The two men ousted from the Kardashian family — Bruce Jenner and Lamar Odom — are banding together, and Jenner is apparently offering advice on divorce and surviving the media ruckus to the former NBA star.
A source told Hollywood Life that Odom and Jenner spent an hour
on the telephone chatting about the Kardashian family, and that Jenner told Odom not to watch the family’s TV show.
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“He told Lamar to forget about everything that happened in 2013 and not drag all the drama, defeats and embarrassments with him,” the source told Hollywood Life. “Bruce told him, ‘It will eat you alive and ruin any progress if you stay in the past.’ He also told Lamar to stay off the websites and turn the TV off and not listen to gossip about him. He basically gave Lamar a lot of advice and mental support.”
Odom, who's in the process of divorcing from Khloe Kardashian, is apparently worried his soon-to-be-ex will share secrets on the show this season, including info about his alleged drug use and cheating, Hollywood Life said.
Khloe Kardashian asked for a divorce after all sorts of allegations about Odom’s behavior popped up at the end of last year. Odom’s challenges with drugs have been bandied around the media, and the Daily Mail said Khloe Kardashian is in touch with her estranged husband to help keep him straight.
Jenner and his wife, Kris Jenner, haven’t filed for divorce but are living apart.
“He seems like he is doing great,” Brody Jenner, Bruce Jenner’s son, told the New York Daily News
. “Seems like better than ever ... growing his hair out, and he has a ponytail.”
In a candid interview, Brody Jenner also said his dad’s hair length may be tied to ribbing the Kardashian women.
“One of the girls will make fun of his hair or say something about his hair, and he’ll grow it longer just because they’re saying that,” Brody Jenner told the Daily News.
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