Vanity Fair landed the coveted first interview and photo spread.
Following the tell-all interview, where Bruce Jenner announced his transition, the former Olympian is reportedly set to do her first cover shoot as a woman. The photos will grace the cover of Vanity Fair and be included in a full spread, along with an interview.
Bruce Jenner will give his first intervew "as a woman" to Vanity Fair.
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It will be the former Olympian’s first photoshoot since his ’20/20’ special in April.
Bruce Jenner will reportedly soon be gracing the cover of Vanity Fair, in what will be his first photoshoot since revealing in April that he is transitioning. According to People magazine the photos will be shot by legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz with the issue expected to hit newsstands sometime in the summer.
Bruce Jenner will soon be a Vanity Fair cover star.
The 65-year-old former Olympian, who calls his female identity “Her” (but still prefers the press to use male pronouns), will appear as a woman in the pictorial, sources have told People. The photoshoot will run alongside an in-depth interview with the reality star.
'Wolverine' star Hugh Jackman arrived with his wife Deborah Furness at the funeral service of fashion giant Oscar de la Renta held at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola in Manhattan, New York. The designer passed away in his home in October 2014 at the age of 82 after suffering from cancer.
Miley Cyrus's Wrecking Ball video is the latest example of the singer's bizarre change of image.
Miley Cyrus's 'Wrecking Ball' music video, in which she swings sexually in the nude from a giant...wrecking ball...has been dubbed her 'raciest' and most adult work yet. It's no surprise that it's come from the mind of Terry Richardson, a photographer known for his nude shots of Lady Gaga and Kate Upton.
Cyrus is the latest in a long list of celebrities who have bared all for the sake of Richardson's art - though Miley has a problem with this doesn't she? She certainly did four years ago when she slammed Annie Leibovitz - easily one of the greatest photographers of all time - for her artistic shots of her for Vanity Fair magazine.
Still in the Hannah Montana stage of her career, Miley was photographed sat up in a bed with only a white sheet draped around her. It wasn't the most revealing shoot of all time and actually looked rather artistic - far more than Wrecking Ball - though Cyrus was outraged.
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Arrivals at the Annie Leibovitz/Macallen event in New York included the portrait photographer herself (Annie) alongside 'Grey's Anatomy' star Kevin McKidd, former WWE wrestler Stacy Keibler, Gym Class Heroes rapper Travie McCoy, 'Mad Men' stars and offscreen couple Vincent Kartheiser and Alexis Bledel, TV and Off Broadway actress Alysia Reiner with her actor husband David Alan Basche and TV pastry chef Johnny Iuzzini.