Jazz Jennings and her family will
appear in an upcoming TLC reality series titled All That Jazz.
According to The
Hollywood Reporter, the 11-episode series will feature Jazz,
a 14-year-old transgender activist, as she juggles high school,
dating and personal appearances. Also set to appear on the program
are Jazz's parents Greg and Jeanette, siblings Ari, Griffen, Sander,
and her maternal grandparents Jack and Jacky.
“Jazz's story is universal, yet
unique, and we're proud to partner wit her family to share it with
TLC's audience,” said Nancy Daniels, general manager at TLC. “Jazz
may be known as an author and activist, but she's first and foremost
a teenage girl with a big, brave heart, living a remarkable life.”
Also this week, Jazz was named the new
spokesperson for Clean & Clear. She'll appear in the company's
new #SeeTheRealMe campaign.
“The brand approached me and told me
about the campaign,” Jazz explained to PopSugar.com.
“The See the Real Me campaign is so great at helping girls find
the courage to open up to their peers and be themselves, and I could
really relate to that. I knew doing this campaign would help a lot
of teens who are struggling like I did.”