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What To Watch This Week On TV: 'Keeping Up With' Bruce Jenner; 'Modern Family' Finale


A graduation is at the center of season six’s finale of Modern Family, Wednesday at 9 p.m. Eastern on ABC. Within the typical Pritchett-Tucker-Dunphy family chaos, Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) tries to conceal his recent unemployment from his husband Cam (Eric Stonestreet).

Things heat up on Game of Thrones and Cucumber, plus more TV this, AFTER THE JUMP ...

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Kris Jenner Tearfully Breaks Her Silence on Ex-Husband Bruce Jenner's Transition: VIDEO

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Kris Jenner will open up about her ex-husband Bruce Jenner's transition in an upcoming E! special "Keeping Up With The Kardashians: About Bruce," TODAY reports.

"I have these memories of this life," Kris tearfully says in a teaser clip. "And I feel sometimes like it didn't exist."

The two were married from 1991-2015. Here's what Kris tweeted after Jenner came out as a woman in the Diane Sawyer interview:

The two part special airs May 17 and 18 at 9 p.m. ET

Watch TODAY's exclusive first look, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Bette Midler Sings Kim Kardashian's Tweets: VIDEO


The Divine Ms. M stopped by Jimmy Kimmel last night and lent her musical skills to one of Kimmel's Twitter sketches where famous vocalists sing tweets of celebrities known for what we might call amusing social commentary. Middler was the obvious choice to sing the tweets of Kim Kardashian because, after all, she has a chicken named Kim Kardashian.

Watch Bette bust out a tune to Kim's deep tweets, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Kim Kardashian Meets Larry Kramer: PHOTO


At tonight's 19th annual ACRIA Holiday Dinner in New York City, activist, playwright, and author Larry Kramer and photographer Bruce Weber were honored for their commitments to the fight against AIDS.

Judith Light presented the award to Kramer. Kim Kardashian presented the award to Weber.

ACRIA (The AIDS Community Research Initiative of America) was founded in 1991 to provide community based clinical drug trials for people living with AIDS.

photo: Vincent Gagliostro for Towleroad.

Teen Becomes Instagram Sensation Cross-Dressing As Celebrities - PHOTOS


Seventeen-year-old Liam Martin (aka waverider_) has amassed over 1,559,656 Instagram followers over the last eight months and has appeared on the Today show and ABC News websites by posting low-fi recreations of celebrity photographs.

He has mimicked Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian and even Effie Trinket from The Hunger Games. Some of the celebrities have followed and complimented his work, and he uses his platform to discourage cyberbullying and encourage people to be more creative.

Yahoo shares more about the young mimic:

Make no mistake, a lot of time, energy — and money! — goes into each one of Martin's photos. He posts a new picture pretty much weekly and it takes that much time to execute his vision as far as coming up with a subject and buying the supplies. The teen estimates that he spends about $45 on props for each shoot, which take place at his family home "against one wall we use all the time."

The hardest one to recreate so far? "The Katy Perry photo from her 'Dark Horse' music video. It took me three hours" to get just right. The headpiece was made out of "M&Ms and string," he reveals. The shirt? It featured hand-cut pieces of paper attached to the nude-colored top. Fortunately, all his hard work paid off — the photo has 439,000 likes

"My mom and my nana were helping me with that one and it took hours," Martin recalls, adding that he often leans on them for assistance. "Most of the time my mom helps me get dressed up and she'll take the photo for me. If my [extended] family is over, my nana and my pops — my grandpa — will help me. The whole family loves it too. It's now become normal for them."

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Kim Kardashian: ‘Boycotting The Beverly Hills Hotel Won’t Affect the Sultan of Brunei'


Kim Kardashian took to her blog today to speak out on the boycott of The Beverly Hills Hotel aimed at its owner the Sultan of Brunei. The boycott began in the wake of the Sultan’s implementation of sharia law in the Southeast Asian nation late April. Under the law individuals can be stoned to death if proven to have committed homosexual acts. Celebrities such as Ellen DeGeneres, Richard Branson and Jay Leno have been vocal in their support of the boycott. And while Kim originally supported the boycott, pulling her bridal shower from the famed LA destination, she now believes that it is not the best way forward: 

For a sultan that has 20 billion dollars, this loss of business doesn’t even make a dent in his fortunes. But the hotel staff are being negatively affected every day with the boycott that has gone on for weeks now… We shouldn’t punish the amazing hard-working people who have been so good to us for years! …There must be other ways to express our views without punishing the workers, some who I know personally have families at home and depend on the city’s business and tips to survive…I support Rose McGowan and Russell Crowe’s takes on this matter. The unjust treatment and violation of rights of the LGBT community around the world is never justified and I will continue to proudly support the LGBT community in every way imaginable. I do believe though that instead of this boycott, there has to be another solution. I’m glad to hear that industry executives like Jeffrey Katzenberg and Casey Wasserman are reaching out to leaders of the hotel chain to discuss a way to potentially end the protest.

You can read Kim’s blog post in its entirety HERE

UPDATE: The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has pointed out that The Beverly Hills Hotel leadership promised to guarantee the jobs, incomes and gratuities of its employees following the uproar over the Sultan of Brunei's draconian laws. In an op-ed in The Hollywood Reporter this month, HRC Vice President Jeff Krehely said the sultan was turning his employees into 'human shields':

Dorchester [Collection -- the hotel group that runs The Beverly Hills Hotel] has said that its employees are the “victims” of these [protests] and that only they would feel the financial impact of Americans taking business elsewhere. Now the company has begun to parade employees -- some of whom would be subjected to the laws in Brunei -- and their stories into the media and online.

The ploy comes despite assurances that the company has guaranteed the jobs, income, gratuities and benefits of all of its employees during the controversy. This stands in stark contrast to its claim that actions against the sultan’s hotels will result in a big income loss for its staff. Its leadership is talking out of both sides of their mouths. Given the guarantees, how will its staff actually be impacted?

We urge Hollywood to see past this smokescreen. With $20 billion in the bank, the sultan can afford to support his employees. But what his company cannot afford to do -- if it wishes to fix its badly damaged reputation -- is continue to shamefully use its employees in a deceptive effort to shield the sultan from criticism.


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