Kanye," Jenner said when asked about West's presidential candidacy. "He’s been so good to me and everything that I’ve been through. He’s been right there beside me."
As well, Jenner weighed in on Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's controversial comments about transgender people, which have caused many to call Rowling a "transphobe" and prompted the Human Rights organization to request she return an award they gave her. "I have trouble with anybody who’s going to criticize people on a subject they know absolutely nothing about," Jenner remarked.
"She has no idea what the people in this community have gone through in their lives. Let them live their lives, you know?" she continued. "Let them live good, prosperous lives. And don’t criticize it until you’ve walked in their shoes. You have no idea what you’re talking about." Jenner celebrated her 5 year anniversary of transitioning in June. She's also openly spoken about her gender identity as a transgender woman, as well as her divorce!