Kris Jenner called her ex-husband Bruce Jenner a "hero" after his 20/20 special with Diane Sawyer, but she reportedly wasn't as open with ABC.
During the broadcast, Sawyer said that ABC reached out to all of Bruce Jenner's ex-wives and Kris told them she had no comment.
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Kris later tweeted that "no one asked [her] to comment," but an ABC source tells ET that the network made multiple requests for interviews and statements from Kris.
All of Jenner's ex-wives were the subject on Monday's The Talk.
"I think they are a good example of how we should be with family members even if we don't understand them," co-host Aisha Tyler shared on the daytime talk show.
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Kim Kardashian told Today that the family is dealing with Jenner's transition in family therapy. While she admitted that it will be a hard adjustment, she acknowledged that "We all really support him."
ET caught up with Jenner's second wife, Linda Thompson at LAX, where she told us, "I'm happy for Bruce. I thought it was amazing. It was so beautifully done. Diane Sawyer is a queen. She's elegant and smart and sensitive. It's really wonderful. I hope he's potentially saving lives."
Jenner's first wife Chrystie Scott watched the special with Bruce on Friday and she admitted that it was tough for her.
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"It broke my heart for him," she told Good Morning America. "It was sad. I think it was cathartic to watch it together. It was pretty intense."
In the interview, Bruce made the highly anticipated announcement regarding his gender identity.
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"My brain is much more female than it is male," Jenner said. "For all intents and purposes, I am a woman ... People look at me differently. They see [me] as this macho male but my heart and soul and everything that I do in life is a part of me -- that female side is part of me, it's who I am. I was not genetically born that way. As of now I have all the male parts and all that kind of stuff. In a lot of ways we're different but we still identify as female. And that's very hard for Bruce Jenner to say, because why? I don't want to disappoint people."