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For her first television talk show appearance since transitioning, Caitlyn Jenner gets candid about how her new life has impacted her conservative views – and when she'll be ready to jump back into the dating pool.

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It's a Boy! Eric and Jessie James Decker Welcome a Son

Originally posted 09/04/2015 03:05 PM

It's a Boy! Eric and Jessie James Decker Welcome a Son

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It's the second child for the football player and country star

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Inside CaCee Cobb's Boho Chic Nursery: 'I Didn't Want the Stereotypical Pink'

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"I really had no vision other than I didn't want a pink room," Cobb says of daughter Wilder's nursery

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Caitlyn Jenner Will Hit the Golf Course with Matt Lauer After Asking to Be Registered as 'Bruce' on I Am Cait

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Caitlyn Jenner will return to the links, a longtime place of comfort for the former Olympian, for a special interview with Today's Matt Lauer next week.

The 65-year-old will hit the golf course with Lauer to discuss her "new life since transition," according NBC.

The interview, which airs in two parts on Wednesday and Thursday, will touch on a variety of topics, including ESPYs criticism, Jenner's Malibu car crash and her dating life.

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Miley Cyrus delivered a show for every sense imaginable when she hit the MTV VMAs stage to belt out "Dooo It!" on Sunday.

The high-octane performance was an orchestrated surprise that Cyrus and her dancers – a group of drag queens and trans activists – spent a week perfecting.

Fans of RuPaul's Drag Race may have recognized Shangela, aka D.J. Pierce, on Cyrus' left side throughout the number. In the midst of the excitement, she captured the group's experience in her YouTube series Living with Shangela. Keep reading for the behind-the-scenes video and what she told PEOPLE about Cyrus' wild night.

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I Am Cait Recap: Caitlyn Jenner Isn't Ready to 'Expose' Herself in a Swimsuit

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