Bruce Jenner NOT Coming Out As Woman On Vogue Cover, Despite Claim
Bruce Jenner is NOT planning to come out as a woman on the cover of Vogue, despite a made-up and offensive story from the fabrication factory known as HollywoodLife. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust the claim, and reveal new details about Jenner’s actual transition plans.
According to HollywoodLife, “Bruce has always wanted to be a ‘fierce supermodel’ and wants to be on the cover of Vogue which he thinks ‘would be the perfect platform’ for him to reveal his new self.” The webloid quotes a so-called “insider” as claiming Jenner has dreamed of being in Vogue since he was a teen, and alleging he already has an idea about how Vogue should handle “big reveal as a woman.” “He’s always envisioned himself being on an exotic beach posing for the cameras and looking glamorous as Madonna’s ‘Vogue’ songs plays,” says the made-up HollywoodLife source.
Putting aside HollywoodLife’s transparent and offensive attempt at gay stereotyping, its allegations are 100 percent WRONG. Jenner is NOT seeking to make his post-transition debut on a Vogue cover, and one source close to the situation even mocked HollywoodLife’s claim when Gossip Cop inquired about it.
Furthermore, Gossip Cop has exclusively learned that while Jenner’s announcement will not be made through Vogue, it will be “monumental.” We’re further told Jenner’s reveal will “save many lives and educate the world with compassion, understanding and humor.” When it happens, you can count on Gossip Cop to have the accurate details, not HollywoodLife.