Kris Jenner Opens Up About Bruce Dating


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Kris Jenner is the center of controversy yet again.

Last week, several media outlets began reporting about Bruce's alleged new love interest, who happens to be Kris' BFF, Ronda Kamihira.

Now, she's speaking out about the rumors but, of course, she refuses to let anyone see her sweat!

According to Yahoo! Celebrity, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star stopped by the Today show on Monday, Oct. 20 to promote her new cookbook, In the Kitchen With Kris.

However, the cookbook wasn't all she talked about. She also took time to answer questions about the topic everyone's been wondering about - Bruce's love life!

When asked how she feels about him dating, she insisted that she's perfectly fine with it!

"I just want him to be happy," Kris said. "I don't care who he goes out with and I don't know who he's dating. He doesn't like check in with me and give me a play-by-play. But it's his life and you just want the guy to be happy. He's still the father of two of my children, so we're friends."

Although she didn't touch on the topic of whether or not he's really dating her friend, she did share her opinion of the tabloids insisting he's having a sex change!

"It's silly," she said flatly. "They've been saying that since the '70s, so you'd think he'd be cooked by now… [Tabloids] just keep regurgitating the same old stuff."

Since filing for divorce on Sept. 22, the Kardashian matriarch has said several times that she and the former Olympian are still friends. So, why did she leave his name out of the dedication in her cookbook?

"I did it for the kids this time, and Bruce and I were getting a divorce. He's a great guy, but I just did it for the kids and the grandkids."

She also opened up about their divorce and her life going forward. "At some point in your life you have to make a decision to do what's right for your family and the kids," she said.

"We decided to be grown-ups and we decided we're just better apart than we are together, but we're still really good friends. So you just have to say, 'We're going to do this the way that is best for everybody' — and everybody is really comfortable with it."