Caitlyn Jenner’s 34-year old son may not be as rich or as famous as her step-kids, but Brandon Jenner is still doing just fine.

He’s the more conservative of the clan and isn’t on reality TV nearly as often as his step-siblings or even his younger brother, Brody. Yes, he’s been seen on KUWTK and was once a “star” of the reality show, The Princes of Malibu (did anyone actually watch this show?), but generally, Brandon’s not much into the reality thing. But how does he make his dough? Here’s the scoop…

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The Richest considers Brandon to be an actor, TV personality, and a singer. He is ½ of the indie musical group Brandon and Leah—Leah Felder-Jenner doubling as his wife in holy matrimony. Celebrity Net Worth calls Jenner a music producer as well as a musician. Certainly he makes a good living making music with the Mrs.

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Let’s remember the Jenner-Kardashians bring in the big bucks from their reality show. Brandon can take home thousands just for appearing for a few measly minutes per episode. Considering most would pay to hang around with the Kardashian sisters, getting paid anything at all is pretty sweet.

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Let’s hope Brandon and Leah continue on making great music and Brandon can rely on his passion for his paychecks. That’s music to our ears!

Brandon Jenner is nowhere near in the same league as his famous siblings, he's worth $1 million according to Celebrity Net Worth. Hey Kimmie, can you spare a buck?

 

 

Following on from Bruce Jenner's hugely successful interview with Diane Sawyer, E! has announced a new reality TV series, to air this summer, documenting the 65-year-old's continuing transition.

However, according to TMZ, renown publicity whore Jenner's concerned stepdaughter, Kim Kardashian, along with his sons Burt, Brandon and Brody Jenner don't want him to do the show!

They are apparently warning the former Olympian to slow down on revealing too much of his journey via reality TV (yep, that's an irony klaxon you can hear chiming).

The consensus is that a docu-series could derail and "declass" the positive progress Jenner's accomplished so far. According to TMZ, the kids have also urged Bruce not to do any other interviews, and to finish the rest of his gender transition in private.

Kim Kardashian? Advising against a reality show? Urging privacy? Seriously? Has hell frozen over?!!

All we can presume is that KK hasn't got any kind of producer credit on the show and therefore there won't be any $$ in it for her. The Kardashian Klan has literally sold their entire lives to the Gods of reality and good luck to them if that's what they want. But to start advising Bruce to dial it down now is completely disingenuous.

Thankfully however, Bruce's mind is already made up.

According to TMZ, Jenner believes the show will help educate millions of people about what it means to transition and judging by the outpouring of support on social media following Friday's ABC20/20 sit down, this is a story that people are connecting with and want to hear more of.

 

ABC News has released a trailer of the much anticipated sit-down interview between Bruce Jenner and Diane Sawyer.

"My whole life has been getting me ready for this," Bruce, 65, tells Sawyer in the clip.

Meanwhile, as Jenner continues with his gender transition, he is said to be distancing himself from the Kardashian Klan.

US Weekly reports that he is limiting his interactions with the family.  A source claims;

Besides Khloe, the Kardashians were not on board with his [male-to-female] transition.

His boys, Brody and Brandon stuck by him, but Bruce feels like Kris and her girls only support him publicly to make themselves look good.

Well you don't exactly need female intuition to work that out!

Seriously though, Jenner deserves (another) gold medal for the bravery that it must take to go through this in THAT family and in such a public way.

Bruce Jenner: The Interview airs Friday April 24 on ABC.