Mark Wahlberg Wants to Play Golf with Caitlyn Jenner
At the 'Entourage' premiere, the stars of the film hit the red carpet and discussed Caitlyn Jenner's 'Vanity Fair' cover.
Caitlyn Jenner made her debut on the July issue of Vanity Fair shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz.
Many celebrities shared their support on social media but on the red carpet at the Entourage premiere, Executive Producer of the film, Mark Wahlberg explained his friendship with Caitlyn.
Walhberg said, "I played golf with him in the past and I want to play golf with him again. He is a great guy and he is so courageous. It is sad he had to live in hiding for such a long time. I am very proud of him. He must feel that the weight of the world is lifted off his shoulders."
Bob Saget weighed in on seeing the Vanity Fair cover. He told INSIDE EDITION, "I went, 'Wow.' Being on the cover of Vanity Fair is a pretty cool thing. If you are doing something that is so public and you have been put through a lot of mud, and a lot of people make jokes of, it is such a tasteful picture. I always liked him and I am very happy for her."
Piers Morgan, who also has a cameo in the film, also offered support for Caitlyn. He said, "It is a shockingly stunning magazine cover. It really is. The first reaction is 'Wow.' Vanity Fair has this amazing person who used to be Bruce Jenner and is now Caitlyn Jenner at the end of his remarkable transformation, or near the end of it. I think the whole world has gone 'Wow!' Good luck to her!
Watch Below: Caitlyn Jenner's Striking New Look Compared to Cindy Crawford and Jessica Lange
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