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Kylie Jenner is plugging anti-wrinkle products

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Seventeen year-old Kylie Jenner is back in the headlines this week after it was announced that she will be the latest brand ambassador for the skincare line Nip + Fab. The Kardashians are of course no strangers to endorsement deals, so it’s a bit perplexing that they’ve taken one that seems to miss the mark a little. Nip + Fab does have an entire line of skincare products, not just anti-wrinkle, however they are widely known for their age-defying items. Jenner has been diligently promoting Nip + Fab’s via her Instagram, though her choices have some people scratching their heads. Like, for instance, when she posted this one for Nip + Fab Viper Venom Wrinkle Fix a few months ago: Kylie Jenner Instagram You would think that perhaps someone from Nip + Fab might have stepped in at some point and suggested a more age-appropriate product. Alas, as we reported last week, they’re not the only ones that seem be forgetting just how young the reality star really is. Kylie isn’t the only Jenner feeling the spotlight this week as it’s been revealed that dad, Bruce’s documentary is now on hold. The project, if completed, would follow Bruce’s transition story from a man into a woman. E! has yet to confirm that a show based on Bruce’s journey was ever in the works, however, sources at Variety discovered that the channel contacted GLAAD to consult with them on transgender issues. Bruce Jenner 1 TMZ has reported that it’s Bruce himself who is behind the show’s delay. Apparently the former Olympian has been feeling pressured by the show’s producers and is concerned for his three son’s wellbeing. All of this follows a fatal car crash in which Bruce was involved back in February. The accident left one woman dead and Bruce in a distraught mental state. While a show about Bruce’s transformation would certainly make for some compelling television, it’s clear the man needs to step off the Kardashian roller coaster for a moment and catch his breath.

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