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Chelsea Clinton is joined by Kim Kardashian.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Clinton shared that she has removed Kardashian’s husband Kanye West’s music from her playlist.
“I’ve had to let Kanye go because I just, I can’t. Just the way he’s treated Kim Kardashian, the way he’s talked about women is unconscionable to me,” Clinton, who is an avid runner. , said. “This was one of my favorite running tunes. And I’ve removed it from my music library.”
West and Kardashian have been involved in a high-profile divorce since February 2021. The couple has had a number of public disagreements over the past year, largely over West’s lack of interest in getting a divorce.
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While West took subtle jabs at Kardashian after their divorce first became public, things really escalated when the “Keeping up with the Kardashians” star began dating Pete Davidson after she hosted “Saturday Night Live” in October 2021. Kardashian says West left at in the middle of her monologue.
Kardashian and Davidson broke up after nine months of dating. And West has since returned to Instagram. In a since-deleted post, West shared a New York Times front page that stated “SKETE DAVIDSON DEAD AT 28.” Skete is West’s nickname for Davidson.
Chelsea has teamed up with her mother, former first lady Hillary Clinton, for an upcoming documentary, Gutsy.
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The mother-daughter duo recently spoke with Entertainment Weekly about the Apple TV+ series, which is based on the Clintons’ book, The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience, and highlights women in all fields who inspire them. .
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In the interview, Chelsea said she “admired” Kardashian’s work on legal reform.
“I have long admired Kim’s commitment to criminal justice reform,” she said.
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“I knew she had gone to law school. I knew she was doggedly committed to these issues and to the efforts of individual incarcerated people to have their sentences reduced or their sentences commuted entirely. But listening to her speak how this is such an important part. about her identity, about how she thinks about her role as a celebrity, how thoughtful she is about where her celebrity can help and where it can be harmful… It just really struck me how, not only important to her, but how important this is to her definition of who she is.”
Some of the women involved in the nine-episode series are Glennon Doyle, Dr. Jane Goodall, Mariska Hargitay, Goldie Hawn, Kate Hudson, Megan Thee Stallion, Amber Ruffin, Amy Schumer, Gloria Steinem, Wanda Sykes, Symone (Reggie Gavin), Abby. Wambach and Natalie Wynn (ContraPoints).
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The streaming service released the trailer for the series on Tuesday, and the show will debut on September 9.
“I was nervous,” the former first lady told the media. “Being in front of the camera on this series was kind of a leap of faith for me. It was out of my comfort zone. But doing it with Chelsea was a great way to come together about things we’ve been talking about since she was a little girl. I wasn’t alone, she wasn’t alone. We were in it together.”
Caroline Thayer of Fox News Digital contributed to this report.