Kobe Bryant and family at Kids' Choice Sports

Sports stars and their children attended the star-studded 2016 Nickelodeon’s Kids’s Choice Sports Awards in Westwood, California on Thursday. Many of the parents looked odd and out of place posing for photos at a childrens’ award show without their children.

NBA All-star Kobe Bryant, 37, attended the event with his wife Vanessa Laine Bryant, and daughters Gianna Maria-Onore Bryant and Natalia Diamante Bryant. Vanessa, 34, is pregnant with the couple’s 3rd daughter.

Photos: Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com

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Derrick Rose and PJ Rose

Superstar Derrick Rose and his son, Derrick “PJ” Rose, Jr, wore matching Dolce & Gabbana Drawing Print T-Shirts to the 2016 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Sports Awards on Thursday. The designer tees are on sale now for $212.50.

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Lil Kim Royal Reign

An Instagram.com user mistook Li’l Kim‘s 2-year-old daughter, Royal Reign, for a boy due to the child’s closely cropped hairstyle.

Reality TV star Cardi B. rushed to the child’s defense and rudely got the IG user together.

I see why some of you avoid the ‘Gram. The people over there are far too ignorant and uncouth.

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unclockable

un•clock•a•ble (uhn-klok-uh-buhl) adjective
1. A complimentary word used to describe a F2M transsexual whose masculine appearance is convincing.

This young lady suffers from Gender Dysphoria, a psychological condition that causes the sufferer to reject the physical aspects of their biological sex.

Despite extensive surgery to erase her femininity, the sharp-eyed observer will note her lady hips, dainty hands, and lack of a protruding brow ridge or adam’s apple.

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Mike Pence

According to published reports, Donald Trump will choose Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate for vice president.

If Trump wins the election, Mr. Pence will be your next president in the unlikely event that Trump is unable (or unwilling) to perform his duties in the Oval Office.

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