Bruce Jenner
IN PHOTO: Bruce Jenner has reportedly momentarily ceased production on his docu-series that will chronicle his transition from a man into a woman, because of his concern over his three sons. The former athlete is said to be worried whether his sons will be able to psychological handle his sex change. IN PHOTO: Bruce Jenner arrives at the 44th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas April 5, 2009. Reuters/Steve Marcus

Bruce Jenner's hair seems to be getting longer by the day. The reality star, who is part of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," was recently seen sporting shoulder length hair as he went to a gas station in Malibu to fill up his car's gas tank. Jenner wore his hair loose and at one point was even spotted fiddling with his luscious hair. He donned a blue and white stripped t-shirt and a pair of baggy jeans.

He coupled his peculiar look, with a pair of transparent glasses. Later, the former Olympian tied his hair in a firm ponytail and covered his head with a sports cap, according to Daily Mail. Jenner has been in the news for his changing appearances. Since separating from wife Kris Jenner, the former Olympian's style has noticeably changed. He has been seen exhibiting perfectly manicured hands and a pair of diamond studs for months now. Bruce may have raised eyebrows with his feminine looks, but there is no evidence to back up the rumours that he is planning to undergo gender reassignment surgery. Earlier last year, he sparked sex change rumour after he reportedly underwent a procedure called Laryngeal Shave. However, Bruce said that he shaved down his trachea, as he "never liked it," according to the website.

Meanwhile, it has been reported that Bruce is gearing up for another reality show in which he will star along with his sons, Brody, Brandon and Brut. The show will follow "Keeping Up with the Kardashians'" format but will focus more on "boy things," according to Mirror. It will reportedly unearth Bruce's equation with his boys. The 65-year-old actor has reportedly hired a camera team to follow him and his boys around; however, E has not yet given green signal to the show, as Bruce is still under contract for his family show "KUWTK." It has also been reported that the channel is not keen on going ahead with Bruce's individual show and the latter may find it difficult to close the deal with the network. "By contract, Bruce has to take any new series to E first. But they are not interested in him. They don't think Bruce can carry his own show," a source revealed to US Weekly, as quoted by the website.

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