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Wendy Williams Lashes Out At Bruce Jenner, Calls Him "Fame Whore"

Wendy Williams didn't mince words about her feelings about Bruce Jenner's transition. In a segment taped in the lead up Jenner's Diane Sawyer interview, the talk show host called the former Olympian a bad father, a fraud and a fame whore.

Flashing a photo of Jenner in a dress, Williams suggest the supposed paparazzi pic was actually leaked by the Jenner camp to drum up interest in his interview. (Was it? Who knows.)

Characterizing Kylie and Kendall Jenner as wild-child celebriteens, Williams admonished, "he's got bigger fish to fry than turning into Belinda!"

She then insisted he should have sorted out his gender identity before getting married and having any children.

"He shoulda thought about that before he had all those kids. He's got kids to explain that to!"

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Posted by Joel (Joelapussy Remix) Garcia on Saturday, April 25, 2015

Would Williams say that divorced people, like herself? That they should have known they were going to fall out of love before they got married?!

We're not gonna say we've never gossiped about celebrities, or even judged how they live their lives. Gwyneth Paltrow is an Oscar winning actress with a fabulous life—she really doesn't care if someone calls her insufferable.

But to go after someone who is in pain, who is going through a massive life change, and tell them how they should've lived their whole lives? And to do it on national television?

That's beneath contempt.

— Ig NateCollins (@ItsNateCollins) April 25, 2015