Bruce Jenner's decision to speak out about his transition from male to female has been met with messages of support from fans, friends, family and other celebrities.
The former Olympian, who was interviewed by Diane Sawyer in a two-hour episode of 20/20 on Friday, said he hoped that by speaking out, he would help other transgender people.
One person who knows about that journey is Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox, who last year became the first transgender person to be nominated for an Emmy.
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Fans, family members and celebrities took to Twitter on Friday to voice their support for Bruce Jenner for sharing his life-changing decision to transition from male to female in a revealing interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer on Friday.
When it comes to Bruce Jenner's six children and four Kardashian stepchildren, the former Olympian's famous family is fully supporting his life-changing decision to transition from male to female.
"When you're that close to someone, there are clues you can see," Brandon Jenner said of his father during Friday night's highly anticipated Diane Sawyer interview. "I feel like I'm getting an upgraded version of my dad, of a parent."
While Jenner's kids are standing behind the famed decathlete, he admits that opening up to them wasn't easy.
After months of speculation over whether it would actually happen, E! announced Friday that it will air a docuseries in July that chronicles Bruce Jenner's transition from male to female.
Before Jenner's interview with Diane Sawyer had finished airing on the East Coast, E! announced that it will air an eight-part series about Jenner, 65, seeking out "his new normal."
Bruce Jenner's decision to discuss his transition on national TV has inspired one 14-year-old teen who's about to launch a series of her own.
Jazz Jennings, a transgender teen girl who will star with her family this summer on TLC's All That Jazz, posted words of support for Jenner, who told Diane Sawyer in a televised interview Friday that God gave him "the soul of a female."
The couple's baby girl Wilder Frances has arrived, the couple announced via social media
As Bruce Jenner's much-anticipated interview with Diane Sawyer premiered Friday, GLAAD released a statement supporting the former Olympian.
"Today, millions of people learned that someone they know is transgender," said GLAAD President & CEO Sarah Kate Ellis. "By sharing this story, Bruce Jenner has shined a light on what it means to be transgender and live authentically in the face of unimaginable public scrutiny. Though Jenner's journey is one that is deeply personal, it is also one that will impact and inspire countless people around the world."
Kim Kardashian gets personal about her brother, Rob Kardashian, in an interview with Today's Matt Lauer airing Monday.
Growing up in Tarrytown, New York, a young Bruce Jenner felt different.